Seminar: How to improve the local acceptance of renewable energy – what can we learn from Denmark?

Can the community energy model enhance the acceptability of wind energy in the municipalities of Finland? Wind energy is already used to produce 45% of Denmark's electricity consumption, while in Finland, the amount of wind electricity is 7%. How did the compact-sized Denmark manage to build so much wind energy? What could Finland learn about progressing social acceptability and best practices of Denmark, now that inexpensive wind power is beginning to emerge also in Finland?

Links:

http://smartenergytransition.fi/fi/miniseminar-21-5-2019-how-to-improve-the-local-acceptance-of-renewable-energy-what-can-we-learn-from-denmark/  

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Documents:

Seminar Wind Energy Social Acceptability EU Green Week 2019 Material

Organisation/acronym:

Aalto University

Organisation type:

Academia,

Location:

Helsinki, Finland

Event type:

Seminar,

Date:

21/05/2019 - 21/05/2019

Themes:

Citizen's engagement, Energy and climate, Governance, Implementation of legislation,

Target audience:

Research community/Academia, Local or regional authorities,

Contact details:

Allu Pyhälammi
Email: allu.pyhalammi@aalto.fi