The main output of the project is an EDUKIT, which includes: 

  • A set of 8 teaching modules on the following interdisciplinary topics:

Teaching Module 1: Energy awareness. Being aware of the importance of energy (for our life);

Teaching Module 2: Philosophy and ethics of energy development. Fundamental questions behind the use of energy;

Teaching Module 3: Energy and the public. The challenge of understanding public responses;

Teaching Module 4: Social impact of energy technologies. Assessing social impacts through Social Life Cycle Assessment;

Teaching Module 5: Technology Assessment. An approach for organising societal discourse on innovative energy technologies ;

Teaching Module 6: Risk governance approach in smart metering. Smart metering. Social risk perception and risk governance;

Teaching Module 7: Conflict management. Understanding and managing conflicts on energy technologies.

Teaching Module 8: Decentralised energy systems. Social aspects of energy production and use.

  • e-book on SSH aspects in energy teaching (in English): handbook for teachers to implement the teaching modules.
  • resource collections: additional learning material for teachers and students.
  • web platform on “social sciences and humanities in energy teaching” which integrates all the outputs mentioned above.