A View of Energy Cooperatives from the Framework of Energy Justice

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  • Burak Baş Phd Student, Giresun University, Institute of Social Sciences, 59030, Giresun /Türkiye https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9817-1251
  • Işıl Demirtaş Giresun University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Department of Economics, Giresun/Türkiye


Energy Justice, Rrenewable enery, Energy cooperatives


Energy justice offers a conceptual framework against the problems created by the traditional energy system. Considering that the traditional energy system is the basis of many injustices, it seems inevitable to establish a new energy production approach. In this context, first of all, the principles of procedurral, distributional and recognition of energy justice were examined. In the context of these three principles, examples of energy cooperatives were examined in terms of their applicability to the energy system and it was discussed whether energy cooperatives are a concrete model that can realize energy justice.




How to Cite

Baş, B., & Demirtaş, I. (2022). A View of Energy Cooperatives from the Framework of Energy Justice. Journal of Recycling Economy & Sustainability Policy, 1(1), 18–26. Retrieved from https://respjournal.com/index.php/pub/article/view/3