Survey maps energy poverty projects and measures across the globe

The EU Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) is currently aiming to develop a complete database on energy poverty related projects and measures open and accessible to all. Therefore, EPAH has launched a survey to collect and review according projects and measures implemented/ targeted at the local scale connected to energy poverty. Municipalities and any other interested stakeholders are called upon to contribute to this work by directly submitting projects and measures they might know or have taken part in through the aforementioned survey or sharing this request with local contacts. The results of the review will be available in a global online atlas on the upcoming EPAH website and a selection of 24 inspiring case studies report, translated into all EU official languages, will serve as examples for new projects at the local scale.

This review is a collaborative effort between EPAH, local support organisations and local energy poverty experts. Climate Alliance is coordinating the EPAH consortium and the project is supported by DG Energy of the European Commission. EPAH, the EU leading initiative on local action against energy poverty, started in January 2021 and will last for 4 years, following up the work done under EPOV – the EU Energy Poverty Observatory.

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Want to learn more? Contact the EPAH helpdesk at info(at) for more information.


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