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
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;
This guide is aimed at introducing a key piece of current EU energy policy – the Strategic Energy Technology Plan or ‘SET-Plan’ – to a wider audience. Whilst we hope it is of use to anyone wanting to learn about the SET-Plan, it is in particular written for researchers working in the energy-related Social
The ETIPs and sectorial fora are in most (but not all) cases focussed around particular low-carbon energy technologies; there is significant potential for cutting edge SSH insights on the human and social components of energy transitions to feed into the ETIPs’ work given the interrelated nature of technologies and the societies in which they
This collection of reports forms part of the scoping work of the Energy Social Sciences and Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET Plan (Energy-SHIFTS). The reports are based on four workshops held in Spring/Summer 2019, which brought together experts from the research and policy sectors to discuss four themes: 1. Social innovation in the
This deliverable aims to be a practical easy-to-use guide for the consortium partners, who have to develop their relevant communications and dissemination activity tasks over the first year of the project.