The human and social aspects of the energy transition have for too long been ignored as decisionmakers focus on technological innovations. It is crucial that Horizon Europe – the EU’s upcoming major research funding programme – includes support for
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Read the key findings of the workshop that METU organized last december in Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
Designing future energy policies: Social sciences and humanities to accelerate the energy transition
A brief overview of our final meeting in Brussels.
SHAPE ENERGY used sandpits to promote intensive discussion forums, where free thinking was encouraged to delve into the problems and explore innovative solutions concerning EU energy policy. All the sessions (which where the products of the storytelling
Press Release: ‘No path to a just energy transition without Social Sciences and Humanities research’
Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) must be a more prominent recipient of the European Union’s Horizon Europe energy research and innovation funding opportunities – some €100bn for the 2021-2027 period.
Why are social sciences important? What could be done to integrate them more in future energy policies? What are you priorities and expectations from the new Horizon Europe famework?
In this guest blogpost, Dominique Ristori explains that Accelerating the clean energy transition is a clear priority and a real opportunity that the EU is committed to.
In this guest blogpost, Kathleen Van Brempt explains that we cannot solely rely on technology to stem climate change.
In this guest blogpost, Michaël Gillis talks about priorities, expectations and the relationship between SSH and energy policy development.
This is a brief summary of SHAPE ENERGY’s ‘Research & Innovation Agenda 2020-2030’, which highlights how energy-SSH can be better embedded into energy policymaking, innovation and research over the next decade. You can download the infographic here.