School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
The International Energy Vulnerability Network (IEVN) is an international network of researchers, practitioners and policy-makers concerned with access to energy, fuel poverty, vulnerability and social justice in energy matters.
IEVN aims to provide a space for exchanging knowledge and developing joint activities at a range of scales, by breaking down the silos that have traditionally divided academic scholars, non-governmental advocacy and decision-makers interested in issues of energy vulnerability. By emphasising questions of access, justice and capability, it emphasises that the causes of developing-world ‘energy poverty’ and developed-world ‘fuel poverty’ are fundamentally similar.
IEVN maintains a mailing list on Jiscmail – email Stefan Bouzarovski if you would like to join.
The network, which is one of the outcomes of the work of the Interdisciplinary Cluster on Energy Systems, Equity and Vulnerability, has a mailing list which can be accessed here.
Many of the activities of the network are described on the energy vulnerability and urban transitions blog.