27 March 2017 

Energy poverty is as widespread as it is devastating for those who suffer it.  Countries with the poorest building stock have the highest rates of excess winter mortality. EU legislation requires all countries to define vulnerable customers in their energy market so they can be helped, but two thirds of the Member States have not yet done so.  The public health consequences are as grievous as they are unnecessary.



Download the Renovate Europe Briefing 1/2017Energy poverty – nobody should have to choose between heating and eating

Read the Renovate Europe Oped on Energy Poverty on EuractivEnergy Poverty – A Blight on the EU