Drivers and barriers of public engagement in energy infrastructure – Check now the Report from the Public Engagement Task
The Public Engagement for Energy Infrastructure Task has published its first report and slide pack on drivers and barriers of public engagement in energy infrastructure. Public engagement for energy
Join the Public Engagement for Energy Infrastructure and the Behavioural Insights Platform Tasks at the BEHAVE Conference 2023
The 7th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency (BEHAVE 2023), organized by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and the European Energy Network (EnR), will take place on 28-29
What drives and deters public participation in energy infrastructure development? This was the key question we addressed during our presentation at the General Conference of the European Consortium for
Bike to work or install solar panels? Gender affects our view of sustainability and how we plan our energy consumption. In a collaboration between HSB Living Lab and the product design studio Boid, in Gothenburg, Sweden, a concept is now being developed for how households’ energy systems can become more inclusive, equal and efficient.
The Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI), one of the leading organisations for UsersTCP’s Public Engagement Task, facilitated a special session during the first High-Level Electricity Grids Forum: Future of Our Grids.
Recent research from our Social License to Automate and Hard-to-Reach Energy Users Tasks have been published online under the Energy Research & Social Science section of ScienceDirect.
Behave 2023, the 7th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency by the European Energy Network (EnR, the network of European energy agencies) will take place in Maastricht, the
The European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) will organise their General Conference on 4-8 September 2023 in Prague. Bringing together different perspectives of political research within the European context,
The 9th Energy Infrastructure Forum On 12-13 June 2023, the European Commission in cooperation with the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities organized the 9th Energy Infrastructure Forum.
The women are illiterate and live in traditional, patriarchal societies, but are given the opportunity to become solar engineers and lead the electrification of their home villages. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden are now examining the ground-breaking initiative in Zanzibar, focusing on the social and unequal conditions of the energy transition – and on how power structures can be overturned.
Our new CampaignXchange Task has commenced, coordinated by the IEA Secretariat, designed to support countries running energy savings campaigns.
The GO-P2P Concept Paper that our GO-P2P Task Leaders lead on has made the top 10 downloads from the section of the SSRN repository it’s housed on.
We are thrilled to announce that the BI Platform has been awarded funding by J-PAL’s King Climate Action Initiative (K-CAI). The funding will be used to match the contributions of the Task Participants and to deepen the scope of the activities carried in Phase 3 of the Users TCP BI Platform.
Our latest Policy Brief is an overview for policy makers highlighting key observations and findings from stage one of the Task which concluded in October 2021 with the publication of their final report “Social License to Automate” Emerging Approaches to Demand Side Management”.
The follow-up Task “Social License to Automate 2.0” aims at developing a more in-depth and expanded understanding of how the granting of a social license to automate can be supported in a more inclusive and community-oriented manner.