The pan-European conference will provide the opportunity to widely share Forum results on the integration of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in EU energy policymaking to a varied audience.

The pan-European conference offers a platform to share recommendations elaborated as part of the two-year long Energy-SHIFTS project on SSH in the SET-Plan, the future direction of FP9 and ongoing EU-level energy-SSH advice mechanisms.

Key aspects

  • Brussels-based event including more than 130 Forum stakeholders.

  • Wide audience of policy workers, academics, civil society, experts involved or interested in better integrating SSH in EU policymaking.

  • Broad engagement through livestream facility.

  • Informal networking opportunities with a mix of energy-SSH stakeholders represented.