- WELLBASED study design paper (August 2022): published in BMC Public Health, this paper describes the study design and intervention conditions through which WELLBASED will collect evidence on energy poverty and health in vulnerable households.
- WELLBASED Pilot sites evaluation framework (D4.1, April 2022): The evaluation study carried out in the pilot cities will measure health and wellbeing effects, energy poverty indicators and energy efficiency, environmental data from the households, feedback and impressions from participants, and cost effectiveness. The framework of this evaluation study is described in this document.
- WELLBASED Reports from the focus group created (D2.4, February 2022): Although this report has particular relevance for the development of the interventions in the WELLBASED project, this report is interesting for those who are interested in co-creation and focus group research, and those interested in the challenges of energy poor households and energy
poor households’ suggestions for measures to support them.
- WELLBASED Seven adapted urban programmes (D2.3, January 2022): The programmes of the 7 pilot cities described in this document represent different urban realities: diverse population characteristics, housing stock, social economic context, health facilities, political backgrounds regarding the fight against EP, climate conditions, etc. Each programme has been adapted to the local situation and some of their differences and common patterns have been analysed and compared in the document.
- WELLBASED General Framework of the Urban Programme (D2.2, November 2021): this document defines a common methodology and framework for the seven WELLBASED Urban Programmes (WUP) based on the social ecological model.
- WELLBASED report on Public Policies and interventions to reduce energy poverty (D2.1, July 2021): A comparative analysis of public policies addressing energy poverty carried out across several European countries.
– Interesting external publications (Scientific articles, reports and other documents)
- Fuel poverty from the bottom-up: Characterising household energy vulnerability through the lived experience of the fuel poor (by L.Middlemiss, R. Gillard, February 2021)
- Understanding the multiple harms of energy poverty through Nussbaum’s theory of central capabilities (by V. Pellicer, N. Simcock, A. Boni, August 2021): Drawing on interviews with 109 households in 4 European countries, the paper demonstrates how 6 of the 10 central capabilities – namely bodily health, emotions, affiliation, play, practical Reason and senses, imagination & thought – can be directly harmed by energy poverty.
- Poverty and Mindsets (by Laura Cassio with Zsuzsa Blasko and Alice Szczepanikova, 2021): How poverty and exclusion over generations affect aspirations, hope and decisions, and how to address it
- Analyzing energy poverty using intelligent approach (by Rajic et al., 2020): This research represents a new approach to neural network application in energy systems and energy resource planning activities with the aim of analyzing energy poverty with real socio-economic data.