Access to energy is fundamental to improving quality of life and is a key imperative for economic and social development. However, energy poverty is rife in developing countries and increasingly a pressure point for households in the countries of the Eastern Partnership.  It is vital that governments, business and civil society better understand the dynamics of energy poverty so to develop policy to tackle the challenge.

The EaP Civil Society Fellow, Tutana Kvaratskhelia, is a senior energy policy analyst who will lead a webinar to strengthen our understanding of Energy Poverty.  The webinar will draw on Tutana’s research in Georgia and on Andrii Ursta’s work in Ukraine.

Download the latest report Understanding the Energy Poverty in Georgia produced by Tutana Kvaratskhelia (World Experience for Georgia) and Ute Dubois (ISG International Business School, Paris, France). 


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