EnergyMeasures: Tailored measures supporting energy vulnerable households

Horizon 2020 LC-SC3-EC-2-2020 – Mitigating household energy poverty

Sep 2020 – Aug 2023 | Budget: €1,995,575 | UCC Budget: €310,000 

Coordinator & UCC Principal Investigator:  Dr Niall Dunphy | Co-investigator:  Dr Breffní Lennon

The aim of EnergyMeasures to to identify and recruit energy poor households, who will be provided with low-cost energy measures and facilitated to change their energy-related behaviors and practices through an approach that takes account of the physcial nature of their housing units and is reflective of the lived experience of the household members. This work is being complemented by working with relevant actors to address structural issues surrounding energy poverty through the development of policy and practice measures.

Further information is available from the project website


Consortium: University College Cork (Coordinator), Energy Action CLG (IE), Duneworks BV (NL), Stichting PON (NL), and Gemeente Einhoven (NL); APB Kamp C (BE) Samenlevingsopbouw Antwerpen Provincie vzw (BE), Stowarzyszenie Gmin Polska Sieć Energie Cités (PL) Habidom residential buidling management company (MK) EcoEnergy Municipal Energy Network Association (BG), Tighean Innse Gall (UK), Oikoplus KG (AT)

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation under Grant Agreement no 894759

Cleaner Production Promotion Unit

G.03 Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, Lee Road, Cork T23 XE10, Ireland