- February 12, 2019
- Alliander, anthropologists, energy, energy transition, Erasmus+, industry, Netherlands, PEOPLE project, training, value of social sciences, VU Amsterdam
Maud van Merrienboer, Junior Lecturer & Researcher, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU Amsterdam On 31 January, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam offered a workshop to a group of professionals working for Alliander, the largest energy grid company in the Netherlands. In one afternoon, the industry professionals were offered a glimpse of what anthropolo...
- February 11, 2019
- charging, Durham Energy Institute, Durham University, electric vehicles, Erasmus+, EVs, Jack Heffernan, Josey Wardle, PEOPLE project, people-centred, research, UK case study, Zero Carbon Futures
Jack Heffernan, MA student, Durham University On the 31st of January, we were lucky to receive a recent visit from Josey Wardle – infrastructure manager of Zero Carbon Futures, in order to gain expertise on the progression of electric vehicles (EVs) within the UK. Zero Carbon Futures is a low-carbon transport consultancy company, which...
Jack Heffernan, MA student, Durham University Participating in the PEOPLE Project 2019, we are a group of masters students at Durham University who have teamed up with Durham County Council (DCC) to help Durham City prepare for the country’s upcoming shift towards electric vehicles (EVs). Our research aims to answer the question: ‘How can Durha...
- December 28, 2018
- curricula, dissemination, EASME, education, Erasmus+, expert workshop, innovation, PEOPLE project, people-centred development, teaching and learning
We are proud to be part of the Expert panel for curricula development in the area of Advanced Manufacturing and Key Enabling Technologies – an initiative established by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission. The panel aims to improve the quality and relevance of existing curricula and to [&...