See in Catalan and European Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in this site default language. You may click one of the links to switch the site language to another available language. Els Punts d’Assessorament Energètic (PAE) impulsats pel Ajuntament de Barcelona conformen el Servei de detecció i reducció […]
Fuel Poverty Care Points is a municipal service to inform and assist families and individuals at risk of fuel poverty From November 2015 to March 2016 Ecoserveis have been commissioned to develop the pilot proof of this points for Barcelona City Council in the neighbourhoods of Sants-Montjuic, Nou Barris, Sant Andreu and Sant Martí. Fuel […]
The CAF: a tool against fuel poverty Can we prevent energy poverty and residential exclusion through citizen networks of mutual aid? Can we solve situations of vulnerability without depending on external support? A service-learning project that improves the comfort of people excluded and allows to save money on utility bills through microloans to finance improvements […]
The non-profit sector and the Barcelona City Council united in the fight against fuel poverty The Federation of Catalan Entities for Social Action and the Barcelona City Council have joined forces to launch an ambitious program that began with a double objective: in one hand, to fight against fuel poverty, and on the other hand, […]
In recent years, the progressive impoverishment of the population, the low quality of the building and the high price of electricity has meant that many neighbours found themselves in difficulties to deal with invoices. For this reason, we propose to transform the calories burned by participating in a race, per kWh of electricity and gas […]
Smart-Up aims to encourage the active use of smart meters and in-house display by vulnerable consumers. 5,000 vulnerable households will be involved in 5 partner countries. The project includes actions relating to the training of installers, social workers and other local actors in close contact with vulnerable households.