• Introducing SocialWatt
    A Horizon 2020 project fighting energy poverty
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  • SocialWatt Decision Support Tools
    SUPPORTING UTILITIES AND ENERGY SUPPLIERS CONTRIBUTE TO THE FIGHT AGAINST ENERGY POVERTY
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    Decision Support Tools

    SocialWatt supports utilities and energy suppliers to contribute to the fight against energy poverty through the use of decision support tools.

    Capacity Building

    SocialWatt helps bridge the gap between energy companies and social services by promoting collaboration and implementing capacity building activities.

    Implementation & Replication

    SocialWatt facilitates the development, implementation and replication of innovative schemes in order to alleviate energy poverty.

    IN A NUTSHELL

    SocialWatt aims to enable obligated parties under Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive across Europe to develop, adopt, test and spread innovative schemes to alleviate energy poverty. The appropriate tools developed within the framework of SocialWatt aim to help utilities and energy suppliers effectively identify energy poor households, as well as develop and monitor schemes that focus on increasing the energy efficiency of these houses.
    SocialWatt is a Horizon 2020 energy efficiency project, aiming at connecting obligated parties across Europe to adopt innovative schemes towards energy poverty alleviation. It started in September 2019 and has a duration of 36 months.
     

    SocialWatt Tools

    SocialWatt Analyser
    SocialWatt Plan
    SocialWatt Check

    Latest News

    January 18th, 2022

    Express interest to receive support from SocialWatt and help alleviate energy poverty

    Are you interested in helping alleviate energy poverty?

    December 17th, 2021

    The EED Energy Savings Obligation and Energy Poverty Alleviation

    The EC has recently launched its recast proposal for a revised Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), which introduces an obligat

    June 5th, 2021

    Energy Poverty Action Plans

    This report presents the energy poverty action plans of seven utilities/energy companies, developed within th

     

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