The just launched Energy Innovation Atlas (EIA) serves as a platform that maps innovations in the transitioning energy sector. Therefore, it might help societies deal with the many challenges in attaining sustainable energy supply. The platform consists of case reports and video summaries created by students over the course of a master class on the ‘Energy Transition & Innovation’. The Centre for Energy Economics Research (CEER) of the University of Groningen contributed to the development of this unique instrument
The EIA offers short reports on concrete innovations and projects currently under way in the energy sector worldwide. Practitioners from the energy sector can consult the student reports and summary videos about various initiatives in the Energy Transition that are happening in the Netherlands and beyond. You might learn more about problems in making innovations successful, particularly in the energy sector, and can benefit from a fresh look on the most exciting developments in the Energy Transition.
• Reports with Energy Transition innovations
• Ideas on future Energy innovations in the Netherlands and beyond
• Knowledge about how to make innovations successful
• Transferring the insights to similar innovations and technologies
• A fresh look on the latest developments in the Energy Sector
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