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07 May 2020

Results PVE lifting corona measures in the Netherlands in Dutch talk show

Results PVE lifting corona measures in the Netherlands in Dutch talk show

Dutch citizens want to get out of the lock-down as a unit. This and other results of the PVE lifting corona measures in the Netherlands were presented by Niek Mouter in the Dutch talk show ‘Tijd voor Max’ last Wednesday. In the interview, Niek explains what a PVE is and how this research was conducted.

28 April 2020

TU Delft to launch online survey of preferred exit scenarios on 29 April

TU Delft to launch online survey of preferred exit scenarios on 29 April

TU Delft researchers will be asking people in the Netherlands on how they would prefer coronavirus measures to be relaxed. From 29 April, anyone will be able to make their preferences known at www.tudelft.nl/covidexit.

18 April 2020

TPM research in relation to the coronavirus, including PVE

TPM research in relation to the coronavirus, including PVE

PVE is currently working on a research about lifting the coronameasures in the Netherlands. We are not the only TPM researchers who are working on research which is directly or indirectly related to the coronavirus.

02 April 2020

Webinar results PVE Heat transition vision Utrecht

Webinar results PVE Heat transition vision Utrecht

The Municipality of Utrecht aims to have 40.000 homes and other buildings in the city gas-free by 2030. The municipality is already working on 18.000 homes, so there are still 22.00 homes to be made gas-free. To come to a plan and include residents, the municipality had a Participative Value Evaluation (PVE) carried out, in which 617 residents participated. Coming Tuesday 7 April, from 3.30 pm – 5 pm, we will present the results of the PWE that has been carried out for the heat transition vision of the Municipality of Utrecht. This is done in the form of a webinar, via Zoom.

26 March 2020

PVE as a source for co-creation in the sustainable heating transition

PVE as a source for co-creation in the sustainable heating transition

Heating is a fundamental aspect of the human need for shelter in our colder climates. Heat is a cultural service that cannot be seen through the lens of economic efficiencies and return on investments only. In the transition to sustainable heating, homeowners and local communities therefore form essential parts of the system. Their contribution to this low carbon transition by adopting sustainable heating technology for their homes and buildings is key to making it happen, and co-creation provides the space.

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