Analysis of the impact of adoption of innovative working and education modalities (smart-working, distance-learning) on the energy use and forecasts in Europe
Reference persons LAURA SAVOLDI
Research Groups MAHTEP
Thesis type RESEARCH, INNOVATIVE
Description The Covid-19 has created the biggest global crisis in generations, sending shock waves through health systems, economies and societies around the world. The energy sector is also severely affected by this crisis, which has slowed down transport, trade and economic activities all over the world. The aim of proposed activity is to analyze the impact of the unprecedented large-scale adoption of virtual working and education modalities, implemented during the lockdown period, to assess the effect of their long-term adoption on the energy and productivity sectors, and to examine the deriving shift in energy use through benchmarking analysis, conducted on a panel of acknowledged energy models both at regional and global scale.
Deadline 11/06/2021 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA