Reports and findings
- Report on the Energy poverty in the PRS – overview and framework (see news item here)
- Analysis and assessment of existing policies in the private rented sector (see news item here)
- Structural factors impacting energy poverty policies
The following publications will be added as they become available:
- Working Document with guidelines on setting up policies according to best practices and country-specific circumstances (May 2021)
- Report on individual energy efficiency policies for energy poverty (June 2021)
- Monitoring framework (April 2021) and periodic outcomes (October 2022)
- Capacity building material (May 2021)
- Proceedings on the capacity building activities (December 2022)
- Proceedings and material from the EU level events and policy support actions (September 2021, 2022 and 2023)
- Pilot Outcome fiches – Analysis of the policies’ outcomes (April 2023)
- Overview of key findings and inspiring cases (April 2023)
- Policy recommendation paper on setting up energy efficiency policies (May 2023)
- Policy report on the gender dimension in energy efficiency policy support and means to address it (May 2023)
- Replication Plan on the possible ways of upscaling best practices (M30)
- Recommendations for replicating best practices for energy poverty in the private rented sector (M33)
Videos and infographics
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ENPOR will assess 30 best practices on energy poverty in the PRS, leading to the development of the Energy Poverty Dashboard, which can recognize and address hidden energy poverty with specific policies.
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ENPOR will examine in depth energy poverty policies for the PRS across the EU, and develop a set of policy recommendations for the national level on: creating coherent definitions for and analysing the full impact of energy poverty, the investment capacity of vulnerable citizens and their landlords, developing new models for energy poor households to renovate the existing buildings, and alignment with developments on EU level on energy poverty.
Policy recommendations on multilevel governance of energy poverty in the PRS will be provided based on the implementation of the ENPOR policies, and will entail:
- best practices at a municipal level to ensure the effectiveness of the policies;
- policies/regulatory documents at a national level aimed at removing blocking normative constraints and create favourable conditions for the policies implementation;
- amendment/revision of the input to European regulatory framework to ensure feasibility and effectiveness of the policies and addressing structural issues causing energy poverty;
- good practice from existing structural fund frameworks (ESIF) and recommendations on policy alignment under future EU budgets to maximise support for energy poverty alleviation;
- a review of good practice from existing energy supplier obligation schemes supporting energy poverty alleviation, with emphasis on funding routes for policies;
- good practice from national renovation strategies and recommendations on how energy poverty can be better addressed in future strategies.
The ENPOR tools, indicators and measures for recognizing, evaluating and mitigating the impacts of energy poverty are implemented in partner regions in a form of policies. Through them, partner regions will improve the life quality and access to services for the most vulnerable groups in the PRS. These pilot implementations will be documented in detail and the well explained experience will steer the implementation of similar policies in other regions. The assessment of 30 policies on energy poverty will reveal their success and failure factors, which will form the basis for adapting and implementing the 10 ENPOR policies in 7 MS. The REACT groups, as key actors, will co-design, inform and support the policies’ implementation.
Sister projects, synergies and knowledge-sharing
ENPOR is building synergies with some projects – check their results, we know we will!