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How Energy Efficiency Retrofits Contribute to Energy Poverty Alleviation. Theory, Best Practice in the European Union and Case Studies From the REELIH Project in Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia: Short Summary
The Metropolitan Research Institute and Buildings Performance Institute Europe evaluated the implementation of the REELIH projects in the three implementing countries to find out how they contributed to the fight against energy poverty by encouraging energy efficient renovation of multi-family residential buildings and published their findings in a full report.
Anna Bajomi, PhD Candidate at Politecnico di Milano, prepared a short summary of this full report. This summary aims to highlight the interrelation between the energy efficient retrofits and energy poverty alleviation, by offering an overview of the main findings of the research. This summary is updated with further references and additional literature that is included only in this short summary. Most of references to other publications and data sources can be found in the original full report.