Tackle energy poverty in households with disabled people and support social integration

National project
The project aims to strengthen households with disabled people economically, socially, and environmentally, and contribute to achieving national climate targets defined in the NECP. The project will subsidise the implementation of small-scale energy renovations, such as thermal insulation, in 300 energy-poor and disabled households.





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Cosy Homes in Lancashire

National project
The ‘Cosy Homes in Lancashire’ (CHiL) scheme is a countywide energy efficiency and affordable warmth initiative. CHiL was developed by 15 local authorities in Lancashire following a comprehensive energy efficiency study commissioned by Blackpool Public Health in 2013. The scheme offers an accessible and straightforward means of accessing grants from energy companies and other sources to fund new heating measures, insulation, and renewable technologies in domestic properties.





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Audits and interventions in homes experiencing energy poverty

National project
The Barcelona Provincial Council organised Audits and interventions in homes in a position of vulnerability. This is a cross-departmental initiative promoted by the areas of Social Welfare, Environment and Housing of the Provincial Council, which offers town councils actions to enhance the energy efficiency of homes experiencing energy poverty to reduce expenditure on basic utilities (electricity, water and gas) and enhance quality of life.





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