Energy and development in the periphery: A regional perspective on small hydropower projects

@inproceedings{Bere2017EnergyAD,
  title={Energy and development in the periphery: A regional perspective on small hydropower projects},
  author={Jemma Bere and Calvin N. Jones and Stuart J. Jones and Maxim C. R. Munday},
  year={2017}
}
Investments in renewable energy have been identified as one mechanism for encouraging development in lagging regions, with community owned or operated facilities potentially having a relatively greater impact. The development of small hydropower installations in Wales is examined to establish the economic and community benefits of such schemes. The sector displays a number of locally beneficial economic characteristics that are absent from larger scale renewable investments. However, this is… CONTINUE READING

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