CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.
We continue our reports from recent stakeholder workshops held in the EVALUATE case study countries.
We continue our series of EVALUATE workshop reports with an article by Sergio Tirado Herrero describing a recent stakeholder event in Budapest.
Saska Petrova reports on a recent EVALUATE project event held in Prague.
A global perspective on domestic energy deprivation: Overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary’, by Stefan Bouzarovski and Saska Petrova.
There is an exciting vacancy on our project team … and some of the first results from a year-long round of 170 interviews across 6 countries are now available.
The last week has seen the publication of two working papers containing some of the latest results of research undertaken within the EVALUATE project. The first paper is titled ‘From fuel poverty to energy vulnerability: the importance of services, needs and practices’ and is now listed in the University of Sussex SPRU Working Paper series.Continue reading “Two new EVALUATE working papers published”
Craig Thomas summarises the discussions that took place during a event organised by the Centre for Urban Resilience and Energy at the University of Manchester.
The relationship between domestic energy vulnerability and economic austerity in Greece is discussed in a new policy document issued by a recently completed research project.
The EVALUATE project team has recently expanded to include Tomas Maltby – an energy politics researcher in at the University of Manchester, whose work focuses on EU energy security policy, EU agenda-setting and new member states, EU-Russia energy relations and renewable energy policy.