New guide helps small towns in green transition
Small communities represent an exciting opportunity for a much faster transition to a system based on 100 per cent renewable energy than would be possible in urban areas
How can a small community implement a system based on 100 per cent renewable energy? The answer lies in a new Nordic report, which provides practical guidelines for renewable energy projects and help communities in sparsely populated areas in their green transition.
The new tool kit Renewable energy supply and storage: Guide for planners and developers in sparsely populated areas will help small communities overcome the challenges associated with implementing renewable energy systems. The guide is produced by Nordic Energy Research and the consulting group COWI.