The Energy-SHIFTS policyworkers database intends to bring together on one platform individuals and organisations working on the social aspects of energy in the European energy policy space.
The searchable database contains key details of policy-oriented individuals and organisations involved in European energy policy. This should help capture a concrete picture of the energy policy community and facilitate contacts among policyworkers as well as with energy-Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) researchers.
Griffa, Arianna [Individual]
Energy Policy AdvisorMarkets, Policy and Regulation | Energy Systems Catapult | United Kingdom (UK)Smart consumption Energy efficiencycarbon pricing and distributional impacts; uptake of low-carbon heating; local flexibility market and prosumers; electrification of transport
BelgiumRenewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiencyEnergy Cities want a radical transformation of the energy systems and policies, giving citizens the power to shape a decentralised and renewable energy future.
NorwayRenewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency Transport Carbon Capture and Storagefocus on new sources of clean energy, reduce overall energy consumption, and to provide educational materials to the public promoting energy-efficient practices.
Røkke, Rune [Individual]
Climate FinanceEnova SF | Enova SF | NorwayRenewables (excluding transport fuels) TransportHuman bias, market failure, nudge, climate risk, climate rating
SwitzerlandRenewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency
Binder, Claudia R. [Individual]
Prof.Human Environment Relations in Urban Systems | EPFL Lausanne | SwitzerlandSmart consumption Energy efficiencysocial acceptance, energy transition, governance, decentralized energy, policy, citizen engagement
Wyss, Romano [Individual]
ScientistHuman Environment Relations in Urban Systems | EPFL Lausanne | SwitzerlandRenewables (excluding transport fuels) Transporttransition, civil society engagement, resilience, social acceptance, governance
Essex County Council
United Kingdom (UK)Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency TransportEnergy investment; decentralised energy generation; energy efficiency
Taylor, Nigel [Individual]
Project LeaderEnergy Efficiency and Renewables | EU - Joint Research Center (JRC) | ItalyRenewables (excluding transport fuels) Energy efficiencydemocratisation of energy, public acceptance
EU Energy Poverty Observatory
United Kingdom (UK)Smart consumption Energy efficiencyFuel poverty; energy poverty; innovative policies and practices; multiple benefits; public engagement