Wind Power in Europe: Politics, Business and Society by Joseph Szarka (auth.)

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In 1997, the EC white paper on renewable energy set the 'ambitious' target of 40,000 MW by 2010 (European Commission, 1997: 40). Yet by the end of 2005, 22 Diagnosing the Wind Sector 23 installed capacity in EU-25 was already 40,504 MW (EWEA, 2006: 6). 1 indicates. However, outcomes in 2005 were exceptional in that the USA was the country to install most new capacity. This was due to a renewal of subsidies in a turbulent context of stop-go policy support. 2 on cumulative capacity indicates. 3 presents data on recent capacity growth in the five countries on which this study concentrates.

Chapter 7 considers the development of wind power 'on the ground'. After reviewing the nature of siting issues, it considers the extent and significance of regional concentration of wind power in the five nations. It goes on to analyse the institutional frameworks for conflict management embedded within national planning traditions. It sets out the issues related to societal participation in planning processes, and the factors influencing social acceptance. The main questions here are: Have siting questions and conflict resolution been handled in a 'bottom-up or 'top-down' manner?

Nevertheless, analysis of the dimensions of acceptability illuminates the debate on the social contract, its associated practices and the norms regulating the behaviour of the various parties. Exploration of these issues allows clarification of how development path choices are being taken, by whom and where they are heading. Research outline and chapter review The research process The analyses presented in this book arose from a lengthy research process. An extensive literature review was undertaken, comprising analysis of published materials from academic and government Contextualising the Wind Power Debate 19 sources, as well as the 'grey literature' produced by various organisations.

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