In the face of the intensifying and dynamic challenge of social acceptance of wind energy in most parts of the world, IEA Wind TCP Task 28 on Social Acceptance of Wind Energy Projects serves as an international forum and working group.
- Understanding community acceptance of a potential offshore wind energy project in different locations: an island-based analysis of place-technology fit
Devine-Wright & Wiersma
- ‘Individual or Collective? Community Involvement, Local Taxes, and the Social Acceptance of Wind Energy in Switzerland’
By P Vuichard
- ‘Co-benefit model of offshore wind farm with fishery community
By Yasushi Maruyama
- Expanding the scope and implications of energy research: A guide to key themes and concepts from the Social Sciences and Humanities
- U.S. National Survey Wind Power Project Neighbors, Overall Analysis of Attitudes: Summary Results
- Wind turbine audibility and noise annoyance in a national U.S. survey: Individual perception and influencing factors
Gundula Hübner and Johannes Pohl, Germany, Joe Rand, and Ben Hoen, Jeremy Firestone, T. Ryan Haac, Matthew Landis, and Debi Elliott
- Scale, history and justice in community wind energy: An empirical review
• Baxter, J., Walker, C., Ellis, G., Devine-Wright, P., Adams, M. and Smith Fullerton, R.
- Citizen participation for wind energy: experiences from Germany and beyond
- Mixed feelings on wind energy: Affective imagery and local concern driving social acceptance in Switzerland
Cousse, J. Wüstenhagen, R. Schneider, N.
- Using NIMBY rhetoric as a political resource to negotiate responses to local energy infrastructure: a power line case study
Batel, S. and Devine-Wright, P.
- Annoyance of residents induced by wind turbine obstruction lights: A cross-country comparison of impact factors
Johannes Pohl, David Rudolph, Ivar Lyhne, Niels-Erik Clausen, Sara Bjørn Aaen, Gundula Hübner, Lone Kørnøv, Julia K. Kirkegaard
- Coevolution of Technology and Society: Case Study of Offshore Windfarm in Japan
- Understanding Costs Associated With Wind Energy Opposition and Stakeholder Engagement Briefing Document
Elizabeth Gill and Joe Rand
- “After the leases are signed, it's a done deal”: Exploring procedural injustices for utility-scale wind energy planning in the United States
Salma Elmalla and Joseph Rand
- In the shadow of wind energy: Predicting community exposure and annoyance to wind turbine shadow flicker in the United States
Ryan Haac, Ryan Darlow, Ken Kaliski, Joseph Rand, and Ben Hoen
- School district revenue shocks, resource allocations, and student achievement: Evidence from the universe of US wind energy installations
Brunner, E., Hoen, B., & Hyman, J.
- The Governance of Renewable Energy Projects and Expanded Distributive Justice
Miyauch and Fukunaga eds
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