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 Dr Carolyn Snell at the University of York. Until April 2014, they will conduct a collaborative study of fuel poverty measurement in Europe by developing a pilot survey of fuel poverty in eight EU MemberContinue reading “Introducing … “Fuel poverty measurement in Europe: a pilot study””

The regulation of energy transitions in Europe

By Stefan Bouzarovski Earlier in March, the University of Eastern Finland in Joensuu hosted a conference titled ‘Energy Transitions: Regulation of Energy Markets and Domestic, Regional and International Levels’. In addition to the host university, the event was also organized by the Political Economy of Energy in Europe and Russia group, and the Energy LawContinue reading “The regulation of energy transitions in Europe”