Workers who live in energy-inefficient buildings are more exposed to cold spells, heatwaves and other impacts of climate change. According to the EU Commission, energy poverty, defined as a situation in which people are unable to keep their home adequately warm, is a major challenge in Member States
“Around 31 million Europeans were living in energy poverty and were unable to keep their homes adequately warm, according to Eurostat figures cited by the European Commission in its 2021 State of the Energy Union report” .
- Assess the situation of energy poverty in the EU
- Analyse national protective measures to alleviate energy poverty
- To draft collective and inclusive trade union action lines to fight against energy poverty
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