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Transition Management And Institutional Reform: The Case Of A Transition To Hydrogen As A Motor Fuel In The Netherlands

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This chapter provides an in-depth look at Dutch transition policy to the present day with an eye to institutional reform. To do so, it will take a closer look at the transition to the use of hydrogen as an 'alternative motor fuel', one of the possibilities identified by the Dutch government as part of creating a more sustainable energy system. The first part of the chapter starts by elaborating transition theory in order to understand the complexity of sociotechnical change. The second part introduces a Dutch hydrogen transition pathway to illustrate the conceptual framework. The third part brings both former sections together in an attempt to analyze the role transition management has played until now in governing a transition to hydrogen.

Keywords: Dutch hydrogen transition pathway; sustainable energy system; transition theory



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