Effects of the introduction of a definition of energy poverty and related social protection mechanisms on representatives of vulnerable groups with an emphasis on the Roma
What needs to be done to reduce energy poverty? What should a good (well-functioning) definition of energy poverty include in order to have a maximally beneficial societal effect? Does what we know about the definition to be adopted meet the criteria for a well-functioning definition of energy poverty? Are there groups of vulnerable energy users who may remain outside the scope of the definition of energy poverty and, accordingly, of energy poverty countermeasures?
These are some of the questions that we will discuss at the upcoming expert discussions on 01.12.2002 and 15.12.2022. We have invited experts, representatives of institutions, social partners, businesses, non-governmental organizations.
The concept of holding the discussions is available on the Bulgarian version of this site.