100 Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions for renewable energy in Horizon Europe

Timo von Wirth*, Derk Loorbach, Aleksandra Wagner, Olga Koretskaya, Robert Wade, Seweryn Krupnik, Tadeusz Rudek, Chris Foulds, Cigdem Adem, Sanne Akerboom, Susana Batel, Florian Caspar Rabitz, Chiara Certomà, Aleh Cherp, Justyna Chodkowska-Miszczuk, Matjaž Denac, Dušana Dokupilová, Merethe Dotterud Leiren, Marina Frolova Ignatieva, Daniel Gabaldón-EstevanAna Horta, Peter Karnøe, Johan Lilliestam, Jochen Markard, Matúš Mišík, Susanne Mühlemeier, Sophie Nemoz, Måns Nilsson, Jan Osička, Louiza Papamikrouli, Luigi Pellizioni, Siddarth Sareen, Mauro Sarrica, Gill Seyfang, Karen Smith Stegen, Benjamin Sovacool, Audrone Telesiene, Veronika Zapletalová

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Abstract

This report presents 100 research questions that have been identified by scientific experts as key priorities for Social Science and Humanities (SSH)research on renewables, in order to inform and support EU-funded research and innovation leading to achieve climate-neutrality by 2050. The questions together aim to promote SSH research that contributes to better understanding the meaning and conditions of just transitions to renewables-based energy systems, by recognising the social conditions and consequences of using and further implementing renewable energy technologies.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCambridge
PublisherEnergy-SHIFTS
Number of pages29
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2020

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