The main objective of the second Work Package of IMEAS project (T2 Activity) is the development of the IMEAS Stakeholders’ Network Model (ISNM), a socio-political model that allows representing multi-actor and multi-dimensional initiatives on low carbon energy transition, as defined according to IMEAS Position paper.
The activity of T2 is structured in three main activities as follows:
- Identifying and engaging stakeholders supporting the development of IMEAS Stakeholders’ Network Model (ISNM)
- Investigating networking needs and limitations of key stakeholders and potentials for a Stakeholders’ Network Model
- Developing the Stakeholders’ Network Model to foster integration of energy and climate plan
An overview of the activities is available below.
Case study format
Document for the collection of data and information among the partners and the IMEAS Community on multi-dimensional and multi-actorial initiatives dealing with low-carbon energy process.
Template can be found below:
Stakeholder Analysis Report
Stakeholders’ Network Model user interface
The document is a description of the Stakeholders’ network model according to Activity A.T2.3 to be implemented in T2. It is aimed at project partners.
WPT2 OUTPUT - IMEAS Whitebook
This publication aims to be a guide to drive policy makers, research bodies, private and public organizations, to understand the joint mechanisms that occur among actors in a multi-level dimension of governance, to implement actions and policies related to the energy transition. In times of large opportunities made possible by advanced and cheaper technology solutions, the innovation stream is usually blocked by non-technological problems such as missing incentive alignments and poor information flow amongst actors. In fact, these actors cannot make a difference if policies or strategies are fragmented at different institutional levels of implementation or if the objectives are not harmonized - or even missing - at some levels and in case of lack of communication among actors. The document describes the engagement and stakeholder analysis methodology developed and used in the IMEAS project, starting from low-carbon real initiatives identified and developed within the Alpine Space by each organization involved in the partnership.