Journal article

Spatial Aggregation and Renewable Energy Landscape Planning: A Case Study in Victoria

Siqing Chen

Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture | Herbert Wichmann Verlag | Published : 2019


Spatially explicit assessment of renewable energy resources is critical for large scale landscape planning and design aimed at promoting clean energy supply and carbon neutrality so that future economic development and social advancement can be sustained. Renewable energy planning at national or state level is pivotal to a nation’s socio-economic sustainability in the context of the oil crisis, anthropogenic climate change and the social and economic impacts of globalisation resulting in the international dispersal of energy supply and ownership. Using Victoria (Australia) as a case study, this study aims to investigate the annual spatial heterogeneity of renewable energy potential across th..

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