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MISTRAL is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) Initial Training Network (ITN)

MISTRAL aims to train a generation of creative, entrepreneurial and innovative Early Stage Researchers (ESRs), able to face current and future challenges and to convert knowledge and ideas into products and services for economic and social benefit. The research activities in MISTRAL are grouped together in three work packages:

Work Package 3

Community dimensions to social acceptance

  ESR and BeneficiaryProject title

 

Irmak Karakislak
Institute for Future Energy and Material Flow Systems (IZES gGmbH)
Germany

 Justice Perceptions in Intercultural Comparisons

Nina Schneider
University of St.Gallen
Switzerland

Dynamics of Community Acceptance
  Mariangela Vespa
Institute for Future Energy and Material Flow Systems (IZES gGmbH)
Germany 
 Cumulative Impacts on People-Place Relations
  Ross Wallace
University Institute of Lisbon
Portugal 
Socio-technical Imaginaries of Future Energy Landscapes: How, when and where are renewable energy infrastructures acceptable?
Zoé Chateau
University of Exeter
United Kingdom 
 Social Equity and Distributive Justice in Renewable Energy Deployment

 

Work Package 4

Socio-political dimensions to social acceptance

    
 

Jean-Pierre Roux
University of Exeter
United Kingdom

 Public Policy, Procedural Justice & Participation in the Low Carbon Transition
  Sophia Kuepers
University Institute of Lisbon
Portugal
People’s Responses to Large-scale Renewable Energy Generation and Associated Infrastructures:  A socio-historical approach
 

Alex Miller
Queen’s University Belfast
United Kingdom

 Social Acceptance, Path Dependency and the Low Carbon Transition
  Cristian Pons-seres de Brauwer
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
National-EU Regimes
 

Senni Määttä
Queen’s University Belfast
United Kingdom

Governmentality of Public Participation in Renewable Energy (ESR10)

 

Work Package 5

Market dimensions to social acceptance

    
Silver Sillak
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
 Collaborative Approaches
  Alida Volkmer
University College Cork
Ireland
 Motivations, Incentives and Commitments for Co-Investment
  Jakob Knauf
University of St.Gallen
Switzerland
Community Investment – a Segmentation Approach
   

Elizabeth Côté
University of St.Gallen
Switzerland

 Financial Models and Incentives for Co-Investment
Robert Wade
Queen’s University Belfast
United Kingdom
 The Political Economy of Opposition to Wind Energy Projects