Sybille and Andrzej undertook SHAPE ENERGY funded internship in January 2018 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Find out more about their experience in this video they made.
Dr. Gerd Schönwälder, Policy Officer at the European Commission, explains how SHAPE ENERGY fits into Horizon 2020 and what the European Commission expects from it.
Professor Patrizia Lombardi provides here the latest information on the Sandpits for H2020 and FP9 interdisciplinary projects.
Together with Cambridge City Council and our project coordinator Anglia Ruskin University, we invited local stakeholders concerned with the future of housing in Cambridge.
Our project partner Politecnico di Torino together with IREN invited local stakeholders to focus on the challenges related to the decentralisation of energy production and transmission in Turin.
Our first city workshop took place in Riga. Together with local government, business, academics and community groups we explored local energy challenges.
In September 2017 all SHAPE ENERGY partners met in Brussels to learn about storytelling for interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder working. See our videos here.
Our partner the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is coordinating the SHAPE ENERGY Research Design Challenge funded with up to 2.500 Euros.
Our pluridisciplinary summer school for PhD researchers working within energy-related Social Science and Humanities (SSH) took place in Lyon from 19-23 June 2017.
On 30 May 2017 the SHAPE ENERGY team ran a solutions workshop at the eceee 2017 summer study entitled The good, the bad and the ugly of interdisciplinary energy research.