Green Energy for a Green City—A Multi-Perspective Model Approach
AbstractThe basis for implementing demands for a green city is the use of, among other things, innovative “clean” technologies. However, it is mostly and directly connected to the increased use of electric energy. Green transport is an appropriate example of this. By contrast, conventional sources of energy (e.g., based on coal) have a very negative impact on people and the environment. Therefore, this article mentions an attempt to solve a complex problem of employing renewable energy sources (RES) as an element of the “green city” system. The research was carried out on the basis of a feasibility study (decision game) for the location of a wind farm in the vicinity of the city of Szczecin, Poland. When constructing the decision models, multiple-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) methods were applied, especially analytic hierarchy process (AHP) and preference ranking organization method for enrichment evaluation (PROMETHEE). View Full-Text
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Wątróbski, J.; Ziemba, P.; Jankowski, J.; Zioło, M. Green Energy for a Green City—A Multi-Perspective Model Approach. Sustainability 2016, 8, 702.
Wątróbski J, Ziemba P, Jankowski J, Zioło M. Green Energy for a Green City—A Multi-Perspective Model Approach. Sustainability. 2016; 8(8):702.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wątróbski, Jarosław; Ziemba, Paweł; Jankowski, Jarosław; Zioło, Magdalena. 2016. "Green Energy for a Green City—A Multi-Perspective Model Approach." Sustainability 8, no. 8: 702.
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