Territorial planning of renewable energies
The necessary decarbonization of our society involves the electrification of the current energy system. One of the determining factors in climate change has been the relocation of energy production, which is currently based on the massive and unsustainable use of exogenous resources. Renewable energies allow the return to the endogenous production of energy, within the framework of a rural land that supplies these services to, fundamentally, the cities, which are the main consumers, as it does with food, services ecosystems, etc. The resulting territorial challenge is the necessary compatibility of this use that, finally, has returned to our territories, with the rest of the ordinary uses, values, heritage and functions of rural land.
Under the protection of this hypothesis, Territoria has carried out both territorial and urban planning instruments for the planning of renewable installations, as well as European and national research projects.