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The importance of on-site evaluation for placing renewable energy in the landscape: A case study of the Búrfell wind farm (Iceland)

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Wind farms and rural tourism: A Portuguese case study of residents’ and visitors’ perceptions and attitudes

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On the spatial differentiation of energy transitions: Exploring determinants of uneven wind energy developments in the Czech Republic

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New Trends and Challenges for Energy Geographies: Introduction to The Special Issue

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Distance matters. Assessing socioeconomic impacts of the Dukovany nuclear power plant in the Czech Republic: Local perceptions and statistical evidence

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A Curse of Coal? Exploring Unintended Regional Consequences of Coal Energy in The Czech Republic

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Small-Scale Renewable Energy Systems in the Development of Distributed Generation in Poland

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The spatial distribution of renewable energy infrastructure in three particular provinces of South Africa

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