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Harriet Thomson - Founder


Harriet is the founder of the EU Fuel Poverty Network, and is a Postdoctoral Research Associate working on the EVALUATE project, within the Collaboratory for Urban Resilience and Energy at the University of Manchester. She is also Associate Editor of Energy Research & Social Science.

Through her doctoral research, which she undertook at the University of York, Harriet conducted a detailed multi-methods investigation into fuel poverty in the European Union. This involved qualitative analysis of policy documents spanning 2001 to 2014, and quantitative analysis of a new household-level index based on EU-SILC data. Harriet is co-author on several energy related publications, including an article that quantifies the prevalence of fuel poverty across the EU and a historical analysis of the EU’s discourse on energy poverty. Harriet can be contacted at harriet.thomson [@] 

Raúl Castaño De la Rosa - Deputy Network Coordinator

 Raúl Castaño De la Rosa

My name is Raúl Castaño De la Rosa and I am from Spain. I am doing my PhD in the University of Seville (Higher Technical School of Architecture). The developed line of research in the PhD programme is about environmental conditioning, energy efficiency and ICT in building. My research is based on the analysis of existing indicators of fuel poverty and its relationship to the residential sector. 

Rhionna Mackay - Deputy Network Coordinator

 Rhionna Mackay

I am currently the Project Officer for a British Gas Energy Trust funded project called Cosy Homes East Sutherland Scheme (CHESS). CHESS aims to improve the health of householders and reduce the levels of fuel poverty in the project area through providing grants towards energy efficiency measures, such as central heating, floor insulation, double glazing and draught proofing, which will make the homes more efficient, healthier and less expensive to heat. CHESS covers the area of East Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland. Sutherland is a county which has 73.5 – 86.3% of residents as being classed as in fuel poverty (Changeworks, 2015) and is an area which has the highest number of ‘cold homes’ in Scotland, with an Energy Performance Certificate rating of D – G (Changeworks, 2016). 

Irene Morris - Deputy Network Coordinator

 Irene Morris

I am an early career researcher in the process of completing my PhD through Maynooth University, Ireland. My thesis investigates the spatialized impact of energy policy measures on the energy efficiency of the built environment. I predominantly use open data and GIS to investigate the links between residential energy efficiency and other social and economic factors. Some early results from my research project indicate that current Irish policy measures are serving to both alleviate some aspects of fuel poverty while also potentially creating new instances of fuel poverty within the population. 


Asociación de Ciencias Ambientales

The Asociación de Ciencias Ambientales/Environmental Sciences Association (ACA) is a non-for-profit organisation founded in 1997 by students of the University of Alcalá (Madrid, Spain). Its membership includes students, researchers and practitioners concerned with and engaged in the analysis and resolution of environmental problems under different approaches and with an interdisciplinary vocation.

As a social and environmental organisation, ACA aims at:

• being a meeting point for researchers and practitioners with an interest in the broad field of environmental sciences for the promotion of research, the exchange of knowledge and perspectives, the establishment of interdisciplinary teams, the encouragement of relevant debates, the development of joint initiatives, etc.; 

• acting as a catalyst for shared initiatives and projects among potential partners from different sectors in order to promote the information, education, dialogue, consultation and social participation in attitudes and activities that seek to achieve more sustainable lifestyles and models of coexistence.

ACA has played an active role in raising the awareness and the understanding of fuel/energy poverty issues since the year 2011 and has produced the first comprehensive assessment of fuel poverty in Spain in 2012. An updated assessment of the effects of the post-2008 financial and economic crisis on domestic energy deprivation in Spain is expected for March 2014.

Blog articles: European week of the fight against #FuelPoverty 

Sören Becker

Sören Becker is a research fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning in Erkner (near Berlin) and currently writing his Ph.D thesis on “Public ownership and the political geographies of the Energiewende in Hamburg”.

Blog articles: Energy Poverty in Germany – Highlights of a Beginning Debate

Thomas Berger

Thomas Berger received his degree in Sociology at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz. He is currently working on his PhD concerning energy poverty in Austria from the perspective of environmental sociology.

From 2007 till 2010 he was a freelance scientific assistant at the research center for crisis and disaster research which is part of the department of sociology at University of Graz. In 2008 he was awarded the young-scientist-award at the 4th Austrian Conference for International Development. From 2010 till 2011 he was a researcher at the research agency Spectro and conducted a project on energy poverty in Styria. From 2010 till 2011 he was also a research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society (IAS-STS). Since December 2010 he is working as a researcher within the ecological product policy research group at the IFZ – Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture.

Blog articles: Fuel poverty in Austria

Stefan Bouzarovski

Stefan Bouzarovski is a Professor of Geography at the School of Environment and Development at the University of Manchester. Prior to this post he held academic positions at the Universities of Birmingham, London, and Oxford. His research focuses on the driving forces on energy security and fuel poverty at multiple scales, with a particular focus on European cities. Stefan has co-ordinated, or currently co-ordinates more than 30 research projects supported by the UK research councils, the EU, and various state bodies and charitable organisations. He is the author of more than 70 scientific publications, as well as the research monograph Energy Poverty in Eastern Europe. Stefan has advised numerous governments and the European Commission/Parliament on issues of energy policy and inequality, and has held visiting appointments universities in Stockholm, Berlin, Brisbane, Prague, Gdansk and Bruges.

Blog articles: Energy poverty in Eastern and Central Europe: Announcing the EVALUATE project 

Tom Bradley


Tom Bradley works for Narec Distributed Energy, a spin out company from the UK National Renewable Energy Centre. His involvement in fuel poverty includes a lead role on the data monitoring and analysis for the ERDF Social Housing Energy Management Project. Other fuel poverty related projects have included working on the initial design of the Sinclair Meadows carbon negative development, and thermal modelling of the retrofitting of Tyneside Flats. Outside these projects he works on a range of renewable energy technologies.

Blog articles: Prefabricated Housing, Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency

Rose Chard

Rose Chard

Rose Chard recently completed doctoral research at Lancaster Environment Centre entitled ‘The struggle to afford adequate energy: different ways of knowing fuel poverty’. With a background in geography and environmental sustainability, she has been involved in research around fuel poverty, community energy, sustainability and thermal comfort for the last 6 years. She now works as a consumer insights specialist at Energy Systems Catapult – a technology, innovation and research centre, bringing the worlds of industry, academia and Government together in service of building consensus on the transition pathways to a future energy system.

Blog articles: The struggle to afford adequate energy: different ways of knowing fuel poverty 

Ben Christman

 Ben Christman

Ben is a second year PhD candidate in the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast. His research focusses on the use of the law to eradicate fuel poverty in the context of the UK’s low carbon transition; his provisional research title is, ‘Eradicating Fuel Poverty in the UK’s Low Carbon Transition: Using the Law to Deliver Domestic Climate Justice’. He has a law degree from the University of Aberdeen and an LLM in environmental law and policy from University College London. His research interests include access to justice, environmental justice, energy law, fuel poverty and climate change.

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Blog articles:  The energy bill of rights – too little, too much or just about right? 

Ute Dubois

Ute Dubois

Ute Dubois is Professor of Economics at ISG Business School (Paris) and Associate Researcher at the ADIS Research Centre of University Paris Sud. She has got a Master from University Paris Dauphine and a PhD in Economics from University Paris Sud. After a post-doc at University Paris Sud, she joined ISG Business School in 2010. She teaches economics of institutions and organizations.

Ute’s main research interests are (a) fuel poverty policy, (b) energy consumption behaviours and (c) the institutional dynamics of electricity reforms (market design, regulation and competition policy).

Blog articles: Fuel poverty in France

Ivan Faiella


Ivan Faiella is senior economist at the Bank of Italy. From 1996 to 1998 he worked for ENI as energy analyst and since 1998 he has been working for the Directorate General for Economics, Statistics and Research of the Bank of Italy. Ivan’s main research interests are energy and environmental economics, income and wealth distribution and statistical methods. Ivan is a member of the Energy Sustainability Working Group under the G20.

Blog articles: Energy Poverty in Italy 

Gerald Koessl

Gerald Koessl Photo

Gerald Koessl is working as a researcher at the National Housing Federation, where he has been working on a project on the quality and energy efficiency of social housing in England. In 2013 he has completed his PhD in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he has also worked as a researcher at the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR). He is currently working on issues around deprivation, estate regeneration and the distribution of housing wealth and he is also interested in data visualisation and geographical information systems (GIS). He regularly posts interactive graphs and maps on!/

Blog articles: The continuing importance of fuel poverty among social renters in England: explaining the gap between objective and subjective fuel poverty measures 

Kilian Kouschil

Kilian Kouschil is a student at the Technische Universität Dresden and currently writing his master thesis in human geography on “Energy poverty in context of the Energiewende”. The main focus of his work is on energy poverty in private households in Berlin.

Blog articles: Energy Poverty in Germany – Highlights of a Beginning Debate

Luciano Lavecchia


Luciano Lavecchia is an economist at the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, seconded from Banca d’Italia. Luciano holds  a Phd in Applied Economics from University of Palermo and a MSc in Economics and Social sciences from Bocconi University. He joined Banca d’Italia in 2010. His research interests are energy (in particular energy poverty) and fiscal policy.

Blog articles: Energy Poverty in Italy 

Mari Martiskainen

Dr Mari Martiskainen is a Research Fellow at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand based at the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex. Mari is a social scientist who has worked on a range of energy research projects including topics such as building energy efficiency policies, innovation processes linked to community energy, influences on household energy consumption and the diffusion of small scale renewable energy technologies.

Blog articles: Fuel poverty research presented to Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change 

Sandrine Meyer

Sandrine Meyer is a commercial engineer from the Solvay Business School (Université libre de Bruxelles) with a masters in environmental management. She is a researcher at the Centre d’Etudes Economiques et Sociales de l’Environnement (CEESE – ULB) since more than 10 years. She has mainly worked on issues related to energy and the environment ((micro-)cogeneration, emission factors and green certificates, biofuels and “clean” vehicles, aviation and climate change, carbon tax, etc.). In the last two years, she has been working in close collaboration with OASeS (University of Antwerp) on the research project on energy poverty in Belgium, funded by Electrabel.

Blog articles: An introduction to fuel poverty in Belgium

Lucie Middlemiss

 Lucie Middlemiss Photo

I am a Lecturer in Sustainability at the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds. I am part of the Sustainability Research Institute a team of more than 40 inter-disciplinary researchers working on the different dimensions of sustainability. I am interested in the boundary between social and environmental issues, with a particular focus on concepts of consumption, community and vulnerability. My recent research in the energy field has focused on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability, where I specialise in understanding these issues from a lived experience perspective. I also have an interest in critical approaches to energy and environmental governance, with work in review looking at the politics of both community climate change initiatives and fuel poverty policy.

Blog articles: Low Income High Costs and the new politics of fuel poverty in England 

Matthias Naumann

Matthias Naumann is a research fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning in Erkner (near Berlin) and visiting lecturer at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.

Blog articles: Energy Poverty in Germany – Highlights of a Beginning Debate

Sam Nierop

Sam Nierop graduated from the Erasmus Mundus Joint European Master in Environmental Studies – Cities & Sustainability in 2014, writing his master’s thesis at Aalborg University on the topic of energy poverty in Denmark. He also holds a BSc in Physics as well as an LLB and an LLM in Dutch Law from the University of Groningen.

Blog articles: Energy stewards to reduce energy poverty and Energy poverty in Denmark?

Ana Raquel Nunes

Raquel Nunes

Ana Raquel Nunes has over 16 years’ experience working across the field of public health, having held positions in universities, hospitals and in the World Health Organization (WHO). She began her career as a Biomedical Scientist working on Endocrinology and Microbiology with the Portuguese National Health Service. She since became a Lecturer in Public Health and Epidemiology at the Catholic University of Portugal, whilst also investigating the health impacts of heat waves as a Researcher in the Portuguese National Health Institute’s Epidemiology Department. More recently she worked as a Consultant for Living Environments at the WHO, where she was responsible for supporting the implementation, analysis and evaluation of the Portuguese Local Housing and Health Action Plan (LHHAP) project

Raquel was awarded a PhD in Environmental Science by the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia (UEA), a master degree in Public Health (MPH), where she specialised in health promotion and health protection, and a MPhil in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies. She holds a dual degree in Biomedical Science and Public Health,

Working as part of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, her interdisciplinary research investigated the risks of extreme temperatures to older people, the general and specified vulnerability, resilience and adaptation to both extreme heat and extreme cold temperatures and ways of reducing older people’s vulnerability, improving their resilience and adaptation. She pursed this research drawing upon health, social and environmental sciences. Her recent work has involved the use of mixed methods approaches to understand the role assets or resources play in shaping human vulnerability, resilience and adaptation to extreme temperatures. As a result, Raquel developed a new framework for the study of vulnerability, resilience and adaptation, and an innovative multimethodological approach combining quantitative and qualitative research methods has been designed and implemented, including surveys and interviews.

Raquel has been involved in peer-reviewed work for WIREs Climate Change and the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). She was a member of the Netherlands’ Government Review team, reviewing the Human Health Chapter for the Fifth Assessment Report of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), organized by the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (2013).

Raquel was invited by the Science Policy Centre at the Royal Society to provide expert opinion on a range of biophysical interventions for improving resilience to heatwaves aiming at reducing the impact of hazards on people and communities on a project examining human resilience to extreme weather (2014).

Raquel joined the Warwick Medical School (WMS) in January 2015 and is currently a Research Fellow. Her primary role is to provide support and advice on research proposals for submission to peer-review funding for the Warwick hub of the NIHR Research Design Service West Midlands (NIHR RDS WM), as well as contributing to research within the Warwick Medical School through writing grant proposals for funding. Additionally, she also contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision within the WMS (MB ChB, MPH).

Blog articles: Extreme cold events and fuel poverty in Portugal

Stijn Oosterlynck

Stijn Oosterlynck holds a PhD in Sociology on the topic of globalisation, and is professor at the department of Sociology at the University of Antwerp, where he teaches courses on urban sociology, poverty and inequality, and social stratification. He is the spokesperson of the Research Centre on Poverty, Social Exclusion and the City and is currently coordinating the research project on energy poverty in Belgium.

Blog articles: An introduction to fuel poverty in Belgium 

Victoria Pellicer-Sifres


Victoria Pellicer-Sifres is a researcher at INGENIO Research Institute (CSIC-UPV). Her academic background is degree in Industrial Engineering (2008); MSc in Policies and Process of Development (2010); MSc in Development Cooperation (2013) and currently PhD candidate. Her fields of interest are fuel poverty; energy transitions; grassroots social innovation and human development.

Victoria has professional experience in the Energy and Development sectors: in international agencies (UNDP; GEF; UNHCR), in the private sectors, in various civil society organisations and teaching at the Universitat Politècnica de València. On the local level, she is engaged in active social participation in NGO and grassroots initiatives in Spain.

Blog articles: Reframing fuel poverty through transforming definition: the case of fuel poverty in Spain 

Teodora Peneva

 Teodora Peneva

Teodora Peneva is researching the energy poverty in Bulgaria since the beginning of 2013, when she was enrolled as a PhD student at the Business Faculty of Sofia University. Prior to this, Teodora graduated her Master degree in economics in Peking University in Beijing, China, and Bachelor degree in Chinese studies in both Sofia University and Beijing Language and Culture University. Teodora has been working as a market researcher since 2004, when she started her first job in a American B2B consulting company in Beijing and continued at a local private research firm, previous subsidiary of the National Bureau of Statistics. She has been using various research methods to explore product markets and industries in China in the first 6 years of her professional career. In 2010 Teodora returned to Bulgaria and continued her research career at one of the local electricity suppliers in Plovdiv. Involved in various B2B and B2C research projects, Teodora realises the size and depth of the energy poverty problem, after visiting numerous households with questionnaires on various enegy services, and summarizing various research data. In 2014 Teodora moves to Sofia and starts working at EMIS as a Product Manager, contunuing her PhD research on a part-time basis. Teodora is finalising her research studies in the summer of 2016 and is expected to graduate at the end of the year.

Blog articles: Mechanism for Protection of Vulnerable Consumers in Bulgaria 

Lauren Probert

Lauren Probert

Lauren Probert is a PhD student based within the School of Civil and Building Engineering at Loughborough University. Her doctoral research focuses upon the responsibilities of energy suppliers towards fuel poverty alleviation in the United Kingdom.

After completing a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Durham University in 2007, Lauren worked as a bid writer on large-scale welfare-to-work and social care procurement projects. Having established an interest in evidence-based policy, she completed an MRes in Social Policy at the University of York in 2010. Lauren’s master’s dissertation considered the impacts of structural barriers upon the availability of support to the fuel and water poor.

Blog articles: Fuel poverty eradication in the UK: A model for the EU?

Joachim Ramakers

 Joachim Ramakers

Joachim Ramakers is a project manager at Habitat for Humanity Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is in charge of the Residential Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households project in Armenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. In preparation for the project, he carried out detailed country assessments for residential energy efficiency in Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Ukraine. As part of the project, Habitat for Humanity is running a knowledge sharing group where experts can exchange opinions and start discussions of problems of residential energy use.

Blog articles: Investing in Residential Energy Efficiency 

Hannah Russell

 Hannah Russell

Hannah Russell recently completed doctoral research at the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast entitled ‘The Right to Life under Article 2 of the ECHR in light of European Conflicts’. She has worked as a researcher for non-governmental organisations in Cambodia, Northern Ireland, Palestine and the Syrian Golan. She has also been contracted as a researcher for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.

Blog article: Fuel Poverty through a Human Rights Lens 

Katarzyna Sałach

Photo of Katarzyna Sałach

Katarzyna Sałach is an Analyst at the Institute for Structural Research in Warsaw, Poland. She graduated in Mathematics (BSc) and Econometrics (MA) from University of Warsaw. Her research interests involve econometrics and environmental economics, energy and climate. Her work at IBS is focused mainly on fuel poverty. She also graduated in Musicology (BA) from University of Warsaw.

Blog articles: Fuel poverty in Poland and the discrepancies between LIHC and subjective measures 

Jim Scheer

Jim Scheer


Jim Scheer is a Programme Manager (Energy Modelling Group) at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. During the last 10 years he has worked in the field of policy analysis and development related to environmental issues. He is currently responsible for analyzing the impacts of sustainable energy policy in Ireland and is an expert advisor to government.

In 2012 he completed a MSc. (Economic Policy Studies) at Trinity College, Dublin (Distinction). His thesis identifies potential welfare gains through alternative government spending arrangements to address energy poverty. Outputs are based on detailed least-cost energy modelling and cost-benefit analysis.

Jim is happy to be contacted to discuss this or other related work (

Blog articles: Alleviating Energy Poverty in Ireland: an Efficient, Sustainable Approach

Andreas Schneller

Andreas Schneller photo

Andreas Schneller is a postgraduate student at the Humboldt University in Berlin and affiliated with Graduate School of Social Sciences (BGSS). He holds a Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

Prior to that, he worked several years as a banking professional and studied International Political Economy at the University of Erfurt, University of Vilnius and Charles University in Prague. Andreas master’s dissertation considered the heterogeneity in policy action to alleviate fuel poverty in Germany and the UK. 

Marilyn Smith

Marilyn Smith - EnAct

Marilyn Smith is a science communications specialist with 20 years experience presenting scientific, technical and economic news and information to non-specialist audiences (e.g. policy makers, journalists, the general public). She adeptly matched messages to various media (print, video, radio, web, etc.), working both in-house and on freelance basis. Recognizing the dual social challenges of high rates of energy poverty and low rates of energy literacy, Marilyn conceived The Energy Action Project (EnAct /, a new model for energy reporting that would use a multimedia platform to ‘engage, inform, explain and empower’ audiences.

Blog articles: COLD@HOME: Probing the growing problem of fuel poverty 

Carolyn Snell

Dr. Carolyn Snell is a Lecturer in Social Policy within the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of York.  She specialises in the links between social policy and the environment, running two specialist modules ‘Sustainable Development and Social Inclusion’ and ‘Environmental Policy from Global to Local’. Carolyn’s main research interests are fuel poverty, energy policy, energy justice, and austerity measures.  Carolyn has recently completed a research project investigating the links between fuel poverty, disabled people and welfare reform, funded by Eaga Charitable Trust.

Blog articles: Disabled people, fuel poverty and austerity: policy recommendations from England and Wales 

Elias Storms

Elias Storms received his degree in Sociology in 2011 at the Universiteit Antwerpen and is currently employed there at the OASeS research group (Research Centre on Inequality, Poverty, Social Exclusion and the City), where he conducts research on energy poverty in Belgium. In January 2012, OASeS published a report on energy poverty in Belgium, drafted in close collaboration with Sandrine Meyer from the Université libre de Bruxelles. This research project is funded by Electrabel. In its second phase, the research project aims to establish an energy poverty ‘barometer’ to serve academics, policy makers and social workers.

Blog articles: An introduction to fuel poverty in Belgium 

Sergio Tirado Herrero


Sergio Tirado Herrero is a research associate at the School of Environment and Development of the University of Manchester, where he contributes to the ‘Energy Vulnerability and Urban Transitions in Europe’ (EValUaTE) project. He is also associated to the Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. Under the supervision Prof. Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, his doctoral research produced a detail assessment of on fuel poverty alleviation as a co-benefit of residential energy efficiency investments using as Hungary as a case study. He is the co-author of the report Fuel poverty in Hungary: a first assessment (the first-ever exploration of the issue in this country) and the coordinator of a study on fuel poverty and unemployment in Spain (REPEX). He is also a contributing author to the energy use in buildings module of the Global Energy Assessment.

Prior to that, he worked as a research assistant and assistant project coordinator in the Environmental Research Economics Group at the University of Alcala (Madrid, Spain), where he contributed for a number of projects for key national and international partners like the Spanish Ministry of Environment, the Spanish Energy Agency or the Inter-American Development Bank.

Sergio Tirado holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences and Policy from the Central European University ( BSc in Environmental Sciences and an MSc in Global Change and Sustainable Development (specialization on environmental economics) both from the University of Alcala (Madrid, Spain).

Blog articles: Fuel poverty in Spain and Fuel poverty in Hungary 

Ryan Walker


Ryan Walker is a postgraduate student at the University of Ulster and is currently carrying out doctoral research. He has been involved in fuel poverty research for just over 2 years and a consistent theme of his work has been the exploration of area-based approaches. His primary studies have been in geography, where he specialized in geographic information systems (GIS). He is part of an active fuel poverty research group in the University, using GIS to target fuel poverty measures towards households in greatest need. Together with his supervisors Paul McKenzie and Christine Liddell, he has published the results of his work in four scientific publications.

Blog articles: Spatial modelling fuel poverty in Northern Ireland

Lidija Živčić

Works as expert of Focus Association for Sustainable Development in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Covers topics of degrowth, climate, energy, transport, consumption and active citizenship. After completing her undergraduate studies of economics in Ljubljana in 2000, she completed a MSc course in Environmental Science and Policy at Central European University in Budapest. In 2012 Lidija earned a PhD degree at Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana, with the dissertation on raising awareness on climate change in Slovenia.

Blog articles: Addressing energy poverty in South-East Europe 


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