Departmental Bulletin Paper 市民・地域主体による再生可能エネルギー普及の取り組み : 「市民・地域共同発電所」の動向と展望 (特集 再生可能エネルギーによる地域再生 : 戦略的になすべきこと)

豊田, 陽介

6pp.87 - 100 , 2016-03-15 , 法政大学サステイナビリティ研究所
英文:Citizens’ Co-owned Renewable Energy Power Plants are community-based and cooperative installation, and a desirable measure to promote renewable energy. The first Citizens’ Co-owned Renewable Energy Power Plant was installed at Miyazaki in 1993. Then, next co-owned power plant was built at Shiga in 1998, which triggered spreading out these kind of power plant all over Japan. These co-owned and community-based power plants increased to more than 767 sites as of November 2015 and expected to be more than 800 sites. These efforts expanded to different areas and developed into various projects to create more suitable systems to the each community. In order to promote cooperative plants further, strategic approach, expanding network, and social capital improvement are necessary.

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