New Policy Brief from Social License to Automate Task
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
New Users TCP Task “Social License to Automate 2.0” launches November 23rd 2022
What will end-users do, if they are asked to trust someone to control their heating, storage battery use, or dishwasher? The importance of this question is growing as grid
Social License to Automate – Final Report & Executive Summary released
The Social License to Automate Task has investigated the social dimensions of user engagement with automated technologies in energy systems to understand how end-user trust to automate is built
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). Highlights include: Critically examines the role of a ‘social license to automate’ in automated DSM.