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D2.3 A set of community level indicators for six case studies

31.08.2022

This report details a set of Community Level Indicators (CLIs) developed through co-design workshop activities within the energy communities of GRETA.

D5.2 Interrelations among different types of citizens in different geographic contexts

09.08.2022

This report describes the development of a GIS-based analytical tool to study the emergence of energy citizenship. This task bridges the data collected from case studies and the multinational survey, their re-use in scenario predictions, and their framing for Community Transition Pathways. The task creates a GIS-based tool to georeference and spatialize the data collected to achieve this objective. This task accounts for variations within and between geographical levels by studying their spillover, crossover, and cross-level interaction effects on the local, regional, national, and supranational levels. For this purpose, instruments such as the georeferenced survey data, and other auxiliary data sources, will be used.

D5.1 Taxonomy of Geographical Levels and Drivers for Energy Citizenship Emergence

21.02.2022

The taxonomy of geographical levels and drivers for energy citizenship emergence provides a framework for the definition of the emerging characters of energy citizenship at different geographical levels: local, regional, national, supranational and the transversal virtual level.

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D2.1 Understanding the Role of Digitalization and Social Media on Energy Citizenship

14.01.2022

This deliverable presents (1) an analysis of the interview results conducted within the energy communities to understand how energy information is being understood and used by different stakeholders, and (2) an analysis using topic modelling to identify the role of social media in energy informatics.

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D1.2 Vision Document on Energy Citizenship-based Energy Union

14.01.2022

This deliverable outlines the multiple complex connections between the concept of energy justice and the emergence of different forms of energy citizenship. Specifically, through an Energy Justice Framework, it aims to highlight the importance of integrating elements of distributive, procedural and recognition justice to ensure an equitable and fair energy transition. Furthermore, the deliverable investigates the role of justice in the emergent Energy Union strategy and helps to devise paths for just energy citizenships, just policies leading to more durable governance arrangements and social just dynamics between energy citizenships and policies.

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D1.1 Framework for Research on Energy Citizenship Emergence Structure and Dynamics

14.01.2022

This report offers a framework to study the structure and dynamics of energy citizenship emergence.

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D7.3 Project Website

05.11.2021

This deliverable introduces the project website and its development phases and structure. It also outlines how the website serves as a platform for stakeholder interaction.

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D8.6 Ethics and Privacy Management Plan

05.11.2021

This report presents the Ethics and Privacy Management Plan of the GRETA project that aims at producing rich, actionable insights to support the design of EU policies that more effectively engage citizens in the ongoing energy transition. GRETA activities include stakeholder engagement, data management, and result dissemination with direct involvement of end-users. This report summarizes the key ethical and privacy requirements and guidelines that must be applied in the project’s research activities to safeguard individual participants’ dignity and comply with national and European regulations.

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D8.5 Data Management Plan

05.11.2021

This report is the first version of the Data Management Plan(DMP) of the GRETA project that aims to investigate what factors are crucial for the emergence of Energy Citizenship at the local and national levels. This DMP follows H2020 guidelines and comprises: (1) the description of the diverse types of data that will be managed and how they will be collected and generated; (2) the main purposes behind data processing and analysis; (3) the methods and standards that will be applied to allow interoperability and reusability of the information generated in the project; (4) the mechanisms adopted to guarantee that data is securely curated, stored, and shared during and after the duration of the project thus complying with national and EU legislation; (5) the processes used to assure the participants’ privacy is preserved in compliance with national and EU legislation.