Municipality of Ampelokipi-Menemeni, Thessaloniki, Greece, is among the awarded by the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) municipalities, to receive technical assistance to tackle energy poverty, after the successful application to the respective public call.
INZEB in collaboration with the municipality of Ampelokipi-Menemeni and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, as an expert organisation will support the establishment of a workplan that will guide the activities for the next 9 months to develop the energy poverty diagnosis. The diagnosis results will allow the efficient targeting of the actions on affected groups, and the organisation of information sessions.
This opportunity was launched by EPAH, the leading EU initiative run by the European Commission at the request of the European Parliament. EPAH is a collaborative network of stakeholders aiming to eradicate energy poverty and accelerate the just energy transition of European local governments. The objective of the call for technical assistance is to provide high-quality tailored support to local governments in their developments against energy poverty. As a result of the first call, 35 municipalities from across Europe, including Ampelokipi-Menemeni, are selected to receive tailored support. Find here the EPAH announcement for the municipality of Ampelokipi-Menemeni.
EPAH will launch a second public call during 2023.