Climate & Energy

The energy transition is one of the largest ‘wicked problems’ of our time. Not only the technical aspects, but also societal challenges require the many different stakeholders to join forces to share knowledge and experiment together. Examples of our work on climate and energy can be found below.
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The Drenthe Energy Story: residents have their say

The Drenthe Energy Story: residents have their say

Work together well, put the interests of Drenthe first, fit energy projects as well as possible into the landscape, involve residents in the plans from the outset, let the profits from energy generation go to residents and not just to large developers and stimulate local initiatives. The recommendations have been included in the Regional Energy Strategy 1.0 of Drenthe. Perspectivity facilitated the process.

Perspectivity at Wharton

Perspectivity at Wharton

On 3 April, 2017, Perspectivity hosted the Nexus! Challenge at Wharton’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy. The Kleiman Center at Wharton focuses on Energy Policy Innovation and promotes its application—creating opportunities for students, researchers, and...

Next Nexus! Report from the first trial at WWF in Gland

Next Nexus! Report from the first trial at WWF in Gland

Summary – Next Nexus! Session, 20 May 2016 Perspectivity has entered into a partnership with the Luc Hoffmann Institute, an independent research hub that works in partnership with the WWF, to accelerate research impact on complex environmental challenges . Together,...

Appreciative Team Retreat SunFunder

Appreciative Team Retreat SunFunder

SunFunder with head quarters in San Francisco, staff members spread all over the world and a regional office in Arusha Tanzania, finances solar beyond the grid. Over the next decade, solar energy will leapfrog the electricity grid in developing countries much like...

Eneco: Accelerates decisively for decentralized energy generation

Eneco: Accelerates decisively for decentralized energy generation

Eneco management has a vision: From central to local generation of energy; A more customer-oriented approach to the market. This vision leads to more responsibility for the employees of the power station in Utrecht, but also creates more risk. Resistance To achieve...

Getting the People Where the Work Is

Getting the People Where the Work Is

Vattenfall acquired Nuon in 2010 at the high of the market. The energy market is facing turbulence due to economic crisis and the growing interconnectedness of the European power-grid. Profit margins are under pressure and with that job-security. Perspectivity in...

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