Abstract The paper explores the myriad potential benefits of four low-carbon transitions beyond those in the environmental or economic domain. Drawn from a rich set of original mixed methods data—across expert interviews, focus groups, and public internet forums—we examine the presumed multidimensional, qualitative co-benefits to nuclear power in France, solar photovoltaics in Germany, electric vehicles in Norway, and smart meters in Great Britain. We catalogue 128 identified prospective co-benefits to these four European low-carbon transitions, 30 for nuclear power, 30 for solar photovoltaic panels, 26 for electric vehicles and 42 for smart meters. Tellingly, 3...
free text keywords: Electric mobility, Energy transitions, Nuclear energy, Smart grids, Solar energy, Sustainability transitions, Economics and Econometrics, General Environmental Science, Photovoltaic system, Complementarity (molecular biology), Environmental economics, Smart grid, Temporality, Business, The Internet, business.industry, Focus group, Nuclear power, Solar energy
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