General Information on Energy Poverty:

This section provides general information about energy poverty, further resources and data that can be relevant to the Private Rented Sector.

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Energy-Saving Information & Advice

This section provides quick links to country-specific energy advice such as energy-saving tips, accessible infographics, information and support for households, which are also applicable for tenants in the Private Rented Sector in those countries.


Series of easy to understand infographics to save energy (electricity, heating and cooling) in the home, available in several languages. Developed for the Austrian context, but applicable to many other European countries. Link here.


Energy saving tips and sign up to an ‘energy forecast’ alerting users when the best time is to use energy/when the grid is overstretched. Link here.

United Kingdom

National Energy Action Get Help page, including a helpline number, advice and support resources. Link here.

Academic Papers (Energy Poverty & Energy Efficiency)

This section provides users links to relevant academic resources and papers published in the domain of the private rented sector, housing provision, energy efficiency, retrofitting, and policies. Please note that not all of these resources are open access.


EU-Projects Tackling Energy Poverty:

This section provides links to other EU projects – both ongoing and ended – that are working in the sphere of energy poverty and energy efficiency.

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ENPOR (Energy Poverty in the Private Rented Sector)

COOLTORISE (Summer Energy Poverty Awareness and Action)

COMACT (Community Actions for Energy Poverty Mitigation)

EMPOWERMED (Empowering Women to Take Action Against Energy Poverty)

ENERGY MEASURES (Tailored Measures Supporting Energy Vulnerable Households)

POWERPOOR (Empowering Energy Poor Citizens Through Joint Energy Initiatives)

POWERTY (Renewable Energies for Vulnerable Groups)


STEP (Solutions to Tackle Energy Poverty)