PocketWinWind is an online open access resource designed to promote socially inclusive wind energy development.
The tool allows friendly access to the outcomes of the WinWind project, which focussed on regions with a comparatively low market uptake of wind energy in Germany, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Spain. Fostering a continued dialogue via regional thematic workshops, and policy roundtables, the project has managed to engage multiple stakeholders, including wind energy opponents. WinWind results are published here since they proved useful resources for understanding and addressing the lack of social acceptance with tailored and socially inclusive measures.
You will find useful information on the advantages that wind energy may bring to you and your community, and an introduction to the key factors that may contribute or stop wind energy deployment
This section provides practical advice for addressing social acceptance issues, and highlights opportunities and advantages of socially inclusive wind energy deployment
You may find some useful information on wind energy deployment barriers and an array of tools and best practises to help you overcome them
In this section you will find an introduction on wind energy and useful information on its "state of the art"
In this section you will find a glossary explaining difficult or unusual words and expressions used in this website and in the WinWind project