ENPOR Lunch Talk – Making Energy Poverty Measures Visible for the Private Rented Sector

Tuesday, 2nd of November 2021, 12:30-13:10 CET

Do you think energy poverty measures should be made more visible in your area? Do you run projects, measures or interventions that target vulnerables groups in the private rented sector struggling to meet their energy needs? Are you looking for inspiring practices? Then register for our next Lunch Talk on the 2nd of November!

This event is the launch of a new online tool to support authorities to improve local, regional and national policy measures targeting citizens in energy poverty in the private rented sector. The Energy Poverty Dashboard (EPD) will increase the visibility of energy poverty in the PRS, particularly compared with levels of energy poverty within the general population. It will increase opportunities for collaboration between stakeholders, as best practices and policies tackling energy poverty in the PRS are mapped. This tool will indicate where they are concentrated and the effects/impacts of the policies on tackling energy poverty in a particular locale. The EPD is dynamic and updatable over time so that newest data can be shown and also an ability for future interventions to be collected and mapped.

Grab your salad/sandwich tune in on Tuesday, 2nd of November 2021, 12:30-13:10 CET.

To receive the event link, register in advance for this event.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

This ENPOR Lunch Talk will be followed by the third Lunch Talk on the 7th of December focusing on how the Fit for 55 Package impacts energy poverty – with invited guest Ms Louise Sunderland (RAP).

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