9% of EU population unable to keep home warm in 2022

In 2022, 9.3% of the EU population declared that they were not able to keep their home adequately warm. Compared with 2021, this share increased by 2.4 percentage points (pp).

The situation varied across the EU countries. The highest shares of people unable to keep their home adequately warm were registered in Bulgaria (22.5%), Cyprus (19.2%), Greece (18.7%), Lithuania and Portugal (both 17.5%), Spain (17.1%) and Romania (15.2%).

In contrast, Finland (1.4%), Luxembourg (2.1%), Slovenia (2.6%), Austria (2.7%), Czechia (2.9%), Sweden (3.3%) and Estonia (3.4%) reported the lowest shares.