The importance of testing theoretical instruments and models

Alenka Petrinjak, Triglav National Park, leader of the work package "Testing and implementation"

Alenka Petrinjak, Triglav National Park, leader of the work package “Testing and implementation” (c) Alenka Petrinjak

The recharge.green project is now in its final phase. Over the next six months our experts will be finalising maps of renewable energy potentials in the Alps. They have developed and continue to refine instruments and models for testing the potential impacts of renewable energy use on nature and ecosystem services.
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How will these instruments and models work in different realities in the Alps and for different renewable energy sources? Our six project pilot areas, Triglav National Park (Slovenia), Maritime Alps Nature Park (Italy), Province of Belluno (Italy), Vorarlberg (Austria), Bavaria (Germany), and Northern French Alps (France), are tasked with ground-truthing the models. The pilot areas will also give feedback to the experts on the scenarios CCA-500 developed in the project. Broadly speaking, the entire Alpine space is similar in geographic and cultural features, but at the micro buy Windows 10 Pro Key level there are many differences. The feedback from 70-480 pilot areas is therefore important to take into account location-specific factors that have to be evaluated buy Windows 10 Home Key before planning new renewable energy facilities in the Alps.