Catalonia is fully immersed in a scenario of energy transition. And it is in this process of transition that renewal energies become especially relevant, to the point of creating new energy landscapes unheard of thus far. This new scenario is an opportunity to learn and apply novel ways of relating to contemporary energy landscapes, and to building a new vision of this type of renewal energy.
Report issued by the Landscape Observatory of Catalonia with landscape criteria for installing photovoltaic systems.
Document prepared by the Landscape Observatory in 2013, commissioned by the Ministry of Territory and Sustainability of the Government of Catalonia. The document is addressed to technicians, professionals and developers, as well as local communities and institutions, with the objective to serve as a basis to help decide the places and the best conditions for the development of new wind projects, with the landscape quality as a main goal.
Open document Energia eòlica i paisatge (19,3Mb)
Energia eòlica i paisatge. Resum (683Mb)
Energía eólica y paisaje. Resumen (681Mb)
Wind energy and lansdscape. Summary (675Mb)
Énergie éolienne et paysage. Résumé (682Mb)
Energia eolica e paesaggio. Sintesi (683Mb)
Main results of the Erasmus+ SAVINGSCAPES project. This project, in which the Observatory participated among other partners from Catalonia, Finland, the Netherlands and Italy, was developed between 2020 and 2023. The main objective of the project was to improve landscape awareness and governance of cultural and natural landscapes through innovative learning interventions at university level, always in a framework based on future scenarios derived from the effects of climate change.Savingscapes Project Brief (2023)
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