The UsersTCP Task Public Engagement in Energy Infrastructure summarises its new report into a 2-page factsheet to allow an easy understanding of the key research results.
The UsersTCP Task Public Engagement in Energy Infrastructure summarises its new report into a slide pack to allow an easy understanding of the key research results.
This report aims to identify common socio-psychological, socio-technical and institutional challenges and drivers for effective public engagement in energy infrastructure, and to explore how barriers can be overcome.
How is the image of Sweden as champion of gender equality and promoter of welfare policies holding when digging deep into Sweden’s Integrated Energy and Climate Plan?
Social license to automate batteries? Australian householder conditions for participation in Virtual Power Plants
This paper has been published in ERSS and is co-authored by Mike B. Roberts, Sophie M. Adams and Declan Kuch.
Hard-to-reach energy users: An ex-post cross-country assessment of behavioural-oriented interventions
This paper has been published in ERSS and is co-authored by Luis Mundaca, Sea Rotmann, Kira Ashby, Beth Karlin, Danielle Butler, Miguel Macias Sequeira, Joao Pedro Gouveia, Pedro Palma, Anna Realini, Simone Maggiore and Marielle Feenstra.
How technology developers can contribute to making sustainable energy supply more equal in terms of accessibility to ensure the participation of all.
The paper discusses the gendered differences in the build-up of interest and expertise in household smart grids, in connection to experiences of control, comfort, safety and trust.
Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) White Paper – Gender and Technology: The Case of the Energy Sector
This paper discusses how energy policies are gender blind and as a result, their lowered effectiveness and unintended effects.
Fundamental changes are transforming energy markets globally. Distributed energy resources (DERs), such as photovoltaic (PV) and wind generators, and storage devices are being installed at ever increasing rates.
GO-P2P Subtask 1 – Impact of Local Energy Markets Integration in Power Systems Layer: A Comprehensive Review
In June 2018, the European Union (EU) agreed a legal framework for prosumership as part of the recast of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II). This puts consumers in the centre of energy transition and introduces Citizen Energy Communities and Renewable Energy Communities.
GO-P2P Subtask 4 – Social and economic value in emerging decentralized energy business models: A critical review
In recent years, numerous studies have explored the opportunities and challenges for emerging decentralized energy systems and business models. However, few studies have focused specifically on the economic and
Smart Home Technologies (SHTs) are believed to have potential to support reduced carbon emissions. These technologies can include, but are not limited to, smart heating, lighting and cooling, electric vehicle charging and a broad variety of smart domestic appliances.