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What are the key strategies to identify the role of power and politics in the regime that resists renewable energy? How are we able to encourage manifestation of energy democracy and how could that impact public behavior to demand infrastructural change for the transition to clean and sustainable energy?

The rapid increase in GHG emissions corresponds with the increased combustion of fossil fuels primarily by the energy supply sector at 85% (IPCC, 2014). Science has identified the problem and it also provides the solutions, among which is the critical transformation to low-carbon intensity renewable energy (RE) in the energy supply sector. The RE industry is recognized for its 1 to 10% ratio of carbon intensity to a unit of energy output when compared to fossil fuels (IPCC, 2014).

More recently, emerging literature has opened a debate about the role that power and politics may play in the resistance to the socio-technical transition to low-carbon technologies.

Aug 14, 2020 02:30 PM in Vienna

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