EnergyREV Co-l for User Engagement, Preferences and Behaviour
Charlie Wilson is a Professor in Energy and Climate Change in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research for which he co-ordinates the Accelerating Social Transitions programme. His research lies at the intersection between innovation, behaviour and policy in the field of energy and climate change mitigation. He works at both a systems level, looking at long-run historical and future transitions, and at a micro level, looking at technology adoption and low-energy behaviour.
As a Co-Investigator on EnergyREV's Work Package 4 on User Engagement, Charlie is working to ensure that the social dimensions of local energy systems are clearly understood, focusing particularly on the roles played by individual, household, and firm-level energy users.