Eight SocialWatt utilities and energy suppliers gathered forces for alleviating energy poverty in their countries
The EU-funded SocialWatt project (www.socialwatt.eu) enables 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.
Significant project results are available after the project’s launch 1.5 years ago. Amongst others, a series of reports on the status quo of energy poverty and on identifying actions and schemes for tackling it are available.
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Romanian partnership contact
ISPE Proiectare și Consultanță