The policy overview of the development of energy policy & vulnerability at EU level I wrote for the ESRC Just Energy research project has been published
In the article on the consumer in alternative dispute resolution, we invite the reader to reflect on consumer expectations in Consumer ADR
I was invited to talk about energy poverty mitigation initiatives in Europe. I put some existing curative and preventive measures into perspective, such as energy bonuses and retrofitting programmes.
I'm teaming up with Time & Place Consulting, a flexible network of independent European consultants and experts with complementary talents
I am back from the Citizen’s energy forum, the annual European Commission’s convention which has been steering EU’s energy consumer policies for the last ten years. New business models and ADR were at the centre of the 10th meeting.
One of the key aims of the ESRC Just Energy project is to investigate how vulnerable consumers access justice. Therefore, understanding which consumers are currently excluded from accessing justice through ADR is key, as is providing an overview of recent EU and national measures and policies which seek to address energy poverty and consumer vulnerability in the energy sector.
Often, we don’t realise how important it is to be bold, and how important it is to propose attractive, fit-for-purpose design in order to engage in energy efficiency and sustainability
Now that I am approaching the end of the 'European tour' that I started in May, I can say that I've found more questions than answers, but I also feel much wiser. I received more insight and inspiration than I had in many years.
This blog was originally published on 1st December 2017 in Energy in Demand, a great website for all the energy-geeks around here. The Market Design part of the “Clean Energy For All” package will be adopted in the first part of 2018. The European Commission affirms the intention of the “Clean Energy For All” package … Continue reading Are consumers fit for the new electricity market?
Each year, the Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) provides industry professionals with a unique opportunity to discover the latest innovations and best ideas for creating a sustainable future in Europe. This year, it was also the first time that I participated as a visitor only, the first time that I returned to Brussels since my departure for … Continue reading #EUSEW2018 to Sustainable 2019