Interested in finding out more about energy poverty and how citizens can be empowered to mitigate the phenomenon through joint energy initiatives while leveraging innovative financing schemes? Join us in our 5th and last webinar!
Europe is still facing an energy crisis where recent developments show that will continue but also intensify. The relevance and the importance of the EU-funded POWERPOOR plan contribution can be distinguished.
For the fourth time, Housing Europe in collaboration with partners in the Horizon 2020 project, POWERPOOR are offering a free online course that aims at providing all necessary knowledge to support energy poor citizens to implement energy efficiency interventions and participate in joint energy initiatives, through the development of support programmes and ICT-driven tools. The final goal is to facilitate citizens’ behaviour change towards energy use and uptake of energy-efficient measures through experience and knowledge sharing.
The training webinar is taking place on 17th of March 2023 (Friday) from 10:30 to 16:30 CET on Zoom
Colleagues from public, cooperative, and social housing providers, municipalities, health and social workers, representatives from the academia and anyone who wants to be engaged in tackling the phenomenon can now join a community of several hundreds of POWERPOOR certified Energy Supporters and Mentors, working on the ground, enabling change and providing paths out of energy poverty in their regions.
After the online course, which will be held in English, the participants will be called to take a 15-minute test to become a certified POWERPOOR Energy Supporter and Mentor. From this moment on, you will be part of the POWERPOOR movement and can kick off working with vulnerable households in your city or area.
17th March 2023 I 10:30 – 16:30 CET, online, Zoom
10:30 - 10:35 Welcome & introduction by Housing Europe
10:35 - 11:30 PART I
Understanding the phenomenon of Energy Poverty, concepts, and policies at national and European level Housing Europe, Julien Dijol, Policy Director
The POWERPOOR project – approach, objectives & the role of Energy Supporters and Mentors NTUA, Eleni Kanellou, POWERPOOR Coordinator and PhD Candidate, National Technical University of Athens
11:30 - 12:30 PART II
The POWER-TARGET and POWER-ACT tools – how do they work? NTUA, Eleni Kanellou, POWERPOOR Coordinator and PhD Candidate, National Technical University of Athens
12:30 - 13:15 LUNCH BREAK
13:15 – 13:30 The relation between energy poverty and fire risk FEEDS, Olivier Tissot, Manager of the Forum for European Electrical Domestic Safety
13:30 – 14:30 PART III
From theory to practice. Good practices and case studies INZEB, Eleftheria Touloupaki, Scientific and Communications Associate
Energy-saving measures, behavioural changes, visits to vulnerable households DOOR, Society for Sustainable Development Design, Anamari Majdandžić, Senior Expert
The experience of an Energy Poverty Alleviation Office Housing Europe, Edit Lakatos, Senior Policy Officer
14:30 – 14:40 COFFEE BREAK
14:40 – 15:30 PART IV
Energy communities and innovative financing schemes to tackle energy poverty Europeаn Crowdfunding Network (ECN), Oliver Gajda, Executive Director
15:30 – 16:25 PART V
The role of local authorities in tackling energy poverty
Energy poverty in the SECAPs and how to address the phenomenon in local energy planning ICLEI, Arthur Hinsch, Officer Climate Policy & Energy Governance
16:25 – 16:30 CONCLUSION
Questions, answers, and what follows next?
Housing Europe, Diana Yordanova, Communications Director
NTUA, Eleni Kanellou, POWERPOOR Coordinator and PhD Candidate, National Technical University of Athens