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Survey output presentation in province Zuid-Holland

12 July 2021

On 22 June 2021, the RESPECT project team, Goda Perlaviciute, Lorenzo Squintani, and Lu Liu, participated in the province Zuid-Holland’s session on Renewable Energy Strategies (RES) discussion. Due to corona situation, the session was hosted online.

The RES policymakers and communication/participation advisers of the seven RES regions in Zuid-Holland were the main audience of the session.

In the session, the RESPECT project team presented the main findings of the survey on public opinion on sustainable energy transition and public participation, which was conducted during December 2020 – April 2021.

The session resulted in fruitful discussion between the policymakers for RES in the province Zuid-Holland and the RESPECT project team about public participation procedures in RES, and shined light on further collaboration opportunities.

Presentation slides

Last modified:12 July 2021 1.30 p.m.

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