Ana Escario-Chust, Fenna Vogelzang, Jordi Peris-Blanes, Guillermo Palau-Salvador, Sergio Segura-Calero
Energy Research & Social Science
Multi-stakeholder engagement spaces are important instruments for transition governance. Due to their nature they require acute consciousness of the local context and place they are based in. The research presented in this paper adds to the body of literature on how to govern the energy transition at a local level, and contributes to filling the gap on the role of multi-stakeholder engagement groups in the energy transition process within a southern European context.