This series of masterclasses will synthesize the project main findings to foster the implementation of SET-Plan. It contains 4 pairs of tailored lessons for the key European audiences: policyworkers, 3rd Sector and NGO community, energy technologist community, media and journalists.

The objective of the classes is to provide more in-depth knowledge on using SSH perspective in energy policymaking. Further, it creates the space for social dialogue around SET-Plan and the roles played in its implementation by different social actors.

Each of the four face-to-face sessions will be translated into the webinar freely available on- line. Masterclasses will offer practical advice addressing the particular needs of professionals working on energy issues.

  • EU policyworkers, ‘Putting citizens and consumers at the heart of EU energy policymaking: priorities for the new Commission term’; hosted by E3G (with EERA) in Brussels.

  • EU Energy Technologist community, ‘How do you embed SSH in technical energy projects?’; delivered by ARU targeted in Brussels, with energy technologist network organisations and funding support agencies being the target.

  • EU 3rd sector and NGO community, ‘Energy for Citizens – how to build engagement and action’; hosted by Jagiellonian University, co-hosted by Friends of the Earth Europe, with support from the Polish Green Network, in Krakow.

  • EU energy journalists and media community, covering ‘The Energy Shift – supporting public dialogue on energy issues’; hosted by Jagiellonian University (with Acento) with support from Energy Post and the Spanish Association of Environmental Journalists, in Granada.

Contact person: Aleksandra Wagner, Jagiellonian University