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Energy Innovation Systems, Indicator Report 2016
Mads Borup and Antje Klitkou in collaboration with Eric Iversen
Roman Jurowetzki defended his PhD Dissertation on 18 August 2016:
Exploring Transition of Large Technological Systems through Relational Data -
A Study of The Danish Smart Grid Development
EIS Radar paper:
Enterprise Strategies for Sustainable Innovation - Linking economic, organizational and institutional perspectives
Jens Frøslev Christensen, Bernhard Truffer and Marko Hekkert
Anders Ørding Olsen defended his PhD thesis on 4 March 2016:
In search of solutions. Inertia, knowledge sources and diversity in collaborative problem-solving
Daniel Stefan Hain defended his PhD Dissertation on 10th December 2015:
The Network Dynamics of
Financing Technological (R-) Evolution.
The Case of Technological Change in the Renewable Energy Area
The EIS Expert Forum 2015 took place on 1 October 2015 at Eigtveds Pakhus in Copenhagen.
See agenda here
Tobias Møller Ruby defended his PhD Thesis on 19 June 2015:
A Systemic Perspective on Innovation from Energy Efficiency Policy efforts.
See his abstract here.
The purpose of the EIS Strategic research alliance is to carry out research analyses on energy innovation systems and their dynamics and to connect leading researchers working on the topic.
Through this, the alliance creates important new knowledge about the innovation systems and the roles they play for moving towards renewable and sustainable energy systems in the future.
By active knowledge dissemination and interaction with societal stakeholders, the alliance is expected to contribute to strategy development and innovation in individual areas of energy technology as well as to policy and strategies on a more general level.
EIS is funded by the Danish Council for Strategic Research, the Programme Commission on Sustainable Energy and Environment, primarily, and by the partners.
The alliance runs from 2011 to 2016.