Work from the ENTRUST project presented at eseia conference on transitions

4-6 April 2016   
UCC’s Ger Mullally recently presented a paper on work from the ENTRUST project at the 2nd ‘International Conference on Smart and Green Transitions in Cities and Regions’ in Graz, Austria April 4-6, 2016. This international event is hosted by the European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance’s (eseia), an association of cross-sector organisations leading the field of sustainable energy systems, from energy provision to energy consumption in research, teaching and innovation.

The paper entitled ‘Energy Citizenship and Public Engagement in Energy Systems Transformations: Reflections on an Emergent Concept’ was presented in the conference section on Governance for Transitions and stimulated very interesting discussions and follow up dialogues.

Information about eseia can be found on www.eseia.eu