As part of its activities, the PARENT project has delivered a number of different reports to help in achieving its aim in creating a community to help reduce household energy. A central goal of our project was to understand the Ethical, Legal, Social and Acceptability concerns. The scientific dissemination of the project is highlighted below.
Peer-reviewed articles
AlSkaif, T., Lampropoulos, I., van den Broek, M. & van Sark, W. (2018). ‘Gamification-Based Framework for Engagement of Residential Customers in Energy Applications’. Energy Research & Social Science 44 (2018) 187-195.

AlSkaif, T., Schram, W., Litjens, W. & van Sark, W. (2017). ‘Smart Charging of Community Storage Units Using Markov Chains.’ IEE ISGT Europe 2018. Torino, 26-29 September 2017.

van der Stelt, S., AlSkaif, T. & van Sark, W. (2018). ‘Techno-Economic Analysis of Household and Community Energy Storage for Residential Prosumers with Smart Appliances.’ Applied Energy 209 (2018) 266-276.

Popular press / Online communication
Kloza, D., Van Dijk, N., Gellert, R.M., Böröcz, I.M., Tanas, A., Mantovani, E. & Quinn. P. (2017). Data Protection Impact Assessments in the European Union: Complementing the New Legal Framework Towards a More Robust Protection of Individuals. pia.lab Policy Brief 1/2017. 

Kloza, D., Van Dijk, N., Gellert, R.M., Böröcz, I.M., Tanas, A., Mantovani, E. & Quinn. P. (2017). Analyse d’Impact relative à la Protection des Données dans l’Union Européenne : Une Protection des Personnes plus Solide en Complétant le Nouveau Cadre Juridique. d.pia.lab Note de Politique N° 1/2017. 

Conference papers
Meyer, T., Söebech, O. & Shahin, J. (2018). ‘Keeping It Real. Lessons on Implementing Sustainable Consumption Policy at a Local Level.’ IAMCR 2018: Reimagining Sustainability: Communication and Media Research in a Changing World. Eugene, 20-24 June 2018.
Posters and presentations
AlSkaif, T., Lampropoulos, I, Soëbech, Ó., van den Broek, M.A. & van Sark, W. (2017). ‘Gamification to Engage Citizens in the Use of Smart Metering Systems.’ Poster at ERSS (Energy Research and Social Science) International Conference 2017. Sitges, 2-5 April 2017.

AlSkaif, T. (2017). ‘PARENT Project Amsterdam Pilot: Towards an Energy Independent Prosumers Community.’ Presentation at 2nd V2G International Conference. Amsterdam, 11-12 May 2017.

Niesing, H. (2017). ‘Towards a Renewable, Independent, Flexible Neighbourhood in Amsterdam.’ Presentation at FLEXCON 2017. Amsterdam, 20 November 2017.

Niesing, H., Varela Martín, C., AlSkaif, T., van Sark, W. & van der Giessen, A. (2017). ‘Borneoeiland Prosumer Community: Towards More Energy Independent Neighbourhoods in Amsterdam.’ Poster at EU PVSEC 2017. Amsterdam, 25-29 September 2017.

General participation in ENSCC-related conferences
Niesing, H. (2018). Co-organisation of event ‘Europe’s Urban Energy-Mobility Transition. Demonstration, Upscaling & Uptake in City-Planning, How to Achieve Adequate Policy Measures and Large-Scale Implementation’ during EU Sustainable Energy Week. Brussels, 5 June 2018.

Shahin, J. & Meyer, T. (2018). Participation in Smarticipate Workshop ‘Are You Making The Most of How Smart Your Citizens Are?’. Brussels, 29 May 2018.

The deliverables lay out the basis for several of the choices we have made throughout the project, and document the project’s progress. We also direct interested readers to our reports in WP2 and WP3 on regulatory requirements and social acceptability respectively. They serve as a means for recording the evolution of the project as well. The entire list of deliverables is below. The key deliverables in our project (marked in bold) consist of the Stakeholder Mapping exercise (D1.1), the Behaviour Change Toolkit (D4.4) and the Pilot Protocol (D6.1).
WP3 - Social acceptability
WP9 - Recommendations