Economics, politics and business environment; Entrepreneurship; Ethics and social responsibility; Strategy and general management; Technology, R&D management
Decentral energy, regulation, governance, renewables, digitalization
M13, M14, H40, L26, L32, L38, L43, L51, L94, L98, Q42, Q48, Q55, Q56, Q58
Decentralised energy supply turns from a niche product into a mass phenomenon – not only with the rise of renewable energies such as solar, wind or biomass, but also with micro co-generation, residential storage and autonomous island systems. The edited volume “Decentralised Energy – a Global Game Changer“ portrays the transformation of energy supply into a decentralised structure from two angles: governance and business model innovation, with governments and entrepreneurs as two complementary “agents of change”.