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La transition de l'éolien vers de nouveaux milieux auparavant inexploités : une conséquence de la saturation visuelle de certains territoires ?

Abstract : The growing rarefaction of fossil fuels and a collective environmental awareness are behind a high degree of interest in renewable energies, including wind power. This enthusiasm has led to an important increase of wind farms. In some places, the concentration of wind turbines is so strong that it causes significant visual saturation. This pressure sometimes leads to a trivializing and a loss of identity of these landscapes. In recent years, a new trend is observed : the development of wind turbines in places unexploited for wind power production until now, such as sea coasts and forests. It is therefore interesting to try to understand if this phenomenon is a direct consequence of saturation and pressure on places overexploited. This work tries to give answers to this issue by relating EnvirEnE engineering office experience.
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Lucie Berthod. La transition de l'éolien vers de nouveaux milieux auparavant inexploités : une conséquence de la saturation visuelle de certains territoires ?. Sciences agricoles. 2013. ⟨dumas-00944900⟩

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