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While the issues raised are of course complex and overlapping, the report discusses the policy questions using a five-part structure of thematic categories:Citizen Engagement; Social Acceptance; Just Transitions; Behaviours; and Human Capital
Created to support the implementation of the SET-Plan, The European Technology and Innovation Platforms (ETIPs) bring together key actors like EU countries, industry and researchers to promote the market uptake of key energy technologies by pooling funding, skills, and research facilities.
The European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) is a key stepping-stone to boost the transition towards a climate neutral energy system through the development of low-carbon technologies in a fast and cost-competitive way. Elena Dufour from EERA explains us how this Plan promotes cooperation among EU countries, research institutions and companies.
Horizon Scanning is a type of Foresight method used to bring together new disciplines and expertise in new ways, to undertake systematic and usually fairly comprehensive evaluations of emerging trends, issues, priorities, etc. Our four policy-focussed Horizon Scans will each detail the top 100 energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research questions that the
Policy Associate opportunity for Social Sciences & Humanities researchers: linking energy research to policyInma Garrido2019-12-16T10:50:48+00:00
Deadline for applications is Thursday 9 January 2020 (24:00 – CET) Queries can be directed to email@example.com.
These Terms of Reference publications are the first in a series of documents that our Working Groups activity will produce; they cover the aims, scope, purpose, boundaries, timelines, and initial Working Group member names. These publications cover the four Working Group topics: Renewables; Smart Consumption; Energy Efficiency; Transport;
Our partners Dr Chris Foulds (ARU) and Prof. Marianne Ryghaug (NTNU) were invited by the European Commission’s DG for Research & Innovation to be on a panel at the European Research & Innovation Days Policy Conference
The deadline for applications is Thursday 31 October 2019 at midnight CET. The application should be submitted in two parts. (1) Interested applicants should send their CV to Tessa de Geus (firstname.lastname@example.org) and (2) via the Google Forms survey.
Reflections on the Energy-SHIFTS Workshop, “Use of evidence in energy policy: the roles, capacities and expectations of Social Sciences & Humanities”