Here you will find evidence that will be regularly updated from 1) the analyses conducted by the gEneSys team; 2) examinations by collaborating experts; and 3) results from webinar discussions with ‘sister’ initiatives.
Analyses by the gEneSys team
Research at the nexus of gender and energy transition 1) review of the state of the art; 2) gaps in the available literature; and 3) policy recommendations from the research.
Integrating gender into the 400 SSH energy transition priority research questions: 1) applying gendered innovations methods; and 2) deploying available EU strategies, programmes, and events.
Barriers to achieving gender parity in energy: 1) what are the best predictors of the share of women; 2) what are best measures to tackle gender-related biases in renewable energy sectors.
Examinations by the collaborating experts
This book explains that the first step in any energy decision today should be how to factor in energy justice. This will have the result of ensuring that there is a just outcome for society. One powerful effect of placing energy justice at the forefront for all decision-makers will be that it can balance the 3Rs which are ‘Risk, Reward, and Responsibility’.
This book shows why consumer (co-)ownership in renewable energy (RE) is essential to the overall success of energy transition. Through national case studies it explains the need and challenge to include municipalities and/or commercial investors like SMEs in advancing economies of scale while retaining the benefits of individual consumer participation.
This report summarises two days of expert discussions and lists recommendations for policy makers and the scientific communities on what actions are needed to advance energy transition in different African countries and contexts.
Webinar discussions with ‘sister’ initiatives
This webinar shared new research findings on gender balance in energy sectors and gender relations in energy transition ecosystem. It engaged experts and practitioners in the consultation on the mechanisms for achieving outcomes in energy transition that contribute gender equality, justice, fairness, and sustainability benefits.
You can see the summary of the CINEA study here.
You can see the summary of the gEneSys aims here.
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