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.
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.
Our findings from this 2 year project with 16 researchers in 6 countries and 26 Case studies spanning electric vehicles, home and precinct batteries, air conditioners and other heat pumps is now available, along with an Executive Summary and our recent webinar.
Social license to automate: A critical review of emerging approaches to electricity demand management
The latest publication from the Social License to Automate Task (Adams et al 2021).