Exciting findings on the energy poverty-gender nexus, emerging from the EVALUATE project, have recently been presented.
An update on the energy poverty situation in Lithuania
Lithuanian Responsible Business Association hosted probably the first seminar on energy poverty in Lithuania. CURE’s Nora Mzavanadze reports
Energy poverty spring tour
Over the past few months EVALUATE work has been presented at a number of international conferences, as Harriet Thomson reports.
PhD studentship now available: New cityscapes of micro-energy storage
We are pleased to announce this unique opportunity to work on a fully-funded trans-discplinary research project at the University of Manchester.
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
Addressing digital futures and the social impacts of energy efficient buildings
Nora Mzavanadze reflects on a half-day seminar organized by RMIT Europe in Barcelona, Spain on November 28th, 2016.
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.
Short report on the 1st Catalan Congress on Energy Poverty
Harriet Thomson reports back on the 1st Catalan Congress on Energy Poverty, which she participated in last week in Sabadell.
Reflecting on a busy September for EVALUATE
The EVALUATE team had a jam-packed event schedule in September, which Harriet Thomson reports back on.
Energy poverty policy sessions in Brussels
Harriet Thomson reports back on two high-level energy poverty events she took part in recently in Brussels.