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From bridging communities as a guest researcher to exploring and redefining energy citizenship

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The latest IIIEE Energy blog introduces guest researcher's Senja Laakso’s work on Sustainable Practices and Energy Transitions.

In January and February 2024, Senja Laakso from the Centre for Consumer Society Research, University of Helsinki, and Tampere University visited us at the IIIEE for six weeks. The latest Energy Blog is the first post of a two-part series presenting Senja and her interesting work in the realm of social practices, sustainability, and the transition of our energy systems. The Blog is written by IIIEE researcher Katharina Reindl who reflects on the value of academic exchanges—both hosting and being a guest researcher. 

This Blog is Part I out of II, and the second one will present one of Senja’s latest works, "Practices and Acts of Energy Citizenship". Stay tuned!

Read the Blog post here.