Posts Tagged: fuel poverty

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

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

Journal Special Issue on fuel poverty

CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.

Journal Special Issue on fuel poverty

CURE researchers contributed papers on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability to a Special Issue of People, Place and Policy.

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.

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 within the EVALUATE project. The first paper is titled ‘From fuel poverty to energy vulnerability: the importance of services, needs

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 within the EVALUATE project. The first paper is titled ‘From fuel poverty to energy vulnerability: the importance of services, needs

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.

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.

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’ together with the Institute of Population Health. Organised as a panel discussion, it was chaired by Arpana Varma (Institute of Population Health,

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’ together with the Institute of Population Health. Organised as a panel discussion, it was chaired by Arpana Varma (Institute of Population Health,

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 the understanding of energy poverty in France and for assessing the suitability of past and new policy approaches for the

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 the understanding of energy poverty in France and for assessing the suitability of past and new policy approaches for the

The energy penalty

Our latest guest post, by Professor Cosmo Graham at Leicester University, outlines the fascinating findings of recent research into the relationship between disability and fuel poverty – a topic that has received little scientific and policy attention to date.

The energy penalty

Our latest guest post, by Professor Cosmo Graham at Leicester University, outlines the fascinating findings of recent research into the relationship between disability and fuel poverty – a topic that has received little scientific and policy attention to date.

New paper by a member of the EVALUATE project team

Tirado Herrero, S., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Petrichenko, K. 2013. Fuel poverty alleviation as a co-benefit of climate investments: evidence from Hungary. Proceedings of the ECEEE Summer Study 2013. 3-8 June 2013. Belambra Presqu’île de Giens, France.

New paper by a member of the EVALUATE project team

Tirado Herrero, S., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Petrichenko, K. 2013. Fuel poverty alleviation as a co-benefit of climate investments: evidence from Hungary. Proceedings of the ECEEE Summer Study 2013. 3-8 June 2013. Belambra Presqu’île de Giens, France.

Energy poverty in Spain: the politicisation of energy vulnerability at an early stage

By Sergio Tirado Herrero Research on energy poverty in the EU (Healy, 2004) found out substantially high percentages of population unable to heat their home adequately in Southern Member States (Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain) during 1990s. These data may reflect cross-country

Energy poverty in Spain: the politicisation of energy vulnerability at an early stage

By Sergio Tirado Herrero Research on energy poverty in the EU (Healy, 2004) found out substantially high percentages of population unable to heat their home adequately in Southern Member States (Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain) during 1990s. These data may reflect cross-country