The Socio-Economic Power of Renewable Energy Production Cooperatives in Germany

The Socio-Economic Power of Renewable Energy Production Cooperatives in Germany

The Socio-Economic Power of Renewable Energy Production Cooperatives in Germany
Aug 21, 2014 by Sarah Debor
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Enviornment and Energy
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Place of Publication: Wuppertal, Germany
Date of Publication: April 2014
Number of Pages: 25
License: CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0
Language of Publication: English

Energy cooperatives are important players in Germany's energy transition. Their positive socio-economic impact, especially in rural regions, has been highly significant yet not well understood. PhD student and Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarship holder, Sarah Debor, takes a closer look at the empirical evidence. This paper was first published by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy.

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