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.
D5.2 Interrelations among different types of citizens in different geographic contexts
GRETA project ends â€“ results, tools and recommendations for promoting active energy citizenship
GRETA’s Final Event highlighted the project’s tools and innovations in Live Open Sessions
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