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They are in a better position to mobilise support and acceptance. This does not mean that ‘outsidercompanies’ cannot choose to adopt a strategy of timely involvement and financial participation. Collaborative planning for wind power Local planning institutions that merely offer the possibility of consultation are often contrasted with collaborative planning and decision-making, related to ideas of deliberative democracy (Bell et all, 2005; Dryzek, 2005; Kahn, 2003; Wolsink, 2000). Instead of competitive interest bargaining, it aims at consensus building, involving all stakeholders and identifying diverse interests, encouraging those who usually do not actively respond to participate (Bell et al¸2005).

The main question of our research is as follows: How can we explain the diverging outcomes of wind power implementation with reference to institutional capacity building? The concept of institutional capacity building is elaborated in the next chapter. Chapter 3 addresses the research method and design. The chapters 4, 5, and 6 contain the empirical case studies. The following chapter (7) investigates perspectives on wind power developments among key stakeholders. Chapter 8 presents the cross-comparison and the final chapter (9) draws conclusions on the basis of the comparison on institutional capacity building and discusses the wider relevance of these findings.

McLaren-Loring’s study on local networks opposing or supporting wind farm developments concluded: “It appears that the presence of a strong group of opponents may be more significant to the end result than employing even the best participatory techniques” (McLaren-Loring, 2004:367). 2) Knowledge: If local stakeholders are involved in the preparation of the project plan (co-production), it can result in better plans and projects, since more sources of knowledge are involved. For instance, local stakeholders can provide vital information on matters of land-use development that is not apparent in land-use plans (Hammarlund, 2002).

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