La transposition d’un modèle de transition énergétique international à l’échelle locale. Entre solutions techniques standardisées et outil d’aide à la décision

Abstract : The energy transition policies are based on standardized instruments that have the effect that a certain homogenization of urban space. From energy transition submitted by economist J. Rifkin (2011), the third industrial revolution, we analyse the transposition a global model at a local level. The comparative analysis of the two Masters plans proposed by J. Rifkin in Rome and Nord-Pasde- Calais region shows 1) a discrepancy between the global and the local operating model compared with the involvement of local actors ; and 2) the importance of local actors in the implementation of this model so that it is not played in a standardized way through the single application of technical measures, and become a real project of territory.
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Hélène Nessi. La transposition d’un modèle de transition énergétique international à l’échelle locale. Entre solutions techniques standardisées et outil d’aide à la décision. Les Annales de la Recherche Urbaine, PUCA, 2018, 113 (1), pp.220-233. ⟨10.3406/aru.2018.3285⟩. ⟨hal-02338076⟩

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