SILCI was a research project running from 2016-2021 exploring low carbon consumer innovations and how they spread through processes of social influence.
Low carbon consumer innovations imply changes to how we produce and use energy, move around, eat, and integrate digital technologies into our daily lives in ways that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
You can read a synthesis of all SILCI’s findings here. We have also archived all our papers, reports, blogs, talks, and posts on this website. Have an explore!
Digital, smart, web-enabled, data-driven technologies are reshaping traditional energy-conversion infrastructure, hardware, and devices in multiple domains from cities and grids to buildings and transport.