(t)ERES (Energy-related economic stress in the UK, at the interface between transport, housing and fuel poverty) is a 18-months research project (2014-2016) that focuses on issues of affordability in transport and related areas. It is funded by EPSRC and is attached to the End Use Energy Demand (EUED) research centre DEMAND (Dynamics of Energy, Mobility and Demand, 2013-2018).

A longer description of the project (in academic style) is available here.

This blog will include posts with thoughts, data and findings arising from (t)ERES as well as from DEMAND’s Project 4.2 (Need, mobility poverty and the ethics of the future cost of mobility, 2014-2016).