Policy brief 4: Energy Citizenship Contracts – An interactive tool to facilitate energy citizenship

This policy brief introduces Energy Citizenship Contracts (ECCs) as a policy tool for formalizing and governing mutual benefits, rights and duties among energy transition stakeholders. ECCs bring together relevant stakeholders for collaboration, knowledge exchange and collective commitment to, ultimately, contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future. This approach ensures that energy citizens have a robust and trustworthy foundation upon which to base their future actions.

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