Blog Tag: Just Transition

Energ'Ethic E45 Sophie and Louise
Energy Justice & ADR

45 – Marrying Demand-Side Flexibility and Energy Justice

This episode of Energ’Ethic delves into the crucial role of demand-side flexibility (DSF) in accelerating Europe’s green transition. Join us as we uncover how DSF not only promises a more efficient energy grid but also presents the opportunity to lower costs for consumers. Our discussion extends beyond the benefits, tackling the challenges of making DSF accessible and equitable, and the collaborative efforts needed to ensure a socially inclusive energy future. Tune in to understand why DSF is key to a sustainable, just, and economically viable European energy landscape.

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Energy poverty

Renovating Europe’s Homes: A Journey Toward Sustainable Living

In a recent interview with ARTE, I stressed the pressing issue of summer energy poverty in Europe, a challenge that affects 20% of the population. This, along with insights from the Belgian Energy Renovation Week and the ComAct conference, underscores the urgent need for equitable and sustainable home renovations. Our focus must extend beyond energy efficiency to embrace community wellbeing and resilience, especially in the face of summer energy poverty. Join me in exploring how we can transform our approach to create homes that are not just energy-efficient, but inclusive and dignified spaces for all.

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nature-inclusive, people-centred renewables manifesto
Just Transition

50 CSOs call for renewables acceleration to be nature- and community-inclusive

Next Energy Consumer takes a bold step in leading Europe towards energy justice by signing the Manifesto for Nature-inclusive, People-centred Renewable Energy. Discover the five key pillars that aim to make renewable energy beneficial for both nature and communities, setting the stage for a socially equitable and environmentally sustainable future.

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Energy consumers

Can Dynamic Tariffs Alone Alleviate Energy Poverty?

Dynamic tariffs seem to be one of the best options for unlocking the potential of flexibility for consumers. But what is the real impact on energy poverty? Recent research in the United States shows some interesting results

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Next Energy Consumer founder and executive director. Consultant & policy-shaker.

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