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Larger, diversified and courted : the new triad of local firms of infrastructure in transition ?

Abstract : Following Jaglin and Verdeil’s argument (2013), this article considers that a certain obsession for energy transition may overlook important transformations of energy systems. A focus on largely understudies local utilities in three very different contexts (Grenoble, Magdeburg, Medellin) reveals important though silent changes that indicate new emerging infrastructure regimes and complete the literature on infrastructure firms.
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Daniel Florentin, Pauline Gabillet, Catalina Duque Gomez. Larger, diversified and courted : the new triad of local firms of infrastructure in transition ?. Network Industries quarterly, 2015, Urban Energy Transition, 17 (2), https://mir.epfl.ch/files/content/sites/mir/files/Newsletter/Vol%2017,%20No%202,%202015/NIQ%20Vol%2017%20-%20Issue%202%20-%202015.pdf. ⟨hal-01265942⟩

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