28.11.2019 | Science, technology and innovation play a major role in shaping our societies. Therefore, research teams must address societal challenges by reaching out beyond their own communities, gathering everyone “around one table”. One way to do this is by organising dialogue events, called “Mobilisation and Mutual Learning” (MML). The GRECO project has performed six MMLs in different countries to disscuss the main expectations, fears, concerns and priorities in solar energy.
The new report „Mobilising and Learning together for Renewable Energies – Lessons from Dialogues in Brazil, Bulgaria, Germany, Portugal, Spain and the UK“ summarises the activities and the results from these discussions. It aims to answer the following questions
- How can different stakeholders actively take part in the energy transition?
- How could photovoltaic energy have a greater presence in the daily life of citizens?
- From a social point of view, what would the next generation of PV products require?
GRECO is a multinational research project funded by the European Commission. Its main goal is putting Open Science and other Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approaches into action in a real research project in the photovoltaic sector. More info on the project can be found on the RLI GRECO project website and on the website of the project itself.
GRECO follows the policy of sharing documents and data generated within the project. Thus, GRECO ensures that they are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. For this reason, documents and data are stored in the ZENODO repository of the project.