Energy communities in a distributed energy scenario: four different kinds of community arrangements
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Impact of Support Mechanisms on Microgeneration Performance in OECD Countries: Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme October 2014; A Report of Annex 54 “Integration of Micro-Generation and Related Energy Technologies in Buildings" Hawkes, AD; Brandoni, C; Tzscheutschler, P; Rosato, A.; Sibilio, P; Angrisani, G; Roselli, C; Sasso, M; Tariello, F; Renzi, M; Polonara, F; Caresana, F; Johnson, G; Morrison, IB; Entchev, E; Ghobar, M; Lee, EJ; Anindito, S; Zapata, Riveros J; Engeland, JV; Donceel, R; D’haeseleer, W; Shimoda, Y; Aoki, T; Sakonji, T (2014)
Energy communities in the transition to a low-carbon future: A taxonomical approach and some policy dilemmas Moroni S; Alberti V; Antoniucci V; Bisello A (2019)In calls for transition to a society in which energy production is based on renewable sources, a fundamental role is increasingly assigned to so-called 'energy communities'. The term 'energy communities' is, however, used ...