Sustainable energy communities: a study contrasting Spain and Germany
Carmen Romero-Rubio and
José Ramón de Andrés Díaz
Energy Policy, 2015, vol. 85, issue C, 397-409
In recent years, several governments and organisations in the developed world have encouraged the creation of sustainable energy communities (SECs) as a strategy for achieving their energy and environmental targets. However, whereas in some of these countries (e.g., Germany), numerous SECs have been founded, there are other countries, such as Spain, where the creation and growth of SECs has been much slower.
Keywords: Sustainable energy communities; Renewable energy (RE); Legal framework (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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