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ECPR Virtual General Conference 2020

The Political Economy of Local Sustainable Energy Transitions II

Local Government
Political Economy
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Gerhard Fuchs
Universität Stuttgart
Panel Discussant
Lucy Baker
University of Sussex

07/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Building: Institute of Romance Studies Floor: 3rd floor Room: 3.2
This panel explores the political economy of local sustainable energy transitions by asking questions about how we can better understand the juxtaposition between the potential of ‘the local’ as a site of sustainable, and more democratic, change and observations about limited local political, financial, and technical capacities.

Paper List

Title Details
Are Renewable Energy Cooperatives Promoting Energy Justice? Insights from a Typology of Energy Cooperatives Based on Different Dimensions of Social Justice View Paper Details
Modes of Political and Economic Participation and the Acceptance of Local Renewable Energy Projects View Paper Details
Re-Scaling IPE: Local Government, Sustainable Energy and Change View Paper Details
Shifting Power: The Impact of Decentralising Ownership of Electricity on Political Systems and their Outcomes View Paper Details
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