Energy Poverty in Greece. Social Innovation Proposals to address the Phenomenon

Energy poverty is beginning to be acknowledged worldwide as a social problem of increasing importance and serious impact on the health of millions of people.

Τhe public debate is not missing voices that advocate against energy transition to clean energy sources, attributing the rise in energy poverty to this policy. This criticism hides away from the multifactorial nature of the phenomenon and the multifaceted dimensions of the problem, making them difficult to deal with.

The policy papers can be found here, from where you may also download it in Greek.

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