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  1. 1. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 764717. The sole responsibility for the content of this presentation lies with its author and in no way reflects the views of the European Union. Socially-Inclusive Deployment of Wind Energy European Policy Context Arthur Hinsch ICLEI Europe 25.04 2019
  2. 2. A socially-fair Energy Transition? https://www.wattenrat.de/2014/09/07/windenergie-abstand- zur-bebauung-herr-kettwig-ist-besorgt/
  3. 3. Huge Potential Friend of the Earth 2018
  4. 4. Examples from other policy roundtables • German policy roundtable: • Participatory formats and the importance of including citizens to enable real open dialogue • Improved concession fee regulation to increase municipal revenue • Spanish policy roundtable: • New balearic law on climate change • Opportunities for the integration of wind energy in protected areas • Repowering of existing wind farms • Norwegian policy roundtable: • New national framework for wind energy • People‘s perception of wind energy • Polish policy roundtable • Energy clusters • Exemption to 10H ruke for projects with high social acceptance
  5. 5. European Policy Roundtable During the EU Sustainable Energy Week on 17 June 2019 Strategic review of EU policy with regard to social acceptance of RES Collecting good examples from national policy roundtables Facilitating the exchange of stakeholders on a European level European Policy Roundtable
  6. 6. Unique opportunity to modernise our economy and to The New EU Strategy THE ENERGY SYSTEM OF TOMORROW WILL HAVE TO LOOK DIFFERENT 2030 50 % of electricity to come from renewables 2050 Electricity completely carbon free We have the most ambitious climate commitments in the world, thanks to the EU With leadership comes responsibility create the growth and jobs we needboost competitiveness
  7. 7. Clean Energy for All Europeans Renewable Energy Directive (REDII) Electricity Directive Governance Regulation
  8. 8. New Enabling Frameworks PROVIDES THE FOUNDATION TO INCREASE SUPPORT TO CITIZENS • Requires Member States to create enabling framework based on analysis of national context. These strategies are included in the NECPs • Call on the Member States to include goals for production by producers/consumers and communities Scotland has set a specific target for Community Energy
  9. 9. New Opportunities… RECOGNITION OF THE ROLE OF CITIZEN AND COMMUNITY AS STAKEHOLDERS IN THE ENERGY SYSTEM As individuals (citizens, families, and small-medium enterprise, you may install RES on your property. As Energy Community: forming legal entity Through aggregators: Piecing together small independent producers In appartments Through Peer- to-Peer trading: between consumers
  10. 10. Renewable Energy Community Participation Open to all and autonomous legal entity Proximity rule Members Natural persons, SMEs Local authorities Purpose Environmental, economic or social benefits for members Not specifically financial
  11. 11. New Rights! Right to generate, consume, store, sell and share renewable energy • Right to fair costs for energy produced • Right to access to energy markets • Protection against discriminating procedures and penalizing costs • Right to adequate remuneration or support • Right to information for citizens on how to exercise their rights
  12. 12. A game changer for local authorities all over Europe
  13. 13. Some European Inspiration
  14. 14. Some Key Questions • What are the barriers/challenges to socially-inclusive deployment of wind energy? • What is the role of the different stakeholders and particularly of the local and regional authorities? • What are the risks with shifting to a participatory and decentralized supply structure? • What best practices can be transferred to other European countries?
  15. 15. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 764717. The sole responsibility for the content of this presentation lies with its author and in no way reflects the views of the European Union. winwind-project.eu info-winwind@PolSoz.FU-Berlin.de @winwind_eu WinWind Project Thank you for your attention. arthur.hinsch@iclei.org

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