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    Stakeholders’ identification and mapping. Deliverable 3.2

    Glumac, Olga and Rodrigues, Sasha and Pallonetto, Fabiano (2023) Stakeholders’ identification and mapping. Deliverable 3.2. Project Report. RES4CITY.

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    This document outlines deliverable 3.2 ‘Stakeholders’ identification and mapping’ which is developed under task 3.2 ´Coordination and management of the stakeholder network community to accelerate the development of sustainable solutions’ in M6 (March 2023) of the RES4CITY project. The document is the first version of the deliverable that will be updated in M20. RES4CITY – Renewable Energies System for Cities2 was launched in October 2022 as a 36-month project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe Climate, Energy and Mobility programme and CINEA (European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Agency). A carbon-neutral European Union by 2050 is an ambitious target that presents technical and societal challenges. To reach this ambitious objective, a concerted action involving a large variety of actors (e.g., industries, public institutions, citizens, etc.) with diverse needs and priorities, is necessary. While technical research is advancing rapidly the overall skillset of the working force is lagging. This project aims to develop an innovative educational framework to support the mass deployment of renewable energy systems and fill the educational gap for the creation of specialised human capital able to contribute to the green transition. The RES4CITY consortium brings together 18 partners that includes companies and institutions from Europe: Ireland (Maynooth University - Coordinator, Tipperary Energy Agency), Italy (University of Genoa, Parthenope University of Naples, University of Sassari, Artemat srl), Portugal (University of Coimbra), Spain (Polytechnic University of Valencia), Denmark (Danish Technical University), France (University of Grenoble Alpes, Three O’clock), Sweden (WiTEC SWEDEN, Halmstad University), Belgium (Finnovaregio Foundation), and Switzerland (United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Global Hope Network International). The RES4CITY network3 aims to increase societal resilience by supporting energy transition through the development and wider deployment of renewable energy sources (RES) and fuel technologies(FT), allowing public and private stakeholders to find ways to acquire new competencies and to selfpromote new practices to their working environments and society. The network will co-create and promote an innovative educational framework based on micro-programmes, and develop policy scenarios to ensure stronger uptake, while highlighting mapped best practices and lessons learned, and facilitating open innovation among 160 or more relevant stakeholders and end-users. The deliverable describes stakeholders in each hub and their needs and interests for their effective integration into the RES4CITY project and the hubs’ activities. Founded on the strategy developed in task 3.1 ‘Stakeholder framework strategy and action plan’, this report documents: any planned and delivered engagement actions and knowledge transfer at a local and European level; the summaries of conducted surveys, workshops and consultations; the outcomes of regular meetings between the management office and the partners involved; and lessons learned. The deliverable 3.2 was concluded and submitted in March 2023 by 3OC with the support of partners and WITEC and NUIM as the reviewers.

    Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
    Keywords: Stakeholder; identification; mapping; Deliverable 3.2; RES4CITY;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 18224
    Depositing User: IR Editor
    Date Deposited: 29 Feb 2024 11:41
    Publisher: RES4CITY
    Funders: HORIZON-CSA
    Use Licence: This item is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (CC BY-NC-SA). Details of this licence are available here

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