ONLINE SESSION WORKING GROUP COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

  • 04 june 2020
  • 11:00
  • LOCATION: ONLINE SESSION
  • 11:00 - 12:00

We look back on a successful online session about “Stakeholder orientation in CCS projects”, that took place on 4 June. Suzanne Brunsting and Kevin Broecks, both scientists at TNO Energietransitie, inspired us with the outcomes from their research studies. Suzanne shared an in-depth view on the line of events in the CCS project in Barendrecht that impacted stakeholders’ perceptions and support.  Kevin presented interesting learning from a study that measured and identified conditions that underlie public perceptions of CCS in the Netherlands and the UK. 

Suzanne and Kevin currently cross-fertilize the learning from their respective studies to facilitate improvement of stakeholder orientation in future CCS projects. We will explore options with Suzanne and Kevin for a follow-up session continuing the conversation where we left it and stepping in on their cross-fertilization learning. We intend to schedule a session on this topic in September/October. 

The presentations that Suzanne and Kevin provided are available via our working group folder on the Energy Reinvented Community website.
Therefore you have to log in on your personal account and go to FORUM.

We also appreciate to share some learnings from the practical side of this session. Looking back, the 1-hour timeslot was too short. Therefore, our next online session, scheduled for 25 June, will be extended to 1,5 hours. We also understood that some interested parties experienced difficulties with getting access to the session. We will explore possibilities how to improve this. 

We look forward to meeting you in our next session of 25 June, 13:00 – 14:30 CEST. The invitation will be sent shortly. Please mark your calendar. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.






 
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