Resilient energy landscapes: A spatial quest?

Christian Zuidema, Jessica de Boer

OnderzoeksoutputAcademic

5 Citaten (Scopus)
9 Downloads (Pure)

Samenvatting

The past decade has seen a swift increase in societal and political commitment to shift towards a more sustainable energy system. This commitment is confirmed by European Union Climate and Energy targets (CEC, 2010). Among the prime means to accommodate such a shift is the increased use of renewables in the energy mix, which the European Union has set at a twenty percent share in 2020. The use of renewables will have vast spatial implications. Fossil fuels are often found below the surface and transported to centralised units to produce electricity or the distribution of fuels. Renewables such as wind, solar or hydropower are often above the surface, highly visible and require vast amounts of space. Hence, we will have to accept energy production becoming an increasingly prominent part of our landscapes.

Originele taal-2English
TitelGoverning for Resilience in Vulnerable Places
RedacteurenElen-Maarja Trell, Britta Restemeyer, Melanie M. Bakema, Bettina van Hoven
Plaats van productieLondon
UitgeverijTaylor and Francis Ltd
Hoofdstuk3
Pagina's15-37
Aantal pagina's23
Uitgave1st
ISBN van elektronische versie9781315103761
ISBN van geprinte versie9781138216495
DOI's
StatusPublished - 2017

Citeer dit