The paper presents a method for identifying and classifying local stakeholders involved in renewable energy development. The method is based on the expert assessment and comprises three main steps: (1) identification of the independent experts considering their expertise and knowledge of the local context; (2) identification of the local stakeholders based on expert assessment; and (3) analytical categorisation of stakeholders taking into account the professional relationship network. Using forest biomass (bioenergy) production as example, the stakeholder analysis is illustrated on the case study of Triglav National Park, which is characterised by a high potential of woody biomass production and a large number of stakeholders involved in land use and management. The first stage of stakeholder analysis identifies the key stakeholders to be involved in bioenergy development, through a survey with local experts. The results highlight eight key stakeholders and several primary and secondary stakeholders that should be involved to ensure socially acceptable decision-making about the renewable energy development in the Triglav National Park. © 2015 by Forest Research Institute.

Stakeholder analysis in the biomass energy development based on the experts opinions: The example of Triglav National Park in Slovenia / Grilli, Gianluca; Garegnani, Giulia; Poljanec, Aleš; Ficko, Andrej; Vettorato, Daniele; De Meo, Isabella; Paletto, Alessandro. - In: FOLIA FORESTALIA POLONICA. SERIA A. LESNICTWO. - ISSN 0071-6677. - STAMPA. - 57:3(2015), pp. 173-186. [10.1515/ffp-2015-0017]

Stakeholder analysis in the biomass energy development based on the experts opinions: The example of Triglav National Park in Slovenia

Grilli, Gianluca;Garegnani, Giulia;Vettorato, Daniele;
2015

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The paper presents a method for identifying and classifying local stakeholders involved in renewable energy development. The method is based on the expert assessment and comprises three main steps: (1) identification of the independent experts considering their expertise and knowledge of the local context; (2) identification of the local stakeholders based on expert assessment; and (3) analytical categorisation of stakeholders taking into account the professional relationship network. Using forest biomass (bioenergy) production as example, the stakeholder analysis is illustrated on the case study of Triglav National Park, which is characterised by a high potential of woody biomass production and a large number of stakeholders involved in land use and management. The first stage of stakeholder analysis identifies the key stakeholders to be involved in bioenergy development, through a survey with local experts. The results highlight eight key stakeholders and several primary and secondary stakeholders that should be involved to ensure socially acceptable decision-making about the renewable energy development in the Triglav National Park. © 2015 by Forest Research Institute.
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Grilli, Gianluca; Garegnani, Giulia; Poljanec, Aleš; Ficko, Andrej; Vettorato, Daniele; De Meo, Isabella; Paletto, Alessandro
Stakeholder analysis in the biomass energy development based on the experts opinions: The example of Triglav National Park in Slovenia / Grilli, Gianluca; Garegnani, Giulia; Poljanec, Aleš; Ficko, Andrej; Vettorato, Daniele; De Meo, Isabella; Paletto, Alessandro. - In: FOLIA FORESTALIA POLONICA. SERIA A. LESNICTWO. - ISSN 0071-6677. - STAMPA. - 57:3(2015), pp. 173-186. [10.1515/ffp-2015-0017]
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