Network of Interest.
The STEP-IN consortium endeavours to engage a wide range of interested parties, including industrial representatives, local and regional authorities, consumer and advocacy groups, practitioners, EU and national policy-makers and regulators, academia and think-tanks, to shape a motivated Network of Interest. Lessons learnt from the Network of Interest will add to the findings of the Living Labs and results from own policy assessments to identify the necessary political, administrative and financial framework for the successful implementation of measures to alleviate energy poverty. Specific policy recommendations, adapted to chosen by th EU, will allow this way the exploitation of findings in the post-project period and strengthening the fight against fuel poverty in the longer term.
STEP-IN seeks the Network of Interest members’ best practices on how to tackle energy poverty, but also expert feedback on the project’s methodology. Their knowledge, expertise and support is needed to better understand and alleviate energy poverty.
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Number of NoI members
Organisation Type (7)
- Academia (15) 32.61%
- Consumer and Advocacy Organisation (13) 28.26%
- Energy Company (4) 8.70%
- Energy Service Provider (3) 6.52%
- Local Public Authority (4) 8.70%
- Other (4) 8.70%
- Policy Maker (3) 6.52%