Authors: 
Kerr, Sandy, et al
Short Description: 
Academic research relating to Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) has largely focused on resource assessment, technical viability and environmental impact. Social acceptability is equally critical to project success.
Product Number: 
ORESU-R-14-022
Entry Date: 
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Price: 
NA
Shipping & Handling: 
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Length: 
9 pp
Size and Format: 
8.5 x 11, online
Miscellaneous: 
Additional authors: Laura Watts, John Colton, Flaxen Conway, Angela Hull, Kate Johnson, Simon Jude, Andreas Kannen, Shelley MacDougall, Carly McLachlan, Tavis Potts, and Jo Vergunst
Source (Journal Article): 
Energy Policy 67: 694-702, 2014.
DOI Number (Journal Article): 
10.1016/j.enpol.2013.11.063
Abstract: 
This paper sets out an agenda for social studies research linked to MRE, identifying key topics for future research: (i) economic impacts; (ii) wealth distribution and community benefits; (iii) communication and knowledge flow; (iv) consultation...
Year of Publication: 
2014
How to Order: 

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