Publications

Journal Publications


Conflicting values in the smart electricity grid a comprehensive overview
de Wildt, T. E., Chappin, E. J. L., van de Kaa, G., Herder, P. M. & van de Poel, I. R., 2019, In : Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 111, p. 184-196 13 p. Available online


The Capability Approach as a normative framework for technology assessment
Hillerbrand, R., Milchram, C. & Schippl, J., 2019, In : TATuP – Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis. 28, 1, p. 52-57 Available online


A comprehensive approach to reviewing latent topics addressed by literature across multiple disciplines
T. E. de Wildt, E. J. Chappin, G. van de Kaa, P. M. Herder, 2018, Applied Energy 228 (2018) 2111–2128 Available online


Energy Justice and Smart Grid Systems: Evidence from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
Milchram, C., Hillerbrand, R., van de Kaa, G., Doorn, N. & Künneke, R.,  2018, In : Applied Energy. 229, p. 1244-1259 16 p. Available online


Moral values as factors for social acceptance of smart grid technologies
Milchram, C., van de Kaa, G., Doorn, N. & Künneke, R.,  2018, In : Sustainability (Switzerland). 10, 8, 23 p., 2703 Available online


Conference contributions and reports


The unbalances in well-being caused by the energy transition: ABM and scenario discovery
De Wildt, T.E., Chappin, E.J.L., 2019, presented at Social Simulation Conference 2019, 23-27 September 2019, Mainz, Germany


Evaluating energy justice in local smart grid systems
Milchram, C., 2019, presented at International Conference on New Pathways for Community Energy and Storage, 6-7 June 2019, Groningen, Netherlands


Just Smart: Incorporating Energy Justice in Smart Grid Systems Best Poster Award – 3rd Prize
Milchram, C., 2019, Poster presented at: 2nd International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science, 28-31 May 2019, Tempe (AZ), USA 


The role of values in analyzing energy systems: Insights from moral philosophy, institutional economics, and sociology
Milchram, C., Märker, C. & Hake, J. F., 2019, In : Energy Procedia. 158, p. 3741-3747 7 p.


Exploring energy injustices using the capability approach and agent-based models
De Wildt, T.E., 2018, presented at Sustainable Urban Energy Systems Conference, 8-9 November 2018, Delft, Netherlands


Incorporating energy justice in smart grid systems
Milchram, C., 2018, presented at Sustainable Urban Energy Systems Conference, 8-9 November 2018, Delft, Netherlands


Exploring energy injustices using the capability approach and agent-based models
De Wildt, T.E., 2018, presented at Energy justice and the capability approach – interdisciplinary perspectives, 12-13 September 2018, Malmö, Sweden


The Capability Approach as a normative perspective on energy justice: Insights from two case studies on digitalization in the energy sector
Hillerbrand, R., Milchram, C., Schippl, J., 2018, presented at Energy justice and the capability approach – interdisciplinary perspectives, 12-13 September 2018, Malmö, Sweden


Evaluating the moral acceptability of energy systems using agent-based models
De Wildt, T.E., Chappin, E.J.L., 2018, presented at 25th Iaps 2018 Rome Conference, 8-13 July 2018, Rome, Italy


Combining Cross-Impact Balances and Scenario Discovery to Design Adaptive Policy Pathways Supporting the Moral Acceptability of Energy Systems
De Wildt, T.E., Schweizer, V.J., 2018, presented at 9th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, 24-28 June 2018, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA


Exploring issues of fairness in the smart electricity grid using agent-based modelling
De Wildt, T.E., 2018, presented at WICI Conference on Modelling Complex Urban Environments, 21 June 2018, Waterloo, Canada


Analyzing the embeddedness of social values in smart grid systems
Milchram, C., Märker, C., 2018, presented at 3rd NEST conference New Frontiers in Energy Transitions, 15-16 March 2018, Utrecht, Netherlands


The role of values in analysing energy systems: Insights from moral philosophy, institutional economics and sociology
Märker, C. and Milchram, Chr., 2018, In Sumpf, P. and Büscher, C. (eds.). SHAPE ENERGY Research Design Challenge: Control, change and capacity-building in energy systems. Cambridge: SHAPE ENERGY Available online


Values at stake for smart grid systems: The case of the Netherlands
Milchram, C. & Hillerbrand, R.,  2017, Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water, and Environment Systems (SDEWES), 4-8 October 2017, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Towards an institutional framework to evaluate the embeddedness of values in smart energy systems
Milchram, C., 2017, presented at the Summer School of the Institutional and Organizational Economics Association (IOEA), 22-26 May 2017, Corsica, France


Moral values as factors for social acceptance: the case of smart energy systems
Milchram, C. & van de Kaa, G.,  2017, Proceedings of 26th Conference of the International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT), 14-18 May 2017, Vienna, Austria


Ethical Acceptability and Social Acceptance of Smart Energy Systems
Milchram, C., 2016, Poster presented at: PhD Energy Event 2016, Delft Energy Initiative, 2 October 2016, Delft, Netherlands Available online

Key publications on which this project is based can be found below


Künneke, R., Mehos, D.C., Hillerbrand, R. & Hemmes, K. 2015. Understanding Values Embedded in Offshore Wind Energy Systems: Towards a Purposeful Institutional and Technological Design. Environmental Science & Policy 53: 118-129. Available online


Ligtvoet, A, Kaa, G van de, Fens, TW, Beers, CP van, Herder, PM & Van den Hoven, MJ (2015). Value sensitive design of complex product systems. In M Janssen, MA Wimmer & A Deljoo (Eds.), Policy practice and digital science: Integrating complex systems, social simulation and public administration in policy research (Public Administration and Information Technology, 10) (pp. 157-176). Berlin: Springer. Available online


Correlje, AF, Cuppen, EHWJ, Dignum, M, Pesch, U & Taebi, B (2015). Responsible innovation in energy projects: Values in the design of technologies, institutions and stakeholder interactions. In BJ Koops, I Oosterlaken, H Romijn, T Swierstra & J van den Hoven (Eds.), Responsible innovation 2: Concepts, approaches, and applications (pp. 183-200). Cham: Springer. Available online

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