Working towards a climate-neutral country in 2050 requires making energy use in homes more sustainable and ending the dependence on natural gas. An interdisciplinary consortium will work on solutions to accelerate this energy transition in the residential sector as part of the ALIGN4Energy program. It does so by supporting citizens, policymakers, and energy system developers to synchronize investment timelines, interests, and preferences.

The latest updates and news

Recap of the first Knowledge Module

On November 24, 14 dedicated professionals from various sectors - mainly policy makers and advisors in the energy transition - worked together on challenges and solutions to engage homeowners in making their homes more sustainable.

Read more about the first A4e Knowledge Module

The Align4energy team is organizing a knowledge module about citizen engagement strategies on sustainability measures. Are you one of the 15 dedicated professionals we are looking for?

Succesful ALIGN4energy Spring School

From the 27th to the 31st of March, AMS Institute organized the ALIGN4energy Spring School. During this week, the 12 Ph.D. and post-doc researchers had the opportunity to collaborate, co-create, and design integral research activities for the project’s first year. 

Workpackage leader Julia Blasch in Netbeheer Nederland

Julia Blasch explains more about ALIGN4energy in the fall editon of Netbeheer Nederland magazine (in Dutch). She discusses the intention and impact of the project, and talks about the collaboration between all the (research) partners.