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ENABLE.EU at the 29th Economic Forum: Reflecting the energy transition in Europe

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The Energy Forum of the 29th Economic Forum (03-05.09.2019, Krynica-Zdroj, Poland) focused on the energy transition in Europe, particularly on renewable energy sources, energy efficiency, energy saving, consumer behaviour, electrification of transport, renewables in heating, and investments in energy projects. Experts from the ENABLE.EU project, Mykhailo Gonchar, President of the Centre for Global Studies “Strategy […]

ENABLE.EU final conference announcement

Register now for the ENABLE.EU final conference!

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Enabling the Energy Transition: Understanding the drivers of energy choices in Europe Thursday 26 September 2019 Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi 75 Brussels, Belgium Join us to understand how behaviours and practices shape the energy transition. As the European Union embraces a citizen-oriented energy transition, we have researched how individuals make energy choices […]


ENABLE.EU at the EU Study Days in Odessa

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During the EU Study Days on 4-6 July 2019 in Odessa (Ukraine), Vitalii Martyniuk lectured to students from different Ukrainian universities and presented ENABLE.EU’s results. He told them about the EU policies and practices of energy security, renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy saving and presented the project’s outcomes in those areas. Students analysed energy […]

ENABLE.EU on energy efficiency in Kiev on June 26

ENABLE.EU discusses energy efficiency, EU cooperation in Kiev

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At the discussion during the conference “Energy efficiency: challenges, prospects and possibilities to cooperate with the EU”, organised by the Institute of Regional Development on June 26, 2019 in Kiev, Ukraine, Vitalii Martyniuk, Executive Director of CGSS21, talked about the ENABLE.EU project, presented its outcomes on factors influencing consumers’ decisions to use energy efficient technologies, […]

CGSS21 meeting in Ukraine June 19

ENABLE.EU’s outputs stimulate discussions in Ukraine

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How can we motivate local authorities to adopt energy efficient measures? ENABLE.EU’s results lead to some interesting discussions in Ukraine Experts from the ENABLE.EU project from the Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” (CGSS21, Ukraine) presented ways to motivate consumers to use energy efficient technologies and equipment and to encourage households to install small solar […]

Results from ENABLE.EU’s session at EUSEW

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Getting consumers on board is essential in shaping Europe’s energy future. However, despite a range of research and policy initiatives, there is a lack of understanding of the underlying factors that drive consumer choices and of the effective solutions and tools that increase their participation in the energy system. This is why ENABLE.EU, ESMIG, the […]

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ENABLE.EU is getting noticed!

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We must understand how citizens make energy-related choices if we are to develop efficient policy measures that will lead to more sustainable energy practices This, ENABLE.EU’s primary mission, has never been more important, as can be seen by a number of articles that have come out recently about the project. The first of these articles […]


ENABLE.EU presented at the ECEEE Summer Study

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On June 4, 2019, Elena López (Basque Centre for Climate Change) presented ENABLE.EU’s results at the Summer Study organised by the European Council for Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE). The Summer Study is the most important energy efficiency event in Europe, providing an ideal opportunity to highlight the findings from the ENABLE.EU project. Elena López presented […]

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ENABLE.EU research presented on cost misperceptions and energy consumption

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On 21 June 2019, Madeline Werthschulte, researcher at the University of Muenster, will present research findings from the ENABLE.EU project at the Friday Lunch Meeting of the Climate Economics Chair of the Paris-Dauphine University. The presented study “Cost misperceptions and energy consumption” was done jointly with Andreas Löschel, Professor at the University of Muenster. The […]