External resources for energy sufficiency
ENOUGH - International Network for Sufficiency Research & Policy
Established in 2018 by a group of academic and non-academic experts, this network aims at increasing the visibility on sufficiency research and approaches, facilitating networking activities and information sharing, acting as a resource centre, and undertaking collective work. ENOUGH is an informal and independent network relying on its members. It is supported by eceee and the European H2020 project EUFORIE. Anyone interested can contact email@example.com, and visit the network page on ResearchGate.
NégaWatt Association (France)
This policy think tank was founded in 2001 and is well known for its 2050 energy scenario for France, one of the first of its kind to consider sufficiency as a core input. It has developed expertise on sufficiency assumptions and policies in all sectors, and has been active in promoting it at national and European level. Visit their site here.
The energy sufficiency library
eceee's energy sufficiency library contains all concept papers, workshop reports and presentations from the Energy Sufficiency project. It also highlights relevant reports from other sources to help you dig deeper and better understand what sufficiency might mean for you and our society.