Online observatory aims to combat energy poverty
Energy poverty—inadequate access to energy services that provide fundamental quality of life services to people—affects nearly 10% of the European Union, or 50 million people, according to Stefan Bouzarovski, professor of human geography at the University of Manchester, UK.
On Jan. 29, Bouzarovski launched the EU Energy Poverty Observatory, which the article descirbes as, "an open-source online repository for energy-related data."
"The idea is to develop indicators to measure energy poverty across the EU and provide a source of comprehensive, accurate information to help people create innovative policies and practices to address the problem," the article says.
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