Mapping vulnerability to Future Fuels – A Scoping Review

Addressing the limited understanding of energy vulnerability and disadvantage in the shift to lower carbon gaseous future fuels for residential energy services in Australia.

Project date

2021

What is the project?

Responding to the industry need to address consumer vulnerability in the future fuels transition, this stakeholder-engaged scoping study will provide a basic understanding of the preconditions that shape current and future gas-related vulnerability, explore possible opportunities for mitigation and identify knowledge gaps. This knowledge may guide future research, support customer engagement and innovation adoption and facilitate social and political acceptance of the new fuels and technologies.

Project team

Dr Nicola Willand

Dr Trivess Moore

Associate Professor Sarah Holdsworth

Dr Orana Sandri

Professor Jan Hayes

Funding

Future Fuels CRC

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