Energy communities are generally seen as an important actor in contributing to green and just energy transitions. Yet, the notion of “energy communities” is also surrounded by a variety of conflicting expectations, assumptions and expected roles.
In this webinar we will discuss a selection of these issues emerging in current discussions about energy communities in Europe and in India, by sharing experiences gained in two ongoing EU Projects, MUSE GRIDS and H2020 Compile.
- environmental protection
- External event
A representative from MUSE Grids will share her insights from in-depth fieldwork in India – and what we in Europe can learn from this. This is complemented by lessons learnt from the COMPILE project for which a representative will share insights on energy communities and questions regarding engagement and ownership.
11:0-11:05 Welcome and introduction by moderator
11:05-11:10 Interaction with the audience
11:10-11:20 Presentation by Muse Grids on the Indian demo site
11:20-11:30 Q&A/Interaction with the audience
11:30-11:40 Presentation by Compile on engagement and ownership
11:40-11:55 Q&A/Interaction with the audience
11:55-12:00 Closing remarks
The goals of the event are to inform about ADRBI as partner for European grants, to promote Văcăreşti Natural Park as space of the community, to involve different entities that can work together for environment, to raise awareness for general public by the publicity of the event.