|09:00 – 09:30||Arrival, tea & coffee and registration|
|09:30||Welcome, Ben Christman & Ryan Walker|
|09:30 – 11:00||Guest presentations – Working on Fuel Poverty in Northern Ireland
Pat Austin (National Energy Action Northern Ireland).
Oliver McHugh (Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland).
Dean McBride (Office of First & Deputy First Minister, Northern Ireland).
|11:00 – 11:30||Break for tea & coffee|
|11:30 – 13:00||Session 1 (a) Households, Health and Energy efficiencyFelicity Davies, The lived experience of fuel poverty: A retrofit case study in East London.
Chris Maidment,The impact of household energy efficiency measures on health: A meta-analysis.
(b) Fuel Poverty and Governance
Ruth Bush, Local authority decision-making on district heating – implications for fuel poverty.
Ben Christman, Energy poverty in EU energy-climate law: left out in the cold?
Ron Mould, Differential heating costs between rural and urban homes.
|13:00 – 14:00||Break for Lunch|
|14:00 – 15:30||Session 2 (a) EU Perspectives on Fuel PovertySergio Tirado-Herrero, Energy vulnerability in the EU: a multi-scalar assessment of domestic energy deprivation patterns.
Pau Lillo Rodrigo, Analysing the influence of the Energy Model on Fuel Poverty and the role of citizenship mobilization: case study of the Platform for a New Energy Model in Spain.
Anne Baudaux, Energy poverty in Brussels: first results of a qualitative survey.
(b) Conceptualising Fuel Poverty
Martin Kunze, Corporate Social Responsibility & Welfare State Institutions: The case of the energy market in a German-British comparison.
Victoria Pellicer Sifres, A broader conceptualization of Fuel Poverty: contributions from the Human Development approach.
Kirsten Jenkins, Energy justice, a whole systems approach
|15:30 – 16:00||Break for tea & coffee|
|16:00 – 17:00||Summary session
Christine Liddell (University of Ulster)Brief report back from each of the parallel sessions.
Summary of key emergent themes.
Discussion of the way forward.