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Transition énergétique et hydrogène : le Living Lab ou l’ébauche d’une recherche participative

Abstract : Hydrogen offers possibities for the decentralization of energy production and new political perspectives for the energy transition. Thus, the « Living Lab » process which used in Normandy, represents an original experience based on a co-building methodology of innovation in order to make a public able to lead a social inquiry. Engaging institutional actors, participants, but also organizers and researchers in a process approaching participatory research, this initiative was supposed to facilitate a "common" ownership of hydrogen through the development of use scenarios mobilizing this energy vector and their prototyping. After a presentation of the Living Lab’s modalities and actors, this paper will trace the history of two prototypes develop on it. Despite the institutional constraints that weigh on these, they will make it possible to measure the relevance of the approach which remains a source of participant’s emancipatory perspectives.
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Rudy Amand, Pauline Ducoulombier, François Millet. Transition énergétique et hydrogène : le Living Lab ou l’ébauche d’une recherche participative. VertigO : La Revue Électronique en Sciences de l'Environnement, VertigO, 2021, Transition énergétique bas carbone (et hydrogène) : quelles politiques ?, 18 p. ⟨10.4000/vertigo.29989⟩. ⟨hal-03213992⟩



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