Webinar: Fuel poverty and energy savings consultation for private households – Lessons learnt around Europe
Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Economic disequilibria and diverging social conditions of private households bear a huge challenge to a socially fair design of the energy supply in Europe and its member states. Future European energy and climate policy needs to take into account the great differences of starting points in the member states. Information and consultation especially for vulnerable consumers turn out to offer part of the solution. This can be shown by the experiences and results of the IEE-funded project EC-LINC. At the same time policy solutions are discussed on European level.
EC-LINC invites to learn about and discuss these topics in an international Webinar.
|2:10 PM||“Addressing vulnerable consumers: results and lessons learnt from Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) projects”||Christophe Coudun, Project Officer, Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation|
|2:30 PM||“Working with households in danger of fuel poverty – Experiences and results”||EC-LINC, Eva Marx, Georg Benke, Etienne Rubens, Chris-tina Busch, Thomas Koisser, Zsuzsanna Kíraly, Stuart Hay|
|3:10 PM||“The political course of actions against fuel poverty in Europe ”||Lara Blake, Policy Officer, DG Energy and organizer of the Vulnerable Consumer Working Group and the Citizens’ Energy Forum|
|3:50 PM – 4:00 PM||Wrap-up|
Webinar language is English.
*IT Requirements for participating in the Webinar:
- personal computer (standard)
- internet access
- optional use of headset
Register: This webinar is free of charge, but registration is required. Click here and register via e-mail with your name, last name and organization. After successful registration you will receive a confirmation e-mail message with a hyperlink to the webinar as well as a hyperlink to testing your IT.
You are welcome to forward this invitation to interested participants.