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Title: Community Energy and a Just Energy Transition: What We Know, and What We Still Need to Find Out
Author(s): Savaresi, Annalisa
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Editor(s): del Guayo, Iñigo
Godden, Lee
Zillman, Donald D
Montoya, Milton Fernando
Gonzalez, Jose Juan
Citation: Savaresi A (2020) Community Energy and a Just Energy Transition: What We Know, and What We Still Need to Find Out. In: del Guayo I, Godden L, Zillman DD, Montoya MF & Gonzalez JJ (eds.) Energy Justice and Energy Law. Distributive, Procedural, Restorative and Social Justice in Energy Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 67-82.
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: First paragraph: The search for the means to deliver the energy transition has brought to the fore the potential to engender transformative change through grassroots innovation and new forms of social and policy experimentation.1 In this fast- moving landscape, law- and policy- makers have in recent years adopted measures to stimulate decentralized renewable energy generation, with the involvement of local and rural communities, who have thus become protagonists of the energy transition.
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