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Home | News | Fellow Vladimir Karamychev and his team awarded NWO Research Grant
News | February 07, 2020

Fellow Vladimir Karamychev and his team awarded NWO Research Grant

A multidisciplinary research team, including fellow Vladimir Karamychev (Erasmus University Rotterdam), has received a research grant from the Dutch Research Council (NWO). The grant is 500,000 euro worth and awarded to study the effect of energy transition on energy consumption and fuel poverty of low income households.

Fellow Vladimir Karamychev and his team awarded NWO Research Grant

The research team consists of empirical economist Ioulia Ossokina, behavioural scientist Theo Arentze (both from Eindhoven University of Technology), theoretical economist Vladimir Karamychev (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and data scientist Suzan Verberne (Leiden University).

Their project goes under the acronym BEL (Behaviour, Energy transition, Low income) and involves a consortium of three universities and four social housing providers. The full title of the project is, Tenants’ behavioural responses to residential energy transition: are intended energy savings feasible?

View the summary of the project on the NWO website.

For more information, visit the website of Erasmus School of Economics.