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Resource: Case study to tackle fuel poverty

Name of organisation: EPEE reviewed by USH

Type of ressource: case studies/ best practice

Addressed barriers:

  • financial

Addressed users:

  • building user (social housing organization)
  • tenant/ cooperator
  • building owner
  • O&M staff
  • caretaker
  • design team
  • project manager
  • contractor
  • site manager
  • public decision maker


  • English
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  • Italian

Process stage:

  • national/ regional strategy development
  • asset management
  • maintenance and repair phase
  • user involvement process


Asset Management Capacity Building Certification Work with Residents Funding Project Management


This output is a collection of existing good practices to tackle fuel poverty. Actions and measures have three different target:
- Reduce energy prices for the household
- Improve energy efficiency of building
- Work in the social field
Studies cases are classified by countries. (typology, level, effects on, proponent, target, description of the action, monitoring system, barriers, key actors involved, development strategies, where and how the action is repeatable).


For each case studies, there is an section “where and how the action is repeatable” which give information on practical implementation.