The SocialWatt public reports can be downloaded here. These have been developed to present results and progress in implementing the various SocialWatt activities, such as the review of the status quo of energy poverty, the identification of innovative schemes and actions to tackle energy poverty, and capacity building material for energy suppliers, social services and other stakeholders.

Energy Poverty Action Plans

  • This report presents the energy poverty action plans of seven utilities/energy companies, developed within the framework of SocialWatt. Each plan includes a technical and financial analysis of the schemes that will be implemented in Croatia, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Romania and Spain. These plans are short summaries of more comprehensive internal plans that are in some cases still undergoing continued development.
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Alleviating energy poverty through Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive

  • SocialWatt and partner H2020 project, ENSMOV, have come together to write a joint briefing to share the learning from both projects and make recommendations to improve the consideration of energy poverty through Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive.
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Evaluation of schemes to tackle energy poverty

  • This report presents the utility partners’ analysis of energy poverty and the assessment of schemes to alleviate it, performed using the tools. Key lessons learnt on the role that calculation tools can play in identifying energy poor households and designing schemes are also presented.
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Brief on actions and schemes to consider for tackling energy poverty

  • This report reviews numerous different schemes and actions that have been/are being implemented to tackle energy poverty.
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Report on the status quo of energy poverty and its mitigation in the EU

  • This report contains definitions and indicators currently available to measure energy poverty at European and Member State level, studies on the national contexts for the 11 SocialWatt countries and a range of good practice examples that illustrate different approaches taken to alleviate energy poverty.
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About SocialWatt

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.

Appropriate tools developed within the framework of SocialWatt aim to help utilities and energy suppliers effectively identify energy poor household, as well as develop and monitor schemes that focus on increasing the energy efficiency of these houses.




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