Coordinating energy research for a low carbon Europe
As citizen engagement, policy measures and technology progress are driving forward the energy transition in Europe, regional and national governments, as well as the companies from the energy sector are facing serious and unprecedented challenges, such as
Researchers working at the intersection of energy and social and environmental sciences are therefore challenged to come up with new ideas for governing the transition process, and to test and implement them. A radically new perspective is required to understand the transformation of a highly complex system in time of accelerated technical progress. The researchers contributing to this workshop will launch proposals for such a new perspective and submit them to an open idea creation process.
To register for the workshop, please write to the EERA e3s coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop is free of charge, but registration is required.