Researchers investigate the drivers behind fuel poverty across Europe in order to inform national and international policy.
This research project aims to investigate the manner in which urban institutional structures, built tissues and everyday practices shape domestic energy deprivation at a variety of geographical scales. The project relies on vulnerability thinking, focusing on the propensity of households to suffer from a lack of adequate energy services in the home.
It involves extensive data gathering (surveys, ethnographies, documentary evidence and expert interviews) and stakeholder engagement at a variety of scales. The results are expected to inform global, EU, national and city-level policies in different ways.