A multi-level perspective towards energy regime transitions: a wind energy case study

A multi-level perspective towards energy regime transitions: a wind energy case study
Document type
Conference Paper
Author(s)
Bagherian, Jila; Lettice, Fiona
Publisher
British Academy of Management
Date of publication
9 September 2014
Series
British Academy of Management Conference Proceedings 2014
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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[Authors' original abstract]

This short paper presents a literature review and develops a theoretical framework for developing a multi-level perspective towards energy regime transitions from fossil fuel to wind energy. By considering the case of diffusing wind energy in the UK and the Norfolk region in particular, this research aims to identify the technological, social and policy factors and actors that most influence the diffusion of wind energy within the region. By collecting and analysing data from a range of stakeholders, the research proposes to develop a model which shows the relationship between the factors and actors involved. This is in contrast to much research in this area which tends to focus on a single perspective.

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