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Strategic orientation and priority setting in energy planning are high on the political agenda in Denmark due to the ambitious national goal of fossil-free energy systems. One key issue concerns the involvement of stakeholders – and non-expert stakeholders in particular – in discussions on how to increase wind power installations. Another key issue is the emphasis on long-term societal interests and future possibilities regarding changes in the innovation sys-tem of wind power, i.e., how to take into account citizens’ multiple concerns regarding the impact of wind turbines on aspects such as environment and health or what is per-ceived as an unfair distribution of economic gains, as well as how wind turbines could contribute to local development or be seen as a local contribution to a national transi-tion of the energy system. This calls for a transdisciplinary approach to science and innovation based on an exhaustive contextual understanding of interplay, divergences and relationships between stakeholders and methods for transparent strategic priority setting in research.
|Title of host publication||Handbuch Energiewende und Partizipation|
|Editors||Lars Holstenkamp, Jörg Radtke|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication date||1 Oct 2017|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Oct 2017|
- wind power
- Action Research
- public planning
- transdisciplinary research
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Wind2050: Wind2050 - Multidisciplinary study on local acceptance and development of wind power projects
01/01/2014 → 01/07/2017