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Energiegenossenschaften — das Erfolgsmodell braucht neue Dynamik

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Energiegenossenschaften, in denen sich Bürger(innen) ehrenamtlich engagieren, sind zu einem Symbol für eine bürgernahe Energiewende geworden.Neue Energiegenossenschaften werden jedoch kaum noch gegründet, weil sie nach der Novelle des Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetzes gegenüber großen Anbietern benachteiligt sind. Gefragt sind nun neue Geschäftsmodelle, die helfen, dieses Modell neben Stadtwerken und privatwirtschaftlichen Versorgern auf dem Energiemarkt zu etablieren. So müssen die Genossenschaftsmitglieder etwa Know-how aufbauen, hauptamtliche Stellen schaffen und Risikokapital mobilisieren.
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Keywords: EEG; energy cooperatives; energy transition; founding rates; participation

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2015

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