Situative governance and energy transitions in a spatial context : case studies from Germany

@inproceedings{Fuchs2014SituativeGA,
  title={Situative governance and energy transitions in a spatial context : case studies from Germany},
  author={Gerhard Fuchs and Nele Hinderer},
  year={2014}
}
While the traditional form of electricity generation and supply is based on centralized structures with large-scale power plants, the objective of a strongly decentralized form of energy supply is increasingly becoming of importance. Sustainability-oriented energy transitions are relying on various sorts of renewable energies coupled with energy efficiency initiatives. In the current existing regulatory and market frameworks in Germany and elsewhere, important technical and institutional… CONTINUE READING

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