Energy poor households: Energy poverty affects mostly low-income households – retired people, unemployed or poorly paid, dependent on social benefits. Their economic disadvantage is often matched with poor energy efficiency of their homes.
Local actors that can help address energy poverty: This target group was a diverse one. It was composed of social care/support services, local authorities, social advisors, schools, local energy providers, building manager and other actors.
Local, national and EU level decision makers: Decision-makers are the politicians and members of public authorities that are able to impact decisions on policies and measures (such as mayors, parliament members or local/national officials working on specific issues). The action deepened their understanding of the energy poverty problem and equiped them with a range of possible solutions to address the problem.