The overall vision of the Energy Citizens for Inclusive Decarbonization (ENCLUDE) is to help the EU to fulfill its promise of a just and inclusive decarbonization pathway through sharing and co-creating new knowledge and practices that maximize the number and diversity of citizens who are willing and able to contribute to the energy transition.
Motivated by achieving an equitable and sustainable future and the fulfillment of individual potential, ENCLUDE will contribute to the upcoming transformation of energy use by:
- Assembling, aligning and adapting disparate energy citizenship concepts for diverse communities of citizens and for different scales of policy making, lowering the barrier for action.
- Operationalizing the energy citizenship concept at all scales of policy making for decarbonization.
- Catalyzing a chain reaction of decarbonization actions across the EU.
ENCLUDE is dedicated not only to the co-creation of new knowledge with stakeholders about the emergence and consolidation of energy citizenship, but also to the uptake of this knowledge to mobilize action for decarbonization, taking into account the interests and struggles of diverse citizen groups, including communities, who are not usually invited or expected to participate in these civic processes.
ENCLUDE does this by integrating public engagement throughout the project life cycle rather than at the end of project for dissemination and communication purposes only. The process between knowledge production and implementation includes learning feedback loops between research partners, public authorities, civic organizations and citizens.
ENCLUDE - Energy Citizens for Inclusive Decarbonization
Topic: H2020 | LC-SC3-CC-1-2018-2019-2020 - Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) aspects of the Clean-Energy Transition
Start date: 1 June 2021
End date: 31 May 2024
Grant agreement ID: 101022791
HOLISTIC is a member of the consortium which was awarded the ENCLUDE project!
HOLISTIC will contribute predominantly by leading the synthesis, dissemination, communication, and exploitation activities of the project.
ETH Zurich (Coordinator), Switzerland
University of Piraeus Research Center, Greece
Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands
University College Cork, Ireland
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Joanneum Research, Austria
Th!nk E, Belgium
Eko-svest, North Macedonia
Green Partners, Romania
Missions Publiques, France
Utrecht University, Netherlands
University of Victoria (Associated, not funded), Canada