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SONNET Comes To A Close
SONNET team at the Putting People at the Heart of Energy Transitions event.

SONNET comes to a close

Looking back on three years of research and ahead to the future of social innovation in energy transitions

It is with mixed emotions that we share that today, 31 May, is the final day of the SONNET project. On the one hand, we are so proud of what we have catalysed over the past three years of work. On the other hand, it is always sad to be saying goodbye!

In the final days of the project, we released two outputs that bring together all of our research into easy-to-use packages: a final video and a Toolkit. We encourage you to make use of these outputs as you advance energy transitions in your own work.

The SONNET Toolkit of resources and guides will help you to harness the full potential of social innovation in energy transitions, while the final SONNET video breaks down our work over the past three years, and looks ahead to what’s next for social innovations in energy.

SONNET’s website will remain online for several more years, and you are encouraged to continue using it as a resource. However, we will no longer be sending out newsletter mailings. To stay connected to our community, please consider subscribing to SONNET partner organisations’ other, related, mailing lists:

  • ICLEI Europe’s Energy newsletter, here >>
  • The Fraunhofer ISI newsletter, here >>
  • DRIFT’s newsletter, here >>
  • The #JustSustainabilityTransitions mailing list, here >>
  • The Sussex Energy Group mailing list, here >>

A number of SONNET sister projects are still ongoing. Be sure to check out their newsletters and channels as well.

Finally, we say thank you to all those of you who have made use of our work, attended our webinars or events, worked with us as partners or speakers, or simply read our updates. We would not have been nearly as effective without our community.

You can continue to find our outputs available online at:, and on Twitter @SONNET_energy.

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