Author Archives: curemanchester

Conference: Understanding and addressing energy poverty in Europe, 6-7 March 2018, Athens

Join us for an innovative conference in Athens, organised by the new ENGAGER network

Conference: Understanding and addressing energy poverty in Europe, 6-7 March 2018, Athens

Join us for an innovative conference in Athens, organised by the new ENGAGER network

ENGAGER network issues call for Visiting Fellowships

Read more about a new international exchange opportunity from a recently-launched network of scientists and practitioners

ENGAGER network issues call for Visiting Fellowships

Read more about a new international exchange opportunity from a recently-launched network of scientists and practitioners

EVALUATE team to host new European Energy Poverty Observatory

A new information hub led by EVALUATE project researchers extends the reach and impact of existing research

EVALUATE team to host new European Energy Poverty Observatory

A new information hub led by EVALUATE project researchers extends the reach and impact of existing research

Public seminar: Connecting national energy transitions with changes in urban energy systems

Professor Aleh Cherp from the Central European University (Hungary) and University of Lund (Sweden) is due to give a public seminar at CURE on the 1st of December.

Public seminar: Connecting national energy transitions with changes in urban energy systems

Professor Aleh Cherp from the Central European University (Hungary) and University of Lund (Sweden) is due to give a public seminar at CURE on the 1st of December.

New book: Retrofitting the City

Alastair Moore reviews Stefan Bouzarovski’s new monograph.

New book: Retrofitting the City

Alastair Moore reviews Stefan Bouzarovski’s new monograph.

EVALUATE project issues new policy brief

A new policy brief is now available on the website of the EVALUATE project. The brief reports on some of the latest project results, focusing in particular on the principal findings from the large-scale household survey on energy vulnerability and fuel

EVALUATE project issues new policy brief

A new policy brief is now available on the website of the EVALUATE project. The brief reports on some of the latest project results, focusing in particular on the principal findings from the large-scale household survey on energy vulnerability and fuel

Neil Simcock joins the EVALUATE team to focus on the lived experiences of fuel poverty

A new addition to the EVALUATE project team is Neil Simcock, who is joining as a research associate over the next two years to undertake qualitative research with vulnerable households in the case study areas. In his first blog article, Neil discusses

Neil Simcock joins the EVALUATE team to focus on the lived experiences of fuel poverty

A new addition to the EVALUATE project team is Neil Simcock, who is joining as a research associate over the next two years to undertake qualitative research with vulnerable households in the case study areas. In his first blog article, Neil discusses

Energy poverty in Macedonia – workshop report

We conclude our series of reports on the EVALUATE stakeholder workshops with an article on the most recent workshop in Skopje.

Energy poverty in Macedonia – workshop report

We conclude our series of reports on the EVALUATE stakeholder workshops with an article on the most recent workshop in Skopje.

Engaging Polish audiences with EVALUATE research in Gdansk

We continue our reports from recent stakeholder workshops held in the EVALUATE case study countries.

Engaging Polish audiences with EVALUATE research in Gdansk

We continue our reports from recent stakeholder workshops held in the EVALUATE case study countries.

New open access paper on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability

A global perspective on domestic energy deprivation: Overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary’, by Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova.

New open access paper on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability

A global perspective on domestic energy deprivation: Overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary’, by Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova.