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Public Engagement for Energy Infrastructure Task

Synopsis

The Public Engagement for Energy Infrastructure Task aims to:

  • identify common challenges and drivers for effective public engagement for energy infrastructure in relation to social, psychological, technical and institutional aspects
  • collect evidence from international case studies about which public engagement approaches are effective or ineffective
  • develop best practice guidance for public engagement around energy infrastructure

Overview

Task Duration:
1 March 2023 – 29 February 2024

Participating Countries:
Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom

Task Leaders:
The Task is jointly led by the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP) and the Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI)

Contact:
For more information on the Task, please contact:
Diana Süsser, Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy: diana@ieecp.org
Stephanie Bätjer, Renewables Grid Initiative: stephanie@renewables-grid.eu

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