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 […]

Comparative analysis of the household survey released

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ENABLE.EU has just released a comparative analysis of the recently conducted household survey, aimed at addressing public acceptance and attitudes towards the low-carbon energy transition in Europe. This nationally representative survey was conducted in the 11 project partner countries – Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine and the United Kingdom – […]

Cambridge Econometrics presents ENABLE.EU-related research at the IEA in Paris

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Jon Stenning, who is directing Cambridge Econometrics’ work for ENABLE.EU, gave a presentation on “The macro-level and sectoral impacts of Energy Efficiency policies” at a three-day workshop organised by the International Energy Agency in Paris on March 5-7, 2018. The presentation, in which ENABLE.EU was mentioned as one of the projects the institution is working […]

Focus group on heating held in Paris

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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 […]

New deliverables published: Literature review and report on governance barriers

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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 […]