In 10 years, from 2005 to 2015, AISFOR organized many training courses and development projects at regional, national and European level.
Continuous improvement and attention to detail to the satisfaction of users, partners and employees have been our guide.
To all those who have worked with us we thank with the hope to renew and increase the common experiences in the next 100 years.
Horizon magazine, the EU research and innovation magazine, has published the article 'Why providing the necessary energy to end poverty need not cost the Earth', which analises European projects exemplifing that "a growing demand for better homes, transport and electricity does not necessarily mean runaway greenhouse gas …read all
Fuel poverty has become a major problem in Europe. There are between 50 and 125 million people who struggle every day to ensure adequate heating, light, and cooking power in their dwelling at …read all
AISFOR has been selected by the 2017-2018 programme "Social Innovation to Tackle Fuel Poverty", launched by the Schneider Electric Foundation, Ashoka and Enel, as one of the 15 more innovative …read all
AISFOR, formed by its members in early 2005, has the corporate mission to provide assistance and advice to its clients to optimize their organization, operation and productivity through training …leggi tutto
ASSIST - Support Network for Household Energy Saving
ASSIST is a European project with a general objective to contribute to tackle energy poverty and more specicialluy to support vulnerable consumers to efficiently manage their domestic energy consumption.
ASSIST, funded by the European …