Cost

 

 
We are very grateful for the financial support of the UK Social Policy Association, the Queen's University School of Law and Human Rights Centre, the Queen's University Postgraduate Centre and the University of Ulster Fuel Poverty Research Group, whose funds have made this event free for all to attend. 

If necessary we will also be able to cover travel and accommodation costs for those wishing to attend this event. For more details on this please contact the organizers.
QUB Human Rights Centre
University of Ulster
Social Policy Association

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  1. Dear organizing committee,

    I am a Research Associate in energy systems modelling working at UCL Energy Institute (London) and I am really interested in attending this.

    My current research is concerned with modelling distributional impacts and introduce fuel poverty measurement in Energy Systems Models.

    I hope I am still on time to register, and if that is the case I would appreciate to receive information on the travel costs and event organization (if there is some time for presentations for the participants or it will be mostly organised as a Conference) for planning purposes.

    Thanks so much for your attention,
    Nagore

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