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Venturing the Definition of Green Energy Transition: A systematic literature review

  title={Venturing the Definition of Green Energy Transition: A systematic literature review},
  author={Pedro V. Hernandez Serrano and Amrapali Zaveri},
  journal={arXiv: General Economics},
The issue of climate change has become increasingly noteworthy in the past years, the transition towards a renewable energy system is a priority in the transition to a sustainable society. In this document, we explore the definition of green energy transition, how it is reached, and what are the driven factors to achieve it. To answer that firstly, we have conducted a literature review discovering definitions from different disciplines, secondly, gathering the key factors that are drivers for… Expand
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