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Social Justice and Inclusion Platform

Working on Integrated Sustainable impact Assessment on Energy

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In a global context of climate and energy change, the research core group Working on Integrated Sustainable impact assessment on Energy (WISE) aims at providing a better understanding of the direct and indirect non-energy impacts of Energy Efficiency measures on Low and Medium Income Communities (LMIC).

With a special focus on stakeholders’ engagement, this interdisciplinary research core group intends to advise policy makers on developing both short-term cost-effective policies and long-term strategies to improve the living conditions of these communities, including vulnerable households and SMEs in the energy transition, in alignment with the “no one left behind” principle.

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Related publications

  • Ander Pijoan Lamas, Oihane Kamara Esteban, Ainhoa Alonso Vicario, Cruz Enrique Borges Hernández. (2018) "Transport Choice Modeling for the Evaluation of New Transport Policies" In Sustainability. vol. 10. DOI: 10.3390/su10041230.
  • Oihane Kamara-Esteban, Gorka Azkune, Ander Pijoan, Cruz E. Borges, Ainhoa Alonso-Vicario, Diego López-de-Ipiña. MASSHA: An Agent- Based Approach for Human Activity Simulation in Intelligent Environments. Pervasive and Mobile Computing (2017).
  • Diego Casado-Mansilla, Juan López de Armentia, Daniela Ventura, Pablo Garaizar, Diego López-de-Ipiña. (2016) "Embedding intelligent eco-aware systems within everyday things to increase people’s energy awareness" In Soft Computing Volume 20, Issue 5, pp 1695–1711. DOI: 10.1007/s00500- 015-1751-0. JCR Impact Factor: 1.630.
  • CE Borges, YK Penya, I Fernández. Evaluating combined load forecasting in large power systems and smart grids, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics. 9 (2013) 1570-1577.

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