Publieke acceptatie en energie

Met deze cursus wordt inzicht geboden in de processen achter publieke acceptatie en de cursus geeft een breed overzicht van de ‘best practices’ van publieke acceptatie en betrokkenheid, vanuit zowel academisch perspectief als de praktijk. 

Overzicht inhoud relevante informatie (Beschikbare informatie opvraagbaar bij EDI)

  1. Introduction to public acceptance.
    Public Attitudes, Understanding, and Engagement in relation to Low-Carbon Energy: A selective review of academic and non-academic literatures.
  2. Characteristics of energy projects and their effect s on public acceptance (push and pull mechanisms. High/low costs behaviour):
    Comparing push and pull measures for PV and wind in Europe.
    A model of fair trade buying behavior. The role of perceived quantity and quality of information and of product-specific attitudes.
    Identifying and explaining public preferences for the attributes of energy technologies.
  3. Distributive justice.
    Public acceptance of wind energy and bioenergy projects in the framework of distributive and procedural justice theories: Insights from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
    Wind power implementation the nature of public attitudes : equity and fairness instead of ‘backyard motives’.
    Equality, Distributive Justice and Legitimacy: Chapter 10. Ethical Economics.
  4. How are energy projects introduced to the consumers?
    Public support for energy sources and related technologies: The impact of simple information provision.
    The effect of tailored information, goal setting, and tailored feedback on household energy use, energy-related behaviors, and behavioral antecedents.
  5. Public acceptance in project initiation phase: the legal framework.
    Why are energy policies acceptable and effective?
  6. Organizational strategies for public acceptance
    How organisational motives  and communications affect public trust  in organisations. The case of carbon dioxide capture and storage.
    Relationships as organisational resources: examining public relations impact thought its connection with organisational strategies.
  7. Public acceptance in the project initiation phase
    Public  Perceptions of CCS: the results of Near CO2 European Focus Groups.
    Shareholder participation practices and onshore CCS: Lessons from the Dutch CC Case
    A review of science-policy interactions in the Dutch Wadden Sea – the cockle fishery and gas exploitation controversies.
  8. Demographic and psychological factors:
    The influence of values on evaluations of energy alternatives.
    Psychological factors influencing sustainable energy technology acceptance: A review-based comprehensive  framework.
    Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: A tidal energy case study.
  9. Selective mind
    Perception and misperception of bias in human judgment.
    Perception. Chapter 2 of the Cognition book.
  10. Privacy concerns
    Smart meters, smarter regulation: balancing privacy and innovation in the electric grid.
    Privacy and the modern grid.
    Smart Grid – Smart Customer Policy Needs.
  11. Identification of project stakeholders (interests, capacities and relations)
    Stakeholder Identification and Analysis.
    Defining, identifying and mapping stakeholders in the assessment of urban sustainability.
  12. Implementation of Social Impact Assessment
    International Principles for Social Impact Assessment.
    The potential application of social impact assessment in integrated coastal zone management.
  13. PA from a project investor’s perspective
    Stakeholder dynamics and responsibilities in Public  - Private Partnerships: A mixed experience.
  14. Applying lessons learnt
    Stakeholder Engagement: A Good Practice Handbook for Companies Doing Business in Emerging Markets.
    From Words to Action: The Stakeholder Engagement Manual.
  15. Public involvement and trust in stakeholders:
    Trust and community: Exploring the meanings, contexts and dynamics of community renewable energy.
    Find the differences and the similarities: relating perceived benefits. Perceived costs and protected values to acceptance of five energy technologies.
  16. Joint production: From consumer to a co-producer
    A descriptive model of the consumer co-production process.
    Transforming usual consumers in prosumers with the help of intellectual capital collaboration for innovation.
  17. Learning through evaluation of energy policies and projects
    Evaluating Renewable Energy Policy: A review of Criteria and Indicators for Assessment.
    Handbook on Impact Evaluation.
  18. Publicity and public acceptance
    Scrutinizing the impact of CCS communication on the general and local public.
    Effective communication strategies to engage the public and stakeholders around CCS projects: a review of country experiences.
    Creating and Effective Dissemination Strategy.
  19. Compensation mechanisms
    Compensation for public harms: why public goods are preferred to money.
    Public Opinion and Executive Compensation.
  20. Integrative approach to public acceptance at the project execution stage
    Critical success factors in effective project implementation.
    Local acceptance of renewable energy  - A case study from southeast Germany.
  21. Learning from your peers
    Realisation of new tunneling methods for the METRO Amsterdam, Noord/Zuidlijn – the contractors point of view.


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