• Investigating how to tackle energy poverty in the EU private rented sector

    Around 50 million households in the European Union are estimated to be living in energy poverty – or energy vulnerability, unable to afford the energy needed to adequately heat or cool their homes. This is caused by a combination of factors including high energy costs, low household incomes and energy inefficient buildings, and can have […]

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  • Peer-Powered Cities and Regions: Success Stories from PROSPECT

    In urban areas, significant opportunities are available for facilitating the energy transition. Many local and regional governments are implementing initiatives in sectors, such as buildings, lighting, and transport. Although there are political and economic incentives for undertaking such actions, many cities and regions face financial and technical barriers, such as insufficient financial resources and lack […]

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