What are the challenges we face in transitioning to cleaner, more sustainable energy? How can we nudge consumers towards better choices? ENABLE.EU – Enabling the Energy Union, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, wants to find out the answer to these questions. The thing is, how we make decisions in various energy-related areas, […]
ENABLE.EU is currently conducting focus groups in several countries to better understand the energy challenges faced by Europeans and how we can encourage more sustainable energy consumption behaviours. On August 31st, a pilot focus group on heating was organised at the Jacques Delors Institute in Paris. Participants were welcomed by a professional facilitator, and enjoyed […]
Two new deliverables have been published on the ENABLE.EU website. Deliverable 2.2, a literature review that sets the scene for the project, looks at research on drivers of energy choices, pointing out to their contribution as well as their limits. Analysing over 400 academic articles, this review testifies to the abundance of explanatory elements and […]
ENABLE.EU has now launched its social media channels. Its LinkedIn page describes the project and offers an overview of its objectives, while the Twitter feed will provide both project news and the latest energy developments (through retweeting). Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter in order to stay informed about ENABLE.EU!
ENABLE.EU’s leaflets are now available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Polish in the Downloads and deliverables section of the website. Alternately, they can be downloaded here: ENABLE.EU leaflet EN ENABLE.EU leaflet DE ENABLE.EU leaflet ES ENABLE.EU leaflet FR ENABLE.EU leaflet IT ENABLE.EU leaflet PL
ENABLE.EU was officially launched at its kick-off meeting at the office of ISINNOVA in Rome on November 24-25, 2017. It was a chance for the partners to get to know each other and discuss the project’s core theme: how a better understanding of individual and collective energy choices can increase the social acceptability of energy […]