We continue our series of EVALUATE workshop reports with an article by Sergio Tirado Herrero describing a recent stakeholder event in Budapest.
EVALUATE fieldwork in Hungary – an update
The EVALUATE team has been undertaking extensive fieldwork activities across Eastern and Central Europe over the past few months. In the first of four updates on this process, we report on the context and nature of our work in Hungary.
Two new EVALUATE working papers published
The last week has seen the publication of two working papers containing some of the latest results of research undertaken … More
EVALUATE workshop report – Energy vulnerability in Europe
The Vulnerable Consumer Working Group (VCWG) of the European Commission hosted a workshop on ‘Energy vulnerability in Europe’ on the … More
CURE co-hosts an Urban Forum on fuel poverty and urban health
On the 4th of February CURE hosted a cities@manchester Urban Forum on ‘Austerity, Warmth, and Well-being: Connecting Fuel Poverty and Urban Health’ … More
Energy poverty in Lithuania: diagnosis (part 2)
In her second blog post, Nora Mzavanadze provides a critical analysis of the current status of residential energy efficiency renovation … More
Energy poverty in Lithuania: symptoms (part 1)
In her first post for this blog, Nora Mzavanadze, PhD candidate of Central European University (CEU) and independent consultant for … More
Energy poverty discussed at the annual conference of the European Renewable Energy Council – EREC2013
Research associate Sergio Tirado Herrero participated in EREC2013 in Brussels last week, where he discussed energy poverty in a session about heating and cooling market action. Here is his account of some relevant aspects of the discussions that took place in the conference.
France: new approaches towards tackling urban fuel poverty
In our latest guest post, Ute Dubois (ISG International Business School, Paris) discusses the relevance of the rural-urban divide for … More
Rapidly growing informal settlements could be the key to sustainable urban energy system transformation
In our latest guest post, Mukesh Gupta discusses the relevance of an often overlooked aspect of global urbanisation processes – … More