ENCLUDE – Energy Citizens for Inclusive Decarbonization
- Geographical scope:Regional
- Time horizon:June 2021 - May 2024
- Initial Release:2021
- Institution(s):TU DELFT (Co-ordinator), University of Piraeus Research Center, ETH Zurich, University College Cork - National University of Ireland University of Glasgow, Joanneum Research, Th!nk e, Universiteit Utrecht, Green Partners, Zdruzenie Centar Za Istrazuvanje I Informiranje Za Zivotna Sredina Eko-Svest, Missions Publiques, Holistic Ike, York University, University of Victoria
- Referent e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Decarbonisation is a priority for the European Union. While decarbonisation by 2050 may seem like ‘Mission Impossible’, it is completely realistic. In support of the EU decarbonisation pathways, which are compatible with the goals of the Paris Agreement, the EU-funded ENCLUDE project will help the EU forge ahead by sharing and co-creating new knowledge and practices. Specifically, the project will contribute to the transformation of energy use by assembling, aligning, and adapting disparate energy citizenship concepts for diverse communities of citizens. Operationalising the energy citizenship concept at all scales of policy making for decarbonisation, ENCLUDE will integrate public engagement throughout the project life cycle.