Wed, 10 May|
Faidra Filippidou on "Measurement and mapping of energy poverty in Europe"
In her EMOS webinar, Faidra Filippidou will examine and explain the phenomenon of energy poverty across EU Member States. Illustrated by the case study of Greece, the webinar will focus on analysing the parameters that lead to energy poverty and how these parameters can be measured.
Time & Location
10 May, 16:00 GMT+2
Dr. Faidra Filippidou focuses on the energy-saving and decarbonization potential of building stocks, renewable heating and cooling, and the interface of energy demand and supply. Prior to joining E3-Modelling, she worked at Delft University of Technology and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.
- Energy poverty across EU Member States
- The case study of Greece
- Official statistics and the use of modelling tools
Webinar learning outcomes:
The most valued outcome for the participants is the ability to understand the phenomenon of energy poverty, how it relates to official statistics, and how we can use models to design just policies.
The aim of this webinar is to understand and examine the phenomenon of energy poverty across EU Member States. We will try to analyze those parameters leading to energy poverty and how can it be measured. We will also examine closely the case study of Greece as an example.
Prerequisites for the webinar:
- Understanding of energy and climate policy
- Basic statistics
- Tirado Herrero, S. and Bouzarovski, S. (2014). Energy Transitions and regional inequalities in energy poverty trends: Exploring the EU energy divide.
- EC (2017), European Semester Thematic Factsheet: Addressing Inequalities. (Online) EC.
- EC (2018), The EU-wide income distribution: inequality levels and decompositions
- EC (2018), Ageing Report.
- Eurostat (2019). Eurostat Statistic Explained: People at Risk of Poverty or Social Exclusion. Edition 2018.