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Revista Polis e Psique

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BAIGORROTEGUI, Gloria. Energy communities and amerindian thougt since the breaks of COVID-19. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2021, vol.11, n.spe, pp. 177-203. ISSN 2238-152X.

Based on the deviations and stoppages in energy infrastructures that occurred given the COVID-19 pandemic, this contribution proposes to analyze the notions of Energy Communities from the Amerindian Thought. Specifically, it is inspired by the recognition of relationalities, reciprocities and complementarities which expand its dichotomous analyzes. In addition, these axes, considered against a motley background, situate energy communities as frictionally fruitful ways to face planetary challenges. Although they are impossible to reduce to the impulses of public policy, renewable technologies and fictions about metropolitan evasions, it seems prudent to warn about growing participation under ethical-political principles from local level.

Keywords : Energy Communities; Amerindian thought; Repair Studies; Covid-19.

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