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Local Energy Governance. Opportunities and Challenges for Renewable and Decentralised Energy in France and Japan

Aki Suwa
  • Fonction : Directeur de publication

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Local Energy Governance: Opportunities and Challenges for Renewable and Decentralised Energy in France and Japan examines the extent of the energy transition taking place at a local level in France and Japan, two countries that share ambitious targets regarding the reduction of GHG emissions, their share of renewable energy and their degree of market liberalization. This book observes local energy policies and initiatives and applies an institutional and legal analysis to help identify barriers but also opportunities in the development of renewable energies in the territories. The book will highlight governance features that incubate energy transition at the local level through interdisciplinary contributions that offer legal, political, sociological and technological perspectives. Overall, the book will draw conclusions that will also be informative for other countries aiming at promoting renewable energies. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of energy policy and energy governance.
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hal-04080969 , version 1 (25-04-2023)

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  • HAL Id : hal-04080969 , version 1

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Magali Dreyfus, Aki Suwa (Dir.). Local Energy Governance. Opportunities and Challenges for Renewable and Decentralised Energy in France and Japan : Opportunities and Challenges for Renewable and Decentralised Energy in France and Japan. Routledge / Taylor & Francis, 292 p., 2022, 9780367458911. ⟨hal-04080969⟩
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