The HARP project was invited to participate in a clustering event organised by INEA – the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) – focusing on social science and humanities in the energy transition as well as public acceptance of renewable energy sources.
The event was held online on the 20 November 2020, gathering project leaders from several EU projects that directly interact with the consumer to raise awareness on energy efficiency opportunities.
This event was an opportunity to share the project with other ongoing initiatives and discuss collaboration forms that can strengthen the communication towards the consumer. This will benefit the HARP project communication, allowing it to be spread in other networks and further engaging the consumer in the field of energy efficiency.
About the project:
HARP (Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning) is a project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme aiming to raise consumer awareness on the inefficiency of their heating systems and to accompany them in adopting efficient alternatives.