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“Energy poverty is a reality in the European Union (EU), where many households struggle to heat or cool their homes or to pay their energy bills on time. The ongoing inevitable transition of our energy systems affects all levels of society. Therefore, it is vital to consider the most vulnerable groups and support the least resilient population to ensure that all EU citizens benefit from the energy transition.
The “EPAH Handbooks: A Guide to Understanding and Addressing Energy Poverty” is a series of practical guidebooks for local governments and
practitioners to ensure that the social dimensions of the local energy transition are addressed efficiently. This series consists of the current introduction and three thematic handbooks focused on the phases identified for local governments aiming to tackle energy poverty.”
Energy Poverty Advisory Hub, 2022
The three phases are:
- Assessment of energy poverty at an identified local level (Diagnosis)
- Development of an informed plan (Planning)
- Execution of an impactful energy poverty project (mplementation)
Read more about the Introduction to the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub in their newest publication here.