Understanding Community-centred Perspectives and lived experiences in energy transition norms

The agency of the people (seen as a feeling of control over actions and their consequences) is crucial in developing policy directives for social and environmental justice that support fair and equitable access to sustainable energy infrastructure and use. Using a community-centred approach to explore individuals’ rationale, perspectives, and lived experiences on energy transition pathways, the study explores how communities and individuals react to the government’s energy/climate policy directives on energy transitions through norm-setting behaviour.