European Energy Poverty
A UNITED APPROACH
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Fuel Poverty is one of the most persistent health and environmental problems affecting one in five homes in the nation. The European Energy Poverty Conference hosted by Energy Action will looked at the United Approach Europe can take to begin to solve Fuel Poverty. The annual Fuel Poverty conference has become firmly established as the premier event for the rapidly developing and dynamic energy efficiency industry.
It is estimated that 50 million+ Europeans live in energy poverty which is associated with more than 30,000 excess winter deaths in Europe per year. Despite energy poverty being an enduring problem with widespread and severe impact, up to now there has been no common European strategy for tackling it.
- ☆ A full day of educational sessions with presentations from more than 20 industry experts.
- ☆ Workshops offering Advice, Strategies and a wealth of information.
- ☆ Exhibitors offering the latest technology.
- ☆ Networking Opportunities.
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