ENPOR Lunch Talk: Tailored Measures for Energy Poverty

Florian Vondung will discuss energy poverty in Europe at talk show format

  • Events 05.04.2022
  • Location Online

Energy poverty should be seen as an energy issue, not only viewed through a social lens; with the right legislation, meaningful changes can be made that improve the quality of the European building stock, help to hit Europe’s climate targets, and eradicate energy poverty all at the same time. 

On 5 April 2022 at 13.30, the fourth ENPOR Lunch Talk "Tailored Measures for Energy Poverty" will explore how local solutions and interest groups inform national measures tackling energy poverty on a short, medium and long term. In this talk show format the guests will discuss urgent matters such as immediate and long term response to the energy and gas crisis, working with vulnerable groups and overcoming barriers such as the split incentive including the experiences with the unique format of regional energy action groups (REACT).

In the talk show format, Florin Vondung, Researcher in the Research Unit Energy Policy at the Wuppertal Institute, will discuss with Marek Muiste from the Tartu Energy Agency in Estonia and Altan Sahin from the Austrian Energy Agency about approaches to improve energy access in impacted regions.

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