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Europe’s Energy Transition by Manuel Welsch

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Chapter 30

Energy Poverty Across the EU

Analysis of Policies and Measures

Steve Pye1, Audrey Dobbins2, Claire Baffert3, Jurica Brajković4, Paul Deane5 and Rocco De Miglio6,    1University College London (UCL), London, United Kingdom,    2University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany,    3InnoEnergy, Brussels, Belgium,    4Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar (EIHP), Zagreb, Croatia,    5University College Cork (UCC), Cork, Ireland,    6E4SMA, Turin, Italy

Abstract

Since the emergence of the European Energy Union, considerable attention has been given towards the role of consumers in the energy sector. Member States are increasingly confronted with issues of energy poverty, a situation where individuals are not able to adequately heat their homes at ...

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