Better understanding the impact of energy poverty in Europe

Seldom do we fully understand the impact of fuel poverty. A new photo essay examines the ways in which people across Europe become vulnerable when sufficient energy to support health and well-being is either unavailable or unaffordable. Please give us your reaction.

 

EXPOSED, Energy Poverty in Europe

EXPOSED, a new photo essay, highlights how energy poverty affects 17 families in four countries – France, Spain, Hungary and Sweden – bringing attention to impacts of both winter cold and summer heat. Co-produced by the EU Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV) and The Energy Action Project (EnAct), the project also delves into how income, energy prices, home efficiency are influenced by climate, economy, energy policy and political systems, creating unique challenges in diverse contexts.

 

 

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