Opinion Factsheet  

Flernivåstyre och sektorsövergripande samarbete för att bekämpa energifattigdom

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Opinion Number: CDR 5877/2018
Rapporteur: 
Commission: ENVE
Status: Adopted
Date: 27/06/2019
 
The objectives of the opinion are to:
• analyse the impact on Regional and Local governments of new binding requirements included in the Clean Energy Package;
• analyse how the new Clean Energy Package is dealing with energy poverty, with a view to multilevel governance and implementation;
• highlight local and regional needs related to energy poverty policies and actions;
• analyse how the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy is dealing with energy poverty and the impact of this 'new pillar' on the Covenant Community.

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EUSEW session on energy poverty

During the EU Sustainable Energy Week, the CoR co-organises a session on Multilevel and participatory action to tackle energy poverty.
https://www.eusew.eu/multilevel-and-participatory-action-tackle-energy-poverty

 
19 Jun
 

Territorial Impact Assessment on energy poverty

The concept of territorial impact assessment (TIA) aims at showing the regional differentiation of the impact of EU policies. The ESPON TIA Tool is an interactive web application that can be used to support policy makers and practitioners with identifying, ex-ante, potential territorial impacts of new EU Legislations, Policies and Directives (LPDs). The ‘ESPON TIA Quick Check’ approach combines a workshop setting for identifying systemic relations between a policy and its territorial consequences with a set of indicators describing the sensitivity of European regions.
It helps to steer an expert discussion about the potential territorial effects of an EU policy proposal by checking all relevant indicators in a workshop setting. The results of the guided expert discussion are judgments about the potential territorial impact of an EU policy considering different thematic fields (economy, society, environment, governance) for a range of indicators. These results are fed into the ESPON TIA Quick Check web tool.

 
02 May