Harriet Thomson, Cait Robinson and Neil Simcock contributed to the University of Manchester’s ‘On Energy’ publication
A new EVALUATE policy brief on the lived experienced of energy poverty is now available.
CURE members convened two sessions and gave three presentations on energy vulnerability at the 2017 RGS-IBG conference.
A new EVALUATE paper explores the complex spatial dimensions of energy justice, poverty and vulnerability.
Exciting findings on the energy poverty-gender nexus, emerging from the EVALUATE project, have recently been presented.
A new update and reflections on EVALUATE’s latest qualitative fieldwork.
Neil Simcock recently attended a workshop focussed on the development of a fuel poverty strategy for Greater Manchester.
Neil Simcock describes a panel discussion about energy poverty that took place in Krakow, Poland.
CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.
Neil Simcock provides an update and reflections on EVALUATE’s qualitative fieldwork.