Fuel poverty can directly and indirectly impact people’s mental and physical health — Energy in Demand – Sustainable Energy – Rod Janssen

With energy prices skyrocketing, there are major concerns of how they impact on vulnerable segments of society. Apostolos Davillas, Associate Professor in Health Economics at University of East Anglia; Andrew Burlinson, Lecturer in Energy Economics at the University of East Anglia; and Hui-Hsuan Liu, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Comparative Biomedical Science at the Royal […]

Fuel poverty can directly and indirectly impact people’s mental and physical health — Energy in Demand – Sustainable Energy – Rod Janssen

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