Autonomía enerxética local e desenvolvemento rural sustentableanálise da predisposición a participar en comunidades enerxéticas renovables

  1. López Cabarcos, María Ángeles 1
  2. Romero Castro, Noelia
  3. Miramontes Viña, Vanessa 1
  1. 1 Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
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    Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela, España

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Revista:
Revista galega de economía: Publicación Interdisciplinar da Facultade de Ciencias Económicas e Empresariais

ISSN: 1132-2799

Ano de publicación: 2020

Título do exemplar: Special Issue: Socio-economic challenges of demographic change

Volume: 29

Número: 2

Páxinas: 141-166

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.15304/RGE.29.2.6914 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

Outras publicacións en: Revista galega de economía: Publicación Interdisciplinar da Facultade de Ciencias Económicas e Empresariais

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  • Ano 2020
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  • Cuartil maior: Q4
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  • Ano 2020
  • CiteScore da revista: 0.4
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Resumo

As comunidades enerxéticas renovables (CER) postuláronse na literatura académica como unha potencial fonte de oportunidades para o desenvolvemento rural sustentable. As novas liñas estratéxicas do Goberno da nación apuntan a que poderían empezar a incentivarse dun modo máis contundente, polo que se fai necesario a análise dos condicionantes da predisposición a participar e/ou investir neste tipo de iniciativas. Con base na información recollida a través dunha enquisa nunha pequena localidade de Galicia, analizamos mediante técnicas cuantitativas (análises de compoñentes principais e de regresión múltiple) as características sociodemográficas e sociopsicolóxicas que determinan a predisposición a participar e/ou investir nunha CER rural. Os resultados revelan que o xénero, o nivel de renda e un factor de capital social relacionado coa confianza e a cooperación resultan significativos. Estes resultados permítennos formular conclusións e recomendacións para investigadores, promotores e lexisladores.

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