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WHY - Climbing the causality ladder to understand and project the energy demand of the residential sector
Reminder: Only a few days left to register for the WHY Open Day!
The WHY project is the next step in improving energy demand modelling to forecast the domestic sector’s energy consumption.
June 2021
Predicting the Impact of Household Behavior Intervention on Environmental Pollution

A couple of days are left to register for the WHY Project's First Open Day

Friday, 11th of June 2021 | 10:00 – 13:00 CET

EU Green Week Partner Event |Programme and Speakers


Dear colleagues,

we like to remind you to join the WHY Project's EU Green Week Partner Event on Predicting the Impact of Household Behavior Intervention on Environmental Pollution on the 11th of June. The first WHY Open Day aims at stakeholders and policy makers to discuss energy system models that allow us to test and select better strategies for fighting pollution caused by the energy sector. Experts and academics and will share ideas and insights on the importance of including behavioral aspects in climate policy in the framework of the EU Green Week as a partner event.


The open day will explore what Energy System Models can do to help in reducing the pollution through the example of 5 use cases. Expert discussions will unveil what stakeholders around Europe say about different behaviours using electricity at home and why do people invest in the energy transition.

Learn more about the Programme and register for the event!

#EuGreenWeek #whyh2020 @whyh2020project


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WHY The project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 891943.