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Title Energy transition in the Baltic Sea Region : understanding stakeholder engagement and community acceptance / edited by Farid Karimi and Michael Rodi.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.


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Edition 1 Edition.
Description 1 online resource.
Series Routledge studies in energy transitions
Routledge studies in energy transitions.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "This book analyses the potential for active stakeholder engagement in the energy transition in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) in order to foster clean energy deployment. Public acceptability and bottom-up activities can be critical for enduring otucomes to an energy transition. As a result, it is vital to understand how to unlock the potential for public, community and prosumer participation to facilitate renewable energy deployment and a clean energy transition - and, consequently, to examine the factors influencing social acceptability. Focussing on the diverse BSR, this book draws on expert contributions to consider a range of different topics, including the challenges of social acceptance and its policy implications; strategies to address challenges of acceptability among stakeholders; and community engagement in clean energy production. Overall, the authors examine the practical implications of current policy measures and provide recommendations on how lessons learnt from this 'energy lab region' may be applied to other regions. Reflecting an interdisciplinary approach in the social sciences, this book is an essential resource for scholars, students and policymakers researching and working in the areas of renewable energy, energy policy and citizen engagement, and interested in understanding the potential for bottom-up, grassroots activities and social acceptability to expedite the energy transition and reanimate democracies"-- Provided by publisher.
Note Description based upon online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed Janurary 17, 2022).
Contents IntroductionEnergy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region: Bottom-up Activities, Stakeholder Engagement and Social AcceptabilityFarid Karimi and Michael RodiPART I: Stakeholder engagement and acceptance: a legal frameworkActive Participation in the Energy Transition: The Challenges of European RegulationJohannes Antoni and Michael RodiSocial Acceptance in the Transition to Renewable Energy: How Law Supposedly Can Manage Local OppositionBirgitte Egelund OlsenPART II: Energy policy for engaging people for an energy transition in the Baltic Sea RegionCitizen Preferences for Co-investing in Renewable Energy: An Empirical Exploration of the 'Community-as-investor' Acceptance of Renewables' InnovationCristian Pons-Seres de Brauwer and Jed CohenBetter Off Alone? The Development of Citizen Involvement and Community Energy in the Swedish Energy TransitionDick MagnussonPART III: Flexibility options for demand-side, social acceptance and community engagement: case studiesFrom Acceptability and Acceptance to Active Behavioural Support: Engaging the General Public in the Transition of the Electric Energy System in FinlandMatti Kojo, Ilkka Ruostetsaari, Jussi Valta, Pami Aalto and Pertti JärventaustaEngaging the Public for Citizen Energy Production in Norway: Energy Narratives and Opportunities and Barriers for an Inclusive Energy TransitionKarina Standal and Mariëlle FeenstraRevitalisation Living Lab as a Format to Accelerate an Energy Transition in Polish Rural Areas: The Case Studies of Metropolitan Outskirts Gdańsk-Orunia and Lubań Bartosz Pietrzykowski, Gabriela Rembarz and Adam Cenian9.Energy Clusters in Poland: Towards Diffused Green Energy Communities Izabela SurwilloPART IV: Insights from other sectors and regions10. Actor Roles and Practices in Energy Transitions: Perspectives from Finnish Housing Cooperatives Senja Laakso and Jani Lukkarinen11. A Mixed Methods Engaged Study of Divergent Imaginaries in Bergen's Mobility Transition Siddharth Sareen, Devyn Remme, Amber Nordholm and KatinkaWågsæther12. Co-creating Policies on Societal Transformations as a Factor of Resilience of Modern Society Nadeja Komendantova, Sonata Neumueller and Elvis NkoanaConclusion13. The Power of the Grassroots: The Baltic Sea Region, an Energy Transition Laboratory Farid Karimi and Michael Rodi
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Subject Energy policy -- Baltic Sea Region.
Renewable natural resources -- Baltic Sea Region.
Political participation -- Baltic Sea Region.
Energy transition -- Baltic Sea Region.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Energy Industries.
SCIENCE / Energy.
Energy development. (OCoLC)fst00910034
Energy transition. (OCoLC)fst02027895
Renewable energy sources. (OCoLC)fst01094570
Europe -- Baltic Sea Region. (OCoLC)fst01724846
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Karimi, Farid, editor.
Rodi, Michael, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Energy transition in the Baltic Sea Region 1 Edition. New York, NY : Routledge, 2022 9781032003085 (DLC) 2021044812
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9781032003115 paperback
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