Energy poverty

From poverty to energy injustice

To end energy injustice we need to guarantee rights, because vulnerability comes hand-in-hand with difficulties to access housing, and access to other basic services and utilities such as electricity, gas, running water, telephone services or the internet.

Marta Segú is the director of Probitas Foundation.

Marta Segú: "We have changed the lives of populations that did not have access to electricity or resources to pay for it"

The director of the Probitas Foundation explains that the project of renewable energies in different hospitals has allowed to provide quality healthcare to vulnerable countries as Sierra Leona and Angola.

How can we fight against homelessness?

We are breaching a long list of rights to people who are sleeping on the streets. 

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The project Together4Energy has kicked off

This initiative is a European-wide project and one of its main goals is to foster a greater knowledge on the impact of energy poverty.

Energy transition, a pressing matter

Any palliative solution will not change the structural causes of the disempowerment of citizens, write Mònica Guiteras and Lourdes Berdié.

Energy transition, a pressing matter

Any palliative solution will not change the structural causes of the disempowerment of citizens, write Mònica Guiteras and Lourdes Berdié.

Energy poverty: causes and effects

The director of Fundació La Vinya shares his thoughts on the causes and effects of the lack of access to energy in Spain.