Enable eVeryone's Engagement in the eneRgY transitiON (Every1)
Every1 can contribute to the energy transition
The energy transition is already taking place, although not everybody feels involved. Thanks to the EU-funded Every1 consortium, this is going to change. The project brings together leading experts in energy, education and social sciences to deliver a new, impactful concept of the energy market. It includes all elements needed to enable an effective participation of all European stakeholders, and digitalization plays an important part in opening the process. No one will be left behind.
Every1 starts from a deep data-informed understanding of stakeholders and ecosystems (citizen, cities, energy communities, companies, regulators, and distribution grid operators) to map who they are, what they know, how they use information and where they look for it.
Similarly are existing and emerging solutions (products and services) assessed and validated, and use cases will serve to understand what stakeholders need to know in order to take up a role that matches their potential. Every1 works on making a market by exchanging best practices with policy makers and energy regulators, enabling discussions on barriers, and developing joint communication material for their peers.
A strong outreach campaign is launched by Steinbeis Europa Zentrum which focusses on the local level with impactful social media campaigns, material in various languages and spread through the media the local stakeholders use. The operation of the ecosystems is based on the proven EXPLORE SHAPE UNITE approach and includes guided one-on-one support, joint activities, webinars, matchmaking, and more. Future ecosystems are actively engaged and trained, while cooperation with diverse activities and networks will lead to a wider uptake of the capacity building material.
As a project partner, Steinbeis Europa Zentrum coordinates the communication activities and the dissemination of the project results.
- Project funding (total): 3,3 million EUR
- Project duration: 11/2022 – 04/2026
- Countries involved: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal, UK
- Flux50, Belgium
- Open University, UK
- Eworx, Greece
- Th!nk E, Belgium
- Joanneum Research, Austria
- Steinbeis Europa Zentrum, Germany
- Inesc Tec, Portugal
- Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
- RdA Climate Solutions, Portugal
- International Cleantech Cluster, Denmark
- National Technical University of Athens, Greece