In an original way, the volume articulates a multi-scale analysis of the energy transition, between the European, national, regional and local levels, with a triple sociological, legal and economic perspective. At each level, different norms, rationalities, interests and values come into play. This is particularly visible in a trinational framework such as the Upper Rhine, between France, Germany and Switzerland. This cross-border space is all the more significant for analysing, in terms of social interactions, the way in which concrete projects emerge, whether they are led by local authorities, private energy groups, associations or committed citizens.
The book is edited by Prof. Philippe Hamman of the University of Strasbourg, France, and is available at: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/edit/10.4324/9781003199977/cross-border-renewable-energy-transitions-philippe-hamman