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Smart Energy Regions – skills, knowledge and supply chains

Calzada, Jamie Roset, Kaltenegger, Ingrid, Patterson, Joanne Louise and Varriale, Fabrizio, eds. 2016. Smart Energy Regions – skills, knowledge and supply chains. Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture.

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Abstract

This book presents work undertaken as part of the COST Action Smart Energy Regions (SMARTER). Case studies are presented illustrating good practice used to enhance skills, knowledge, training and supply chains associated with energy and low carbon agenda at a regional scale across the 27 European countries participating in the Action and how these are helping to progress the low carbon agenda relevant to a regional scale. The skills, knowledge and training section provides a summary of different types of education and training opportunities available helping to identify gaps where further education and training would be required to enable a large scale roll out for low carbon technologies. The investigation into supply chains illustrates how businesses within the low carbon technology supply chain can be strengthened and supported further. This work supports the broader aims and objectives of the Smart Energy Regions COST Action to investigate the drivers and barriers that may impact on the large scale implementation of low carbon technologies in the built environment essential to meet the targets for sustainable development set by the EU and national governments. This publication is part of suite of outputs from the Smart Energy Regions COST Action investigating different aspects associated with implementation of the low carbon agenda at a region scale. This publication is supported by COST.

Item Type: Book
Book Type: Edited Book
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Architecture
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
Publisher: Welsh School of Architecture
ISBN: 9781899895
Funders: Cost European Cooperation In Science And Technology
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Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 09:02
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/89591

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