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Midford, Paul

The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security

Midford, Paul - The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction

1. Introduction
Espen Moe

Part I. Energy Security

2. What is Strategic about Energy? De-simplifying Energy Security
Gunnar Fermann

3. The Energy Security of Japan after Fukushima 3/11
Frank Umbach

4. The Impact of 3–11 on Japanese Public Opinion and Policy Toward Energy Security
Paul Midford

5. China’s Energy Security
Øystein Tunsjø

6. The Norwegian Energy Security Debate: Domestic and International Dimensions
Jakub M. Godzimirski

Part II. Renewable Technologies and Politics

7. Technologies for Electricity Generation in Wind Turbines
Bogi Bech Jensen, Tore Undeland

8. Early Promoter of Solar Photovoltaics: Forty Years of Development of Policy and Technology in Japan
Kenji Asano

9. Smart, but is It Sustainable? The Importance of Reconciling Non-Technical Concerns in Grid-Development Policies
Audun Ruud

Part III. Energy and Politics: Solutions and Policy Frameworks

10. A Review of Renewable Energy Legislation and Policies in China
Yu Wang

11. From ‘Worn’ to ‘Green’ China Model? Energy in the 12th Five-Year Plan in an Environmental and Climate-Change Perspective
Jørgen Delman, Ole Odgaard

12. Enabling China’s Low-Carbon Transition: The 12th Five-Year Plan and the Future Climate Regime
Jiangwen Guo, Eric Zusman, Espen Moe

13. The German Policy Support Mechanism for Photovoltaics: The Road to Grid Parity
Karolina Jankowska

14. Vested Interests, Energy Policy and Renewables in Japan, China, Norway and Denmark
Espen Moe

15. Conclusions

15. Conclusions
Paul Midford

Keywords: Environment, Sustainable Development, Environmental Politics, Political Economy, Economic Policy, Environmental Economics, International Relations

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Energy, Climate and the Environment Series
Page amount
354 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137338877
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-46420-3

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