A future renewable energy research agenda for the social sciences and humanities
Led by DRIFT researchers, a working group of 30 experts has identified the 100 renewable energy priority research questions for social sciences and humanities (SSH) in Europe.
This report presents 100 research questions identified by scientific experts as key priorities for SSH research on renewables, to support EU-funded research and innovation leading to achieve climate-neutrality by 2050.
This research agenda promotes 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.
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december 14, 2020