Key priorities for Social Science and Humanities research on renewable energies

The final Horizon Scan report produced by the EU Energy Shift project was submitted to the European Commission earlier this week as a conclusion of the whole project lead by the Anglia Ruskin University. WG1 report on renewable energy, I contributed to, is available here or downloadable from the button below:

The report presents 100 questions that have been identified by scientific experts as key priorities for Social Science and Humanities research on renewable energies. These 100 priority questions are grouped into the following 11 themes: Transformative governance, Culture, imaginaries, narratives, Social acceptance, energy democracy, energy justice, Financial and organisational structure, Socio-ecological effects, renewables policy, Renewables system design and integration across sectors, geographies of renewables, Power dynamics & conflicts.

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