Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts (JP e3s)
AIT (AT), Austrian Joanneum Research (AUT), BERA (BE), CIEMAT (ES), CIRCE (ES), CVREZ (CZ), Cyprus Institute (CY), ECN (NL), ENEA (IT), Energie Institut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (AT), IFP Energies Nouvelles (FR), Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) (NO), IREC (ES), I-tésé (Institute for techno-economics of energy systems) (CEA) (FR), Izmir University of Economics (TR), KHAS Kadir Has University (TK), KIT-ITAS (DE), Middle East Technical University (TR), Newcastle University (UK) NTNU (NO), HVL (NO), Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (SSUP) (IT), SINTEF (NO), Technical University of Denmark (DTU) (DK), TECNALIA (ES), The Institute of Power Engineering (IEn) (PL), TU Delft (NL); UKERC (UK), University of Bologna (IT), University of Groningen (NL), UNITO (IT), Utrecht University (NL), VTT (FIN), PARAGON EUROPE (MT), University of Padova (IT)
Why a Joint Programme on the Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts of Energy Policies and Technologies (“e3s”)?
Europe has adopted more ambitious energy policy objectives to achieve a low carbon scenario by 2050. The changes in energy policy reflect a re-orientation away from specific technological solutions and markets towards ‘system’ transformation. This reorientation recognises that technological solutions alone are likely to be insufficient to address the ‘grand challenges’ in energy and that enhanced policy advice is necessary to understand the complex interaction of a variety of socio-technical elements, such as consumer behaviour and acceptance, markets and technologies.
SP1: Public perception and engagement
Coordinated by Prof. Asgeir Tomasgard, NTNU
SP2: Market design for energy transition
Coordinated by Michael Belsnes, SINTEF (NO)
SP3: Life Cycle Approach for evaluating the sustainability performance of energy technologies – Coordinated by Dr. Yolanda Lechón, CIEMAT (ES)
SP4: Energy models for a system assessment of European low-carbon energy futures: markets, environmental and economic impacts
Coordinated by Dr. Maria R. Virdis, ENEA (IT)
SP5: Sustainable low-carbon platform – Coordinated by Tiina Koljonen VTT (FI)