Sustainable Implementation: Policies and PracticesWork Package 2
Co-Leaded by USE and UNITN
This Work Package includes research and activities and support for the dissemination of the PEARLS project. Its core objective is to facilitate a better understanding of legal frameworks and daily practice in the implementation of renewable energy landscapes. Legal frameworks include energy policy, land use planning and landscape practice regulations. These will be analysed through an exchange of staff among participating organisations on conjunction with said organisations’ cooperation. Secondment periods will enable contact with expert personnel and renewable energy landscape beneficiaries. Exchanges will allow us to go beyond the literature review in which these legal frameworks are usually set and go into territorial, landscape, cultural and natural differences in greater depth.
02. To analyze environmental impact assessment procedures to enable the inclusion of natural and cultural aspects. Constructing a return for policy makers.
03. To research and develop tools to increase public participation in energy policy and renewable energy landscape implementation practices.
Research Reports (RR) from participating countries relating to their national contexts for the construction of comparative energy policy, land use planning and landscape practice schemes. A common scheme will be established by the WP Leader for the reports. This enables references to legal documents, directives, strategies and programmes. Special importance will be given to identifying REL as specific concept in policies and practices.
PLANNING AND ENGAGEMENT ARENAS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY LANDSCAPES
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Address: Avda. Ciudad Jardín, 20/22, 1ª pta. 41005 Sevilla ( España )
Funded by: Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions. H2020 Research Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)
Project Number: 778039 - PEARLS
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 778039.