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Finally online our first EmpowerMed paper on an intersectional perspective of energy poverty

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Women and women-led households are disproportionately affected by energy poverty – a condition that worsens gender inequality, exacerbated by age, class and ethnic background among other factors. It is crucial to take a closer look at the relationship between energy poverty and gender. EmpowerMed’s just published a report to enable us such a look.

Find this “Energy poverty and gender – Facts and arguments” report here: