Network of Interest.

A key aspect of the STEP-IN project is the formation of local, national and EU stakeholder groups. At the local level each Living Lab has, in addition to the project partners, a large number of supporting organisations ranging from municipalities to housing providers, charities and trade associations. They also form part of the larger Network of Interest. At the national level STEP-IN has both partners and supporters, these include consumer organisations, charities, regulators and energy providers. These partners allow STEP-IN to gain influence at national level with a view to shaping national policies and strategies which is key to rolling out sustainable future energy poverty alleviation schemes beyond the end of the project.


Number of supporter

Organisation Type (7)

  • (2) 5.56%
  • Academia (1) 2.78%
  • Consumer and Advocay Organisation (7) 19.44%
  • Energy Service Provider (5) 13.89%
  • Energy company (10) 27.78%
  • Local Public Authority (5) 13.89%
  • Policy Maker (6) 16.67%


Tamás Meszerics, MEP

Katalin Csiba, MEP





Ministry of Environment and Energy, General Secretariat for Energy and Mineral Resources

The Greek Ombudsman, Independent Authority

Independent Intendancy of Civil Protection

Public Power Corporation

Region of Epirus

Metsovo Trade Association


Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority

ELMŰ Hálózat

ÉMÁSZ Hálózat


Agenzia per l’Innovazione, lo Sviluppo e la Formazione

United Kingdom

The Consumer Council

Greater Manchester Poverty Action

National Energy Foundation

Affordable Warmth Solutions

Agility Eco Services

Beverly Clifton Morris

Hamilton (Building Contractors)

Engie Places & Communities (Keepmoat Regeneration)

Wigan Council

Bristol City Council

Oldham Council

The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources - University College London

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