EAP and FOCUS will conduct specialised bilateral online sessions with two other highly motivated organisations.In the online sessions, EAP and FOCUS will forward their experience in preparing the Woodstove Roadmaps, explain the rationale behind the Methodology, and provide valuable insights into the process of mapping the energy poverty and its impacts. The EEC replicating organisations will be offered exclusive expert and technical support when replicating the methodology of the project.
A call for replicators will be issued in February 2019.
The InventAir project will hold its final EU-wide webinar to transfer the knowledge and capacity gathered by the partners to other EU-organisations. The webinar will cover the history and evolution of the energy poverty and clean air, specifics of the EEC that could be relevant to whole EU, recommendations for policy developments to support the sustainable and resilient communities. The outcomes of the Woodstove changeout roadmaps will be presented to the participants as real-life application of the Methodological framework for mapping energy poverty and its impacts.
The dates of the final webinar will be announced in early 2019.