Urban form have been and continue to be significantly influenced by changes in the political economy of energy. The energy-city relationship has been central to the process of economic and technological development. The nature of the interrelationship between recent changes in energy and urban conditions and the constraints and opportunities these changes pose for our energy and urban futures is explored in this volume. A growing number of urbanists and at least some energy policy researchers have come to recognize its importance for both our energy and urban futures. This volume of Energy Policy Studies brings together representative research on a variety of issues raised by the changing energy-city relationship.
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