The paper discusses how and why different stakeholders from the energy field (e.g. energy industry, decision-makers, research and academic institutions, NGO's etc.) position energy literacy as a key part of their CSR and/or sustainability agenda. It shows how different principles of energy literacy are taken into account and incorporated in stakeholder's communication activities.
Theoretical part of the paper is complemented with a case-study presentation of the EN-LITE (ENergy LITEracy) project that was developed in Slovenia in 2013 and is since then implemented by the paper's co-authors. EN-LITE's mission, results and further plans are presented and discussed from the project's stakeholders CSR agenda viewpoint, supported in detail by a presentation of ELES's (Slovene transmission system operator) strategic position towards energy literacy.
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