The papers, published in “Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy (ESPB)” of Taylor & Francis Group, aim at contributing to the analysis of the status quo of energy poverty, as well as to the design of effective policies and innovative energy poverty schemes for energy efficiency, urban sustainability and climate action.
Focus countries include the UK, Spain, Greece, Austria, Poland and Turkey and various research topics:
- energy-poor students,
- private-rented sector,
- income approach analysis,
- energy poverty, health an well-being,
- EU financial instruments to tackle energy poverty,
- cognitive maps towards a more holistic approach,
- assisting utilities identify energy poor households, and more.
It has been prepared with key contributions and support from NTUA, ICCS, IEECP and the EU funded project SocialWatt. Editors are Alexandros Flamos, NTUA Haris Doukas & IEECP’s Vangelis Marinakis.