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.

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Renewables (excl. transport fuels) 235
Smart consumption 176
Energy efficiency 205
Transport 109
Carbon Capture and Storage 67
Nuclear 44

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We have found 258 policy workers and/or organisations. Showing from 81 to 90.
  • Energetyka24

    Poland

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency Transport Carbon Capture and Storage Nuclear
    carbon taxes; citizen engagement; fuel poverty; urban design; climate diplomacy
  • Energieinstitut der Wirtschaft GmbH (Austria)

    Austria

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Energy efficiency
    sustainable growth
  • Energy Centre Bratislava

    Slovakia

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency
    carbon taxes, energy efficiency, fuel poverty, climate diplomacy
  • Energy Cities

    Belgium

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency Transport
    local participation, energy democracy, consumption and production patterns, participative governance
  • Maurer, Christiane [Individual]

    Senior Project manager
    Energy Cities | France
    Energy efficiency Renewables (excluding transport fuels)
    citizen participation; local energy-climate policy; energy democracy
  • Cohen, Jed [Individual]

    Senior Expert
    Energy Economics | Energy Institute at Johannes Kepler University | Austria
    Smart consumption Energy efficiency
    social acceptance, energy behaviors, mobility choice, community financing
  • Jed, Cohen [Individual]

    Senior Expert
    Energy Economics | Energy Institute at Johannes Kepler University | Austria
    Smart consumption Renewables (excluding transport fuels)
    social acceptance, household adoption, energy cooperatives, smart technology uptake
  • Energy Norway

    Norway

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Energy efficiency
    renewable energy industry in Norway,, emissions, organisations
  • Energy Post

    Netherlands

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency Transport Carbon Capture and Storage Nuclear
    Examples: carbon taxes; citizen engagement; fuel poverty; urban design; climate diplomacy
  • Energy Saving Trust

    United Kingdom (UK)

    Renewables (excluding transport fuels) Smart consumption Energy efficiency
    Household; citizen engagement; energy efficiency