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D3.1 Matrix of Technological Innovation Systems Selected for 15 Cases Studies

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Introduction and Summary

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Country case study context overview

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: The Netherlands - Solar PV & Livestock sector

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D6.1 Stakeholder mapping

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In this opening Deliverable for Work Package 6, we elaborate on the concepts of innovation systems and the role of stakeholders, which are central to later tasks and case study analysis in Work Package 3.

D3.3 A final brief of 14 country case studies

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TRANSrisk Publication on a delay-based Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping approach of expert views on low-carbon transition strategies for the Dutch solar sector, Baku, Azerbaidschan

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TRANSrisk partner NTUA participated in the 18th IFAC Conference on Technology, Culture and International Stability held on 13-15 September 2018, in Baku, Azerbaidschan.

TRANSrisk results on a delay-based Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping approach of expert views on low-carbon transition strategies for the Dutch solar sector were promoted through a presentation along with a relevant paper.

18th IFAC Conference on Technology, Culture and International Stability, 13-15 September 2018, Baku, Azerbaidschan

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JIQ Magazine Vol. 23, No. 4 (February 2018)

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TRANSrisk researcher Krisztina Szendrei has published the article "Reaching the 2020 Target? The Potential Role of Solar Energy in the Netherlands", in JIQ Magazine vol. 23, no. 4.

TRANSrisk Publication on assessing co-effects and trade-offs of low-emission transition pathways to meet 2030 climate objectives in the Dutch livestock sector, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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TRANSrisk partner JIN participated in the 3rd edition of the ManuREsource conference held on 27-28 November 2017, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

TRANSrisk framework for assessing co-effects and trade-offs of low-emission transition pathways to meet 2030 climate objectives in the Dutch livestock sector were promoted through a presentation along with a relevant paper.

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