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Scholten, Daniel

The Geopolitics of Renewables

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Table of contents

1. The Geopolitics of Renewables—An Introduction and Expectations
Daniel Scholten

Part I. The Emerging Global Energy Game; Winners and Losers

2. Geopolitics of the Renewable Energy Game and Its Potential Impact upon Global Power Relations
David Criekemans

3. Redrawing the Geopolitical Map: International Relations and Renewable Energies
Karen Smith Stegen

4. Battling for a Shrinking Market: Oil Producers, the Renewables Revolution, and the Risk of Stranded Assets
Thijs Van de Graaf

Part II. Regional and Bilateral Energy Relations of Established and Rising Powers

5. The Geopolitical Implications of a Clean Energy Future from the Perspective of the United States
Varun Sivaram, Sagatom Saha

6. The International Reverberations of Germany’s Energiewende; Geoeconomics in the EU’s Geo-Energy Space
Thomas Sattich

7. China and Renewables: The Priority of Economics over Geopolitics
Duncan Freeman

8. Drivers, Apparatus, and Implications of India’s Renewable Energy Ambitions
Kanika Chawla

Part III. Infrastructure Developments and Governance Responses

9. New Governance Challenges and Conflicts of the Energy Transition: Renewable Electricity Generation and Transmission as Contested Socio-technical Options
Fritz Reusswig, Nadejda Komendantova, Antonella Battaglini

10. Connecting Visions of a Future Renewable Energy Grid
Marloes Dignum

11. Renewables and the Core of the Energy Union: How the Pentalateral Forum Facilitates the Energy Transition in Western Europe
Susann Handke

Part IV. Conclusion

12. The Strategic Realities of the Emerging Energy Game—Conclusion and Reflection
Daniel Scholten, Rick Bosman

Keywords: Energy, Energy Policy, Economics and Management, Energy Security, International Relations, Natural Resource and Energy Economics

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Lecture Notes in Energy
Page amount
21 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319678559
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-67854-2

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