When: 26 July 2023
In the European Union, energy poverty is impacting numerous citizens and is becoming increasingly acknowledged as a major concern for policymakers. According to Eurostat, around 7 per cent of the population of the European Union experienced energy poverty in 2021. Bulgaria had the highest proportion, with 24 per cent of its population affected. Despite large amounts of public funding being devoted to tackling the issue, there are challenges that prevent the most vulnerable from participating in the energy transition.
– Different understandings and approaches to tackling energy poverty across Europe
– Building renovation in Bulgaria
– How could a one-stop network accelerate the green transition of the residential sector?
– National specifics, challenges and progress in the implementation of the Energy Poverty Reduction Mechanism in Bulgaria