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CENSE After Lunch Talk, July 27, 14h00

"Revealing the Hidden Link - Energy Poverty and Self- Restricted Energy Use in Austria", with Kristina Eisfeld.

Kristina Elsfeld is a sociologist and climate policy researcher with a diverse educational background spanning multiple . universities, including Göttingen, Bielefeld, Uppsala, and Vienna. Currently, she is actively involved in addressing energy poverty and promoting renewable energy solutions through her work at Climate Alliance, specifically within the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub and the LIFE project RENOVERTY. Prior to her engagement with Climate Alliance, she coordinated the Horizon 2020 project GREEN Home, focusing on developing innovative business and financing models for homeowner associations. Kristina has also taught at the University of Innsbruck and the University of Vienna, conducting research in areas such as Environmental Sociology, Comparative Social Policy, and Multilevel Governance.

If you cannot attend in person, the talk will also be streamed here: