Take ChargeEuropean project
Take Charge helps you reduce your energy bills, get support with debt, access benefits and financial support, and even secure funding for energy efficient home improvements. It’s funded by Electricity North West and delivered in partnership with Citizens Advice in the North West and Energy Saving Trust.
COPE - Coherent Place-based Climate ActionEuropean project
The COPE (Coherent Place-based Climate Action) network unlocks the green potentials of citizen action through a place based approach, recognizing citizens and local action groups as fundamental stakeholders working to accelerate the green transition.
AMPARHA - MUNICIPAL SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR ADAPTATION AND REQUALIFICATION OF HOUSINGEuropean project
AMPARHA is a program of the Municipality of Pombal with the aim of intervening and requalifying homes for elderly people and citizens with disabilities.
ComAct - Community Tailored Actions for Energy Poverty MitigationNational project
The ComAct project aims to make high-impact/high-cost energy-efficient improvements in multi-family apartment buildings in the CEE and CIS regions affordable and manageable for energy-poor communities as well as to create the necessary assistance conditions for lifting them out of energy poverty.
Life Energy Poverty 0 - EP0National project
Energy Poverty Zero's main objective is to support progress toward scale up of deep energy retrofit in vulnerable district to fight energy poverty by combining existing efforts on energy poor people support, one-stop-shops, deep-energy retrofit industrialization and district-based dynamics. The project develop will an approach that will allow to connect efforts performed to diminish cost of deep energy retrofit in social housing with industrialised prefabricated solutions with the private housing market.
LIFE ReHABITANational project
LIFE ReHABITA project aims to alleviate the energy poverty by fostering deep energy renovations of the energy inefficient homes of vulnerable families. The project will set up ReHABITA Offices (one-stop shops) to deliver an integrated home renovation services in some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the participating municipalities.
RENOVERTY - Home Renovation Roadmaps to Address Energy Poverty in Vulnerable Rural DistrictsNational project
RENOVERTY fosters energy efficiency building upgrades in the energy poor households of Central and Eastern Europe / South-eastern Europe and Southern European countries by establishing the methodological and practical framework to build renovation roadmaps for vulnerable rural districts in a financially viable and socially just manner. Specifically, the project aims to deliver tools and resources to support local and regional actors to build and execute operational single or multi-household roadmaps for rural areas. A scalable model will also be created to ensure the wide geographical replicability and implementation of the roadmaps by different actors at the EU level.
POWERPOOR - Empowering Energy Poor Citizens through Joint Energy InitiativesNational project
POWERPOOR aims to develop support programmes / schemes for energy poor citizens and encourage the use of alternative financing schemes e.g. establishing energy communities / cooperatives, crowd funding). The rpoject facilitates experience and knowledge sharing, the implementation of behavioural changes and small-scale no-regret energy efficiency interventions as well as encourage the uptake of renewable energy sources through energy communities and cooperatives, increasing the active participation of citizens.
SUPER-i - PPP Financing for energy efficiency investments in social housingNational project
The SUPER-i project will contribute to generate substantial investments in energy efficiency within the social housing sector by establishing a direct dialogue, at local government level, between financial institutions, other private investors and social housing managers while also involving ESCOs (Energy Service Companies).
SMARTER4EU - SMARTER Finance for EUNational project
Smarter Finance for EU aims to accelerate the roll-out of certified green homes across Europe – including the development and adoption of over €100bn worth of green mortgages, loans and development finance. Led by Habitat for Humanity, the project’s energy poverty element will aim to improve the health and comfort, financial stability, and energy performance of very low income, vulnerable households. It will also facilitate European and global discussions on what knowledge and lessons learned can be shared when implementing solutions that combine government incentives with private bank financing.