Energy Poverty seminar – PA2
The Czech Technical University in Prague is currently elaborating a study titled Energy Poverty in Danube Region, which will be addressed at the seminar. More information about the program will be provided soon.
We would like to kindly ask you to register before November 29, 2019 at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
Please don’t hesitate to forward this invitation to others dealing with the topic of the seminar, too.
Energy Poverty – introduction
Energy poverty – definitions and approaches by Jiří Karásek, Senior consultant, SEVEn
Presentation of the study Energy Poverty in Danube Region by Igor Kytka, Czech Technical University in Prague
Patterns of energy poverty in the Danube Region by Stefan Bouzarovski, Professor, University of Manchester and Chair of the European Union Energy Poverty Observatory
Panel discussion – Energy Poverty policies in Europe and its implications for the Danube Region
Anne Katherina Weidenbach, European Commission, DG ENERGY
Jiří Karásek, Senior consultant, SEVEn
Adéla Denková, Research Fellow, Association for International Affairs Research Center
Hedvika Koďousková, Assistant Professor, International Institute of Political Science, Masaryk University
Panel discussion – Best practices on energy poverty
Stefan Bouzarovski, Professor, University of Manchester and Chair of the European Union Energy Poverty Observatory
Igor Kytka, Czech Technical University in Prague
Marina Varvesi, AISFOR S.r.l., project ASSIST 2GETHER
Cezara Popovici, The European Consumer Organisation and Soňa Libigerová, dTEST, project STEP
Martin Ander, ASHOKA, Call for Projects in Social Innovation to Tackle Energy Poverty
Lena Herrmann, Stromspar-Check