We continue our series of EVALUATE workshop reports with an article by Sergio Tirado Herrero describing a recent stakeholder event in Budapest.
Tag: Energy poverty
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.
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 project issues its first policy brief
The EVALUATE project has published a policy brief directed at decision-makers across Europe. The brief focuses on energy prices and general poverty trends in the European Union. It is being issued to coincide with the commencement of EU Sustainable Energy Week and the ManagEnergy Annual Conference, where our team is represented Stefan Bouzarovski at a plenary panel discussion.
Call for participants: Workshop on ‘Energy, austerity, informality: Exploring the everyday politics of urban infrastructure’
The Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy at the University of Manchester is organising a one-day workshop on ‘Energy, austerity, informality: … 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
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
Energy use in Thailand: Impressions
I recently spent a few weeks travelling around Thailand, a journey that included the visit to the country’s two main … More
Introducing … “Fuel poverty measurement in Europe: a pilot study”
Our latest guest post focuses on a new project funded by the Eaga Charitable Trust, and co-ordinated by Harriet Thomson and … More