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

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.

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