Integrated Spatial and Energy Planning

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Integrated Spatial and Energy Planning
Integrated Spatial and Energy Planning: Supporting Climate Protection and the Energy Turn with Means of Spatial Planning
Springer | Energy| May 4 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319318683 | 115 pages | pdf | 2.26 mb

Authors: Stoeglehner, G., Neugebauer, G., Erker, S., Narodoslawsky, M.
Maximizes readers insights into the interrelations between resources, technologies, and consumption patterns in spatial planning and development
Includes analytical tools applicable to real-world problems and case studies
Provides guidelines for researchers and practitioners in the field of spatial development

This book focuses on spatial planning “ an important determinant of energy saving and renewable energy supply. Revealing the key driving forces for spatial development supporting the shift towards energy efficiency and renewable energy supplies, it shows the importance of integrated spatial and energy planning approaches for a timely and sustainable change of energy systems, thus supporting policies of climate protection. As operating within the context of renewable energy sources is becoming a major policy issue at the international, European and national level, spatial dimensions of renewable energy systems as well as challenges, barriers and opportunities in different spatial contexts become more important. This book analyses not only the fundamental system interrelations between resources, technologies and consumption patterns with respect to energy, but also the links to the spatial context, and provides guidelines for researchers as well as practitioners in this new, emerging field. It presents innovative analytical tools to solve real-world problems and discusses the most important fields of action in integrated spatial and energy planning including planning contents, planning visions and principles as well as planning process design and planning methodology.

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