The big picture: the future role of gas

Bert Kiewiet, Maurice Vos, Henri C. Moll, René M.J. Benders, Gideon A.H. Laugs, Jan Hessels Miedema, Anu Manickam, Bart ter Veer, Hein Matthee

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Abstract

There are a plethora of drivers of change in energy systems until 2015. The role of social and political actors is likely to be more noticeable. In Europe, locally, high-impact ideas like green consumerism and limited acceptance of energy systems that result in trade-offs will be important. Nationally, the empowerment of individuals and communities and the politicization of energy-related issues will be drivers of change. Internationally, energy issues will become more important in the foreign and security policies of state and non-state actors.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEnergy Delta Gas Research (EDGaR)
Number of pages178
Publication statusPublished - 31 Mar 2015

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Keywords

  • energy systems
  • energy transition
  • geopolitics
  • local politics

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Kiewiet, B., Vos, M., Moll, H. C., Benders, R. M. J., Laugs, G. A. H., Miedema, J. H., ... Matthee, H. (2015). The big picture: the future role of gas. Energy Delta Gas Research (EDGaR).