Empowered Consumer Hub Series: Season 2 Episode 2 - Energy Poverty (Part 2): Role of Energy Efficiency & Renovation

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Moderator: Marine Cornelis, Managing Director, Next Energy Consumer


  • Stefan Goemaere, Community Worker, Samenlevingsopbouw West Flanders
  • Michael Pachlatko, Partner, EuroPACE Project
  • Danyel Dubreuil, Coordinator of the Rénovons! at CLER




EC’s Renovation Wave: Turning the Tide on Energy Poverty?

With its newly announced Renovation Wave Strategy, the European Commission is aiming to at least double building renovation rates over the next 10 years, resulting in higher energy efficiency. If successful, this strategy could be instrumental in tackling  Europe’s long-standing problem of energy poverty and its many associated issues.


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Title: Season 2 Episode 2 | Energy Poverty (Part 2): Role of Energy Efficiency & Renovation

Content: Empowered Consumer Hub Series Episode

Date: 14 October 2020

Overview: Energy efficiency and upgrading our homes can help save energy, reduce bills and improve comfort. This is therefore one of the key tools to address the root causes of energy poverty and improve the health and well-being of the population. How can we make renovation programmes and strategies accessible to the most vulnerable?

In this episode, our presenters showcased some of the genuinely important renovation projects and novel initiatives to increase energy efficiency and thereby address this question.