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WHY - Climbing the causality ladder to understand and project the energy demand of the residential sector
Survey: Investments in the Energy Transition
What are the reasons, drivers, and barriers for households to participate and contribute to the Energy Transition?
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How can European citizens become the main drivers for the energy transition?

To understand motivations to invest in Energy efficiency and sufficiency, mobility, building renovation, and renewable energy sources, we invite you to fill in this online questionnaire and share it with your colleagues and fellow citizens. The results of this survey will help a European team of scientists to develop tailor-made solutions to support municipalities' climate friendly urben developments. Please, find further information on the WHY team (authors of the survey) here.

The survey is anonymous, any data entered will not be used for other purposes than this research alone. All data is stored within EU borders, thus strict privacy and data security laws apply.

ECEMP 2022 Materials Available

The event featured a balanced mix of high-level panel discussions and interactive workshop sessions to enable a peer-reviewed digest of models and policy insights for the transformation of the European energy system.

You can access all recordings and materials here and read about WHY contributions now on our website!


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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.