Social License to Automate Policy Brief
In its first phase, the Social License to Automate Task undertook original research involving 26 residential demand-side automation projects across Australia, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
Social License to Automate: Emerging Approaches to Demand Side Management – Executive Summary
The Social License to Automate Task has investigated the social dimensions of user engagement with automated technologies in energy systems to understand how householder trust to automate is built and maintained in different jurisdictions and settings.
Social License to Automate: Emerging Approaches to Demand Side Management
A significant energy transition is underway across the participating countries in this project, and indeed beyond. In each country, this transition involves significant challenges associated with the relationship between transmission, distribution, and consumption of energy.