Deliverable 2.3: Comprehensive Open Access Dataset of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs)

Charlotte Louise Jensen, Frances Fahy, Gary Goggins, Eimear Heaslip, Edina Vadovics, Kristóf Vadovics, Marko Hajdinjak, Julia Backhaus, Rachel Greer, Jochem Pennekamp, Senja Laakso, Eva Heiskanen, Kaisa Matschoss, Marlyne Sahakian, Laure Dobigny, Audley Genus, Marfuga Iskandarova, Eoin Grealis, Henrike Rau, Tomislav Tkalec

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Resumé

This document (ENERGISE D2.3) provides a background report on the process and result of developing and constructing a comprehensive open access dataset of sustainable energy consumption initiatives (SECIs) that have been collected and assessed as part of Work Package 2 (WP2) in ENERGISE. The process of categorising the SECIs has been undertaken as part of Task 2.2: ‘Create innovative and comprehensive open access database’ and Task 2.3: ‘Mapping and analyses of new database’ in WP2 of ENERGISE and Task 7.5 ‘Supporting communication activities in other WPs, tools development’ in WP7 of ENERGISE. The construction of the comprehensive open access dataset of sustainable energy consumption initiatives (SECIs) is closely connected to the construction of typologies of sustainable energy consumption initiatives (SECIs) as reported on in ENERGISE D2.4 (Jensen et al, 2017b). The open access dataset will display how the identified SECIs have been categorised according to the Problem Framing Typology (PFT).
The dataset is designed as a map that is intended to be a user-friendly device that provides an overview of sustainable energy consumption initiatives (SECIs) in Europe. In particular, the map shows the variety in scope, content and approach in the identified SECIs. The map is not exhaustive, but it is representative for the purposes of the database. The map is meant to be a resource for a wide range of people, as it; 1) provides a systematic overview of the myriad energy consumption initiatives across Europe, 2) provides insights into predominant ways in which energy consumption challenges are framed (problem framings), 3) provides a tool for researchers and policy makers and 4) disseminates examples of how SECIs can be framed when taking into consideration a broader range of social, cultural, material and institutional aspects of change related to household energy consumption.
The main function of the ENERGISE Open Access Dataset is to 1) display 1000+ SECIs that actively involves households in change processes, as well as to) 2 display ENERGISE’ typological categorisation of the SECIs. The ENERGISE Open Access Dataset does not represent an evaluation of the merits or otherwise of any particular SECI. Further, please note that inclusion of SECIs in the map is not an endorsement by the ENERGISE project or its partners.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
StatusUdgivet - 30 nov. 2017

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Jensen, C. L., Fahy, F., Goggins, G., Heaslip, E., Vadovics, E., Vadovics, K., ... Tkalec, T. (2017). Deliverable 2.3: Comprehensive Open Access Dataset of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs).
Jensen, Charlotte Louise ; Fahy, Frances ; Goggins, Gary ; Heaslip, Eimear ; Vadovics, Edina ; Vadovics, Kristóf ; Hajdinjak, Marko ; Backhaus, Julia ; Greer, Rachel ; Pennekamp, Jochem ; Laakso, Senja ; Heiskanen, Eva ; Matschoss, Kaisa ; Sahakian, Marlyne ; Dobigny, Laure ; Genus, Audley ; Iskandarova, Marfuga ; Grealis, Eoin ; Rau, Henrike ; Tkalec, Tomislav. / Deliverable 2.3: Comprehensive Open Access Dataset of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs). 2017.
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