Inês Campos is a Pos-doc researcher on interdisciplinary social sciences and climate change research. With a Ph.D. in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies, she has mainly focussed on the societal aspects of climate change adaptation, including social innovation, and the active role of citizens and social movements in the energy transition. She has coordinated the H2020 project PROSEU (mainstreaming prosumers in the energy union) and her key research focus is on delivering new knowledge for a more just and inclusive transition and for a wider societal engagement in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Campos, I., Brito, M. & Luz, G. (2023) Scales of solar energy: Exploring citizen satisfaction, interest, and values in a comparison of regions in Portugal and Spain.Energy Research & Social Science, 97, 102952. DOI:10.1016/j.erss.2023.102952 (IF2021 8,514; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
Horstink, L., Wittmayer, J.M., Ng, K., Luz, G., Marín-González, E., Gährs, S., Campos, I., Holstenkamp, L., Oxenaar, S. & Brown, D. (2020) Collective renewable energy prosumers and the promises of the energy union: taking stock.Energies, 13(2), 421. DOI:10.3390/en13020421 (IF2020 3,004; Q3 Energie & Fuels)
Inês, C., Guilherme, P.L., Esther, M.G., Swantje, G., Stephen, H. & Lars, H. (2020) Regulatory challenges and opportunities for collective renewable energy prosumers in the EU.Energy Policy, 138, 111212. DOI:10.1016/j.enpol.2019.111212 (IF2020 6,142; Q1 Environmental Studies)
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