Local energy production can be slowed down by pubic acceptability. Although many people support the development of energ... Read more
Diesel-fuelled buses account for 50%-60% of the public transport in Europe and are responsible for around 6% of total EU... Read more
The implementation of self-consumption is at early stages in many European countries. Financial schemes should be set up... Read more
The retrofitting program will be incorporated as part of the Department of Housing or Environment, with a phone advice l... Read more
The promotion of self-energy consumption cannot result only from bottom-up initiatives. It should also be supervised thr... Read more
Policies and regulations play an essential role in fostering the energy transition, as they provide the necessary framework accompanying the numerous changes in EU energy systems. This section provides a detailed assessment of the policies and regulations related to climate change in six EU countries:
The policy lab is designed for policymakers and researchers whose work is to engage citizens, NGOs, institutions and companies in policy. Inspired by the Design Thinking methodology, this bottom-up approach helps to co-design policy recommendations with stakeholders in order to change their behaviours and have an impact in everyday life. Built as 10 steps that be taken globally or separately, this guideline is meant to be applicable to any country, any sector, with different focal points to accommodate for local circumstances.
Check out the ENTRUST Policy Toolkit and learn how become an Energy Citizen by adopting sustainable behaviours thought by citizens!