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Special Edition
Current Surveys and Questionnaires related to Energy Vulnerability
 
 
Help ENPOR review the factors preventing energy efficiency investments in the PRS
 
Structural Barriers to Investments in Energy Efficiency Policies in the Private Rented Sector

We invite you to complete this survey, which is being conducted as part of the ENPOR (Energy Poverty in the Private Rented Sector) project.

Your answers will be used to inform a review of driving forces and factors that prevent investment in the energy efficiency of dwellings in the private rented sector in Europe.

The survey is anonymous, safe and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. Participation in this survey is voluntary and you can withdraw at any time. Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire.

For more information on the survey please contact Manon Burbidge:  manon.burbidge (@) manchester.ac.uk

To the survey
 
Analysis of Private Rented Sector Policies and Measures Across the EU and Beyond

This analysis assesses existing policies in the PRS, reviewing intervention strategies aimed at advancing measures to address energy poverty among vulnerable households.

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Is the Renovation Wave on Track to Address the Complexity of Fuel Poverty?

Marine Cornelis recorded a podcast episode to discuss this issue with Manon Burbidge and Professor Stefan Bouzarovski. They discuss the findings of their "Report analysis on energy poverty in the private rented sector" as part of the #ENPOR project.

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST EPISODE
 
 
Partner Surveys
 
European Property Owners’ Capacity and Willingness to Renovate Their Homes

The International Union of Property Owners (UIPI) conducted an online survey to assess European property owners’ capacity and willingness to renovate their homes. Over 10,000 respondents in 36 European countries replied reflecting how the sector and households are adapting and making their properties more climate friendly, and how the Covid-19 has affected their original plans.

 

 

Read the survey results here
 
Questionnaire on Counselling Services for Citizens Facing Energy Vulnerability

Climate Alliance is supporting the scalability study of the ASSIST Model - an established and tested model for all entities providing an Integrated Contact Point (a home energy advisor or a group of advisors) to citizens facing energy vulnerability issues.

Do you already offer similar services for citizens who have difficulties? Do you think your municipality will need to set up such counselling services or one-stop-shops in the near future?

 We would like to know more - about your views on energy poverty in municipalities, citizen counselling in municipal climate protection and whether such counselling services exist and are linked or needed in your organisation / municipality. The survey is open until the 5th of May.

Click to fill in the survey
 
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ENPOR NEWS - 2021 Spring Edition
 
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