A pilot study of the acceleration of the adoption of carbon‐reducing technologies – Power‐to‐X in Scotland

Project: Standard

Project Details

Description

This interdisciplinary research looks at political, economic and societal barriers to the adoption of carbon‐reducing technologies based on a case study of Scotland. The project actively engages with the planned activities at Eden Campus surrounding carbon capture and green hydrogen. The interdisciplinary team harnesses the strengths of chemistry, political science, and management from conceptual frameworks to methodologies. The goal is to develop a survey instrument measuring key stakeholders’ susceptibility to institutional pressures that can enable better‐informed decisions at the level of policy‐making and implementation.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/08/2131/07/22

Funding

  • STAIRS - St Andrews Interdisciplinary Research Support: £54,569.00

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  • Carbon Literacy

    Ralitza Nikolaeva (Course leader) & Aliya Tskhay (Course leader)

    22 Jun 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in or organising a workshop, seminar, course