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Women more likely to fall into energy poverty, EU Parliament warns

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Please find a new article on EURACTIV media quoting EmpowerMed work and conclusions through the testimony of Katharina Habersbrunner – WECF, partner of the project : here (article available in English, French and German).

=> for an awareness of gender inequalities in relation to energy poverty and for the implementation of new multidisciplinary and participatory methods to ensure women contribute to energy poverty alleviation and to energy sector in general.

This article refers to the EmpowerMed report: Gender and energy poverty – Facts and arguments

To go further, discover the new EmpowerMed policy paper: Policy recommendations for gender-just policies to reduce energy poverty