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The exploitation of renewable energy sources has become an important topic in the current scientific, economic and policy agenda. In particular the development of biomass energy can represent a multipurpose strategy since it can potentially cope with the energy objectives of those countries aiming at a substantial reduction of the dependence on petroleum feedstock.
This project aims at investigating those factors contributing to the establishment of an innovative protected space for biomass energy production. Specifically, changes in the socio-economic environment continuously stimulate the incumbent technologies that have to react and adapt to external conditions. These continuous stimuli can be classified as: (1) economic pressures that operate at the firms’ level; (2) social pressures originating from the landscape context, (3) technological pressures, deriving from R&D activities.
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