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2017

Jess Britton

Smart meter data and equitable energy transitions - can cities play a role?
September 2017 | Local Environment | Link

Matthew Lockwood, Antony Froggatt, Georgina Wright & Joseph Dutton

The implications of Brexit for the electricity sector in Great Britain: Trade-offs between market integration and policy influence
November 2017 | Energy Policy | Link

Antony Froggatt, Georgina Wright and Matthew Lockwood

Staying connected: Key elements for UK-EU27 energy cooperation after Brexit
May 2017 | Chatham House, UKERC and EPG joint project | PDF

Joseph Dutton & Matthew Lockwood

Ideas, institutions and interests in the politics of cross-border electricity interconnection: Greenlink, Britain and Ireland
March 2017 | Energy Policy | Link

Richard Hoggett

People, demand and governance in future energy systems
February 2017 | IGov Working Paper | Link

Lena Kitzing, Marco Islam (DTU) & Oscar Fitch-Roy (University of Exeter)

Comparison of auctions and alternative policy options for RES-E support
January 2016 | AURES Report | Link

 

2016

Nick Eyre & Matthew Lockwood

The governance of retail energy market services in the UK: a framework for the future
November 2016 | UKERC Working Paper | Link

Matthew Lockwood, Catherine Mitchell, Richard Hoggett & Caroline Kuzemko

GB energy governance for innovation, sustainability and affordability: An institutional framework
November 2016 | IGov paper | Link

Lena Kitzing, Marco Islam, Emilie Rosenlund Soysal (DTU), Anne Held, Mario Ragwitz, Jenny Winkler, Simone Steinhilber (Fraunhofer ISI), Pablo del Río (CSIC), Fabian Wigand, Silvana Tiedemann, Corinna Klessman (Ecofys), Sebastian Busch, André Ortner (TU Wien), Jan Krieß (Takon), Oscar Fitch-Roy, Bridget Woodman (University of Exeter)

Recommendations on the role of auctions in a new renewable energy directive
October 2016 | AURES Report | Link

Matthew Lockwood, Catherine Mitchell, Richard Hoggett & Caroline Kuzemko

Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes
September 2016 | BIEE 2016 conference paper | Link

Richard Lowes

Political power and the development of the GB Renewable Heat Incentive
September 2016 | BIEE 2016 conference paper | Link

Catherine Mitchell, Matthew Lockwood, Richard Hoggett & Caroline Kuzemko

Governing for innovation without disruption in energy systems
September 2016 | BIEE 2016 conference paper | Link

Joseph Dutton

It will take more than giving people a share in shale gas profits to sway public opinion on fracking
August 2016 | The Conversation | Link

Bridget Woodman

Hinkley Point C delay: How to exploit this attack of common sense in energy policy
July 2016 | The Conversation | Link

Matthew Lockwood, Caroline Kuzemko, Catherine Mitchell & Richard Hoggett

Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: A research agenda
July 2016 | Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy | Link

Matthew Lockwood

The UK's Levy Conrol Framework for renewable electricity support: Effects and significance
July 2016 | Energy Policy | Link

Joseph Dutton

The EU referendum: Implications for UK energy policy
July 2016 | The Conversation | Link

Paul Ekins, Joseph Dutton & Jim Watson

The EU referendum: Implications for UK energy policy
May 2016 | UKERC Policy Briefing | PDF

Richard Lowes, Bridget Woodman & Jessica Britton

EPG response to the Energy and Climate Committee's 2020 renewable heat and transport targets inquiry
April 2016 | Written evidence | Link

Richard Lowes, Bridget Woodman & Jessica Britton

EPG response to the DECC consultation: The Renewable Heat Incentive - A reformed and refocussed scheme
April 2016 | DECC consultation response | ‌

Matthew Lockwood

Reviewing the benefits of the Low Carbon Networks Fund and the governance of the Network Innovation Competition and the Network Innovation Allowance
February 2016 | Ofgem consultation response | PDF

Burns, C., A. Jordan, V. Gravey, N. Berny, S. Bulmer, N. Carter, R. Cowell, J. Dutton, B. Moore, S. Oberthür, S. Owens, T. Rayner, J. Scott & B. Stewart

The EU Referendum and the UK environment: An expert review
April 2016 | The UK in a Changing Europe | Link

Oscar Fitch-Roy & Bridget Woodman

Auctions for renewable energy support in the United Kingdom: Instruments and lessons learnt
March 2016 | AURES Report | Link

Shane Fudge, Michael Peters & Bridget Woodman

Local authorities as niche actors: the case of energy governance in the UK
March 2016 | Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions | Link 

Jess Britton

Smart meter data and public interest issues - The sub-national perspective
March 2016 | TEDDINET, CSE & Sustainability First discussion paper | PDF

Anthony Froggatt & Amelia Hadfield

Will the European Energy Union  transform the sector?
February 2016 | New Power | Link

Matthew Lockwood

Creating protective space for innovation in electricity distribution networks in Great Britain: The politics of institutional change
March 2016 | Environmental Innovation & Societal Transitions, Vol18, 111–127 | Link (open access) 

Joseph Dutton

Why Norway may open up spectacular Lofoten archipelago to oil and gas firms
February 2016 | The Conversation | Link

Catherine Mitchell

Momentum is increasing towards a flexible electricity system based on renewables
February 2016 | Nature Energy | Link

Kuzemko, C., Lockwood, M., Mitchell, C. & Hoggett, R.

Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency
February 2016 | Energy Research and Social ScienceLink

Catherine Mitchell

National Infrastructure Commission Call for Evidence response
January 2016 | National Infrastructue Commission | Link

 

2015

Oscar Fitch-Roy

Auctions for renewable energy support in California: Instruments and lessons learnt
December 2015 | AURES report | Link

Oscar Fitch-Roy

An offshore wind union? Diversity and convergence in European offshore wind governance
December 2015 | Climate PolicyLink

Caroline Kuzemko

Climate change benchmarking: Constructing a sustainable future?
December 2015 | Review of International StudiesLink

Iain Soutar

The role of social capital in energy system transformation: Insights from community energy
November 2015 | SCORAI Workshop paper, Vienna | ‌

IGov Team

Codes governance and reform discussion paper
November 2015 | IGov website | PDF

Kuzemko, C., Britton, J., Soutar, I. & Woodman, B.

Written response: Inquiry into 'A smarter energy future for Wales'
November 2015 | National Assembly for Wales | PDF

Oscar Fitch-Roy

Viewpoint: Wind offers optimism to the climate topic
October 2015 | Windpower MonthlyPDF

Jess Britton

The Bristol Method: How to use heat networks to lower the carbon footprint of a city
September 2015 | Bristol Green Capital 2015 | PDF

Mitchell, C., Woodman, B., Lockwood, M., Kuzemko, C. & Hoggett, R.

Comments on the CMA Energy Market Investigation – Provisional findings and possible remedies
September 2015 | IGov Website | PDF

Woodman, B., Mitchell, C., Lowes, R., Dutton, J., Hoggett, R., Steward, T., Lockwood, M. & Kuzemko, C.

Submission to Energy and Climate Change Committee inquiry on ECC priorities for holding Government to account
Sept 2015 | ECC website | Link

Bridget Woodman

Low carbon priorities for the new government
July 2015 | In Aldersgate Group: A Brighter, More Secure Future |
Link

Oscar Fitch-Roy

Viewpoint: Auctions -- The myth of market forces
June 2015 | Windpower Monthly |
Link  

Catherine Mitchell

The New Power Interview
June 2015 | New Power 76 | PDF

C Kuzemko; J Britton; R Hoggett; C Mitchell; I Soutar; T Steward

Ofgem Consultation Response: NTBMs: Supporting transformative change in the energy market
May 2015 | Ofgem | PDF

Catherine Mitchell

Designing energy policy under uncertainty
May 2015 | Nature Climate ChangeLink

Catherine Mitchell

Tesla home storage a ‘nail in the coffin of conventional utilities’
May 2015 | Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit | Link

Catherine Mitchell

Managed disruption: the push and pull of policy in Germany
May 2015 | Renewables InternationalLink

C Mitchell, B Woodman, C Kuzemko, R Hoggett

Comments on the CMA Energy Market Investigation – Updated Issues Statement
April 2015 | CMA | PDF

Catherine Mitchell

Progressive Energy Policy Pivots
April 2015 | IGov website | Link

Caroline Kuzemko

Energy depoliticisation in the UK: Destroying political capacity
April 2015 | The British Journal of Politics and International RelationsLink

Catherine Mitchell

Getting our Act Together
April 2015 | The House Magazine PDF

Catherine Mitchell

First-past-the-post Politics is a Major Barrier in GB to a Legitimate, Long term Energy Policy Framework
April 2015 | Cornwall Energy Spectrum | Link

Matthew Lockwood

Stern Review 2.0? The Report of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate
March 2015 | The Political QuarterlyAbstract & Link

Catherine Mitchell

Report on energy policy ‘offers little new wisdom’
March 2015 | Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit | Link

Catherine Mitchell

The Government’s Capacity Market reforms are a missed opportunity
March 2015 | Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit | Link

Catherine Mitchell

Book Review: Electricity Supply – the British Experiment….the intentions were good
March 2015 | IGov Website| Link

Bridget Woodman

Energy companies' loyalty problem lights the way forward
February 2015 | The ConversationLink

Catherine Mitchell

CMA Energy Market Investigation – Updated Issues Statement
February 2015 | IGov Website | Link

 

2014

R Lowes, J Britton, C Kuzemko, M Lockwood, C Mitchell, T Steward, B Woodman

Response to Fuelling the debate: ECC Committee successes and future challenges
December 2014 | Energy & Climate Change Committee | 
PDF

Fitch-Roy, O.  

Wind's new EU future must play to its strengths
December 2014 | Windpower Monthly | Link 

Connor, P., Xie, L., Lowes, R., Britton, J. and Richard, T.  

The development of renewable heating policy in the United Kingdom
November 2014 | Renewable Energy | Abstract

Woodman, B., Mitchell, C., Lockwood, M. and Kuzemko, C.  

Submission to DECC Consultation on the draft Strategy and Policy Statement
October 2014 | DECC | PDF

Mitchell, C., Froggatt, A. and Hoggett, R.

Governance and disruptive energy systems
September 2014 | Incumbent-Challenger Interactions, Stuttgart | PDF 

Britton, J. and Woodman, B.

Local Enterprise Partnerships and the low-carbon economy: Front runners, uncertainty and divergence
August 2014 | Local Economy online | Abstract

Mitchell, C., Woodman, B., Lockwood, M., Fitch-Roy, O., Steward, T. and Hoggett, R.

Submission to CMA energy market investigation
August 2014 | Competition & Markets Authority | PDF

Mitchell, C.

Climate change – it’s not too late to change gloomy prognosis
August 2014 | Western Morning News | 
Link

Lockwood, M.

Fossil fuel subsidy reform, rent management and political fragmentation in developing countries
July 2014 | New Political Economy | 
Abstract & Link

Hoggett, R., Lockwood, M., Mitchell, C. and Steward, T.

Submission to ECCC call for evidence on electricity demand-side measures
July 2014 | Energy & Climate Change Committee | 
Link

Mitchell, C.

Letter in Response to Guardian Article: Price of Electricity could double over the next 20 years
July 2014 | The Guardian | 
Link

Lockwood M.

Environmental politics in a cold climate
June 2014 | Juncture | 
Introduction 

Mitchell C. in Ekins, P. and Watson, J. (eds.) 

Future energy markets and networks in the UK and European Union in: UK Energy in a Global Context

April 2014 | UKERC Sythensis Report | PDF 

Kuzemko, C.

Politicising UK Energy: What Speaking Security can Do

April 2014 | Policy and Politics | Abstract 

Hoggett, R.

Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition

Mar 2014 | Applied EnergyLink

Kitzing, L. and Mitchell, C.

Achieving energy transitions: Which RES policies are best applied when? Reducing risk and creating an enabling environment  

Mar 2014 | Energy Transitions, Joensuu- Finland PDF

Mitchell, C.

Open letter of European economists on market premiums  to Commissioner Günther Oettinger and Joaquín Almunia. 

April 2014 | Open Letter | PDF

Lockwood, M. and Mitchell, C.

EPG Response to DECC EMR Consultation on industry code and licence modifications
February 2014 | DECC | ‌ 

Kitzing, L. 

Risk implications of renewable support instruments: Comparative analysis of feed-in tariffs and premiums using a mean–variance approach
January 2014 | Energy | Abstract

Fudge, S.

Community Energy Workshop - outcomes and actions
January 2014 | Link

Kuzemko, C.

Ideas, Power and Change: Explaining EU-Russia Energy Relations
January 2014 | Journal of European Public Policy | Abstract

 

2013

Hoggett, R.

Technology scale and supply chains in a secure, affordable and low carbon energy transition
December 2013 | Applied Energy | Paper

Woodman, B.

EPG Response to Energy and Climate Change Committee Inquiry on Inquiry on low carbon innovation
December 2013 | ECCC | PDF

Lockwood, M.

Smart grid-lock? The role of ideas, interests and institutions in contestations over the future of electricity networks in Britain.
November 2013 | Constructing and contesting spaces for low-carbon energy innovation, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 26-28 November 2013 | PDF

Mitchell, C.

Managing the political nature of energy
October 2013 | Cornwall Energy Energy Spectrum 396, 7 Oct 2013

Lockwood, M. 

What can climate adaptation policy in sub-Saharan Africa learn from research on governance and politics?
October 2013 | Development Policy Review | Abstract

Kuzemko, C.

Why the UK's politics are incapable of governing energy
September 203 | The Carbon Brief | Link

Lockwood, M.

System change in a regulatory state paradigm: the ‘smart’ grid in the UK’
September 2013 | 7th European Consortium for Political Research General Conference | PDF

Kuzemko, C.

Exploring the Politics of Low Carbon Energy Transition
September 2013 | 7th European Consortium for Political Research General Conference | PDF

Lockwood, M.

Paying for climate policy: The case for long-term public borrowing
September 2013 | Juncture online edition | Link (open access) 

Peters, M., Fudge, S. and Hoffman, S.

The persistent challenge of encouraging public participation in the low-carbon transition
August 2013 | Carbon Management | Link

Lockwood, M.

The Political Sustainability of Climate Policy: The case of the UK
August 2013 | Global Environmental Change | Open Access

Kern, F., Kuzemko, C. and Mitchell, C.

Measuring and Explaining Policy Paradigm Change: the Case of UK Energy Policy
August 2013 | Public Policy | Abstract

Mitchell, C.

How to Change the Balance of Power
July 2013 | New Statesman Century Edition

Soutar, I., Hoggett, R., Devine Wright, P., Fudge, S. and Mitchell, C.

Submission by the Energy Policy Group and Environment and Sustainability Research Group of the University of Exeter to the Call for Evidence concerning a Community Energy Strategy.
July 2013 | PDF

Piria, R., Lorenzoni, A., Mitchell, C., Timpe, C., Klessmann, C., Resch, G., Groscurth, H., Neuhoff, K., Ragwitz, M., Gonzalez, P., Cowart, R. and Leprich, U.

Ensuring renewable electricity investments: 14 policy principles for a post-2020 perspective
April 2013 | PDF

Hoffman, S., Fudge, S., Pawlisch, L., High-Pippert, A., Peters, M., Haskard, J. 

Public Values and Community Energy: Lessons from the US and UK. 
April 2013 | Sustainability | PDF (open access)

Mitchell, C.

Review of Dieter Helm's The Carbon Crunch: How we're getting climate change wrong - and how to fix it
March 2013 | Juncture | Link

Kuzemko, C.

Energy and Depoliticisation: the Forgotten Public Policy Issue
March 2013 | paper at the Political Science Association Annual Conference, Cardiff

Mitchell, C.

Comment Piece to The Daily Mirror on Energy Bill
February 2013 | The Daily Mirror 20th February 2013 | PDF

Mitchell, C.

Evidence The House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Energy Bill oral evidence from Tuesday 15 January 2013.
January 2013 | House of Commons | Link

 

2012

Kitzing, L., Morthorst, E. and Mitchell, C.

Renewable Energy Policies in Europe: converging or diverging?
December 2012 | Energy Policy | Abstract

Green, D., Hale, S., Lockwood, M.

How can a post-2015 agreement drive real change? the political economy of global commitments
November 2012 |Oxfam Discussion Paper | PDF

Halsnæs, K., Garg, A., Christensen, J., Ystanes Føyn, H., Karavai1, M., La Rovere, E., Bramley, M., Zhu, X., Mitchell, C., Roy, J., Tanaka, K., Katayama, H., Mena, C., Obioh, I., Bashmakov, I., Mwakasonda, S., Lee, M-K., Vinluan, M., Huang, Y., and Segafredo, L.

Climate change mitigation policy paradigms—national objectives and alignments.
October 2012 | Mitigation and Adaption Strategies for Global Change | Abstract

Peters, M., Fudge, S., Hoffman, S.M. and High-Pippert, A.

Carbon management, local governance and community engagement.
August 2012 | Carbon Management | Abstract

Mitchell, C. and Woodman, B.

Written Evidence to the Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of Draft Energy Bill.
July 2012 |House of Commons |Evidence Link

Froggatt, A., Mitchell C. and Managi, S. 

Reset or Restart? The Impact of Fukishima on the Japanese and German Energy Sectors.
July 2012 | Summary | PDF

Hoggett, R., Ward, J. and Mitchell, C.

Heat in Homes: customer choice in fuel and technologies
July 2012 | PDF

Hoggett, R., Mitchell, C., Woodman, B. and Baker, P.E.

The Key Energy Policy Issues for Energy Security in the UK: Summary Report.
June 2012 | PDF

Consumer Focus, SSE, University of Exeter and WWF

Securing the UK’s Power Supplies: how to do it successfully, sustainably and cost-effectively.
June 2012 | Joint communiqué from CF, SSE, EPG, WWF | PDF

Mitchell, C., Froggatt, A. and Managi, S.

Japanese energy policy stands at a crossroads
May 2012| The Guardian 2 May 2012| Link

Tanner, T.M., Lockwood, M., Seballos, F.

Learning to tackle climate change
May 2012 | Institute of Development Studies |PDF

Mitchell, C.

Comment to BBC on Energy Bill
May 2012 | BBC News | Energy bill avoids carbon pledge

Kuzemko, C.

Security, the State and Political Agency: Putting ‘Politics’ back into UK Energy’,
April 2012: Paper for the Political Science Association (PSA) Annual Conference, Belfast

Hoggett, R.

GB Electricity Demand – realising the resource: DECC Electricity Demand Data Source, Summary Note
March 2012 | Sustainability First | PDF

Mitchell, C.

Who is in charge of Britain's energy policy?
February 2012| The Guardian 28 February 2012| Link

Peters, M.D., Sinclair, P., Fudge, S. 

The potential for community groups to promote sustainable living.
2012 | International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences6(8), 35-53 | Abstract

 

2011

McGregor, P., Hoggett, R., Simpson, B., Traill Thomson, J., Rafferty, L

Skills Report: Prospects for Skills in the Environment Sector. Strengthening the Environment Sector.
December 2011 | Cornwall Development Company

Kuzemko, C.

UK energy governance in the twenty-first century: unravelling the ties that bind
October 2011 | PhD Thesis | Warwick University

Fudge, S., Peters, M., Mulugetta, Y. and Jackson, T.

Paradigms, Policy and Governance: the Politics of Energy Regulation in the UK Post-2000.
August 2011 | Environmental Policy and Governance | Abstract

Woodman, B. and Mitchell, C.

Learning from Experience? The development of the Renewables Obligation in England and Wales 2002 – 2010.
July 2011 | Energy Policy | Abstract

Mitchell, C.

Comment to Daily Telegraph on Fuel Bills
July 2011 | The Daily Telegraph | Link

Fudge, S. and Peters, M.

Behaviour change in the UK climate debate: an assessment of responsibility, agency and political dimensions.
June 2011 | Sustainability |PDF (open access)

Hoggett, R., Mitchell, C., Woodman, B.

The Key Energy Policy Issues for Energy Security in the UK: Summary Report
June 2011 | The Consumer Association | PDF

Mitchell, C.

Should nuclear play a bigger part in the future energy mix and can it attract investment in a competitive market?
June 2011 | The House, No. 1387, Vol 36, p39

Lockwood, M.

Does the framing of climate policies make a difference to public support? Evidence from marginal constituencies in the UK.
June 2011 | Climate Policy | Abstract

Hoggett, R., Mitchell, C., Woodman, B., Baker, P.

The Key Energy Policy Issues for Energy Security in the UK.
June 2011 | The Consumer Association

Baker, P.E., Mitchell, C. and Woodman, B.

Project TransmiT: Academic Review of Transmission Charging Arrangements Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (OFGEM)
April 2011 | PDF 

Mitchell, C.

Nuclear power is the reason for the new energy regulations
March 2011| The Guardian 11 March 2011| Link

Jim Skea, Jeff Hardy, Rob Gross, Catherine Mitchell, Phil Baker, Nick Eyre, Paul Ekins

UKERC Response to the 2011 DECC Electricity Market Reform
March 2011 | UKERC | PDF

Woodman, B.

Comment to Daily Telegraph on Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network
January 2011 | The Daily Telegraph | Link

Mitchell, C., et al.

Expert Report on Connection and Charging Arrangements for Transmission Networks to input to Project TransmiT
2011 | PDF

Mitchell, C., Baker, P., Woodman, B. and Aldridge, J.

Energy Policy Group, University of Exeter response to the Electricity Market Reform Consultation
2011 | DECC Consultation Link | Response PDF

 

2010

Mitchell, C.

UK must shake off the dominance of the energy giants
December 2010| The Guardian 12 December 2010| Link

Lockwood, M., Lent, A.

Creative Destruction: Placing innovation at the heart of progressive economics
December 2010 | Institute for Public Policy Research | PDF

Peters, M., Fudge, S. and Sinclair, P.

Mobilising community action towards a low-carbon future: Opportunities and challenges for local government in the UK
December 2010 | Energy Policy, 38 (12) 7596-7603 | Abstract

Staffell, I., Baker, P., Barton, J., Bergman, N., Blanchard, R., Brandon, N., Brett, D., Hawkes, A., Infield, D., Jardine, C., Kelly, N., Leach, M., Matian, M., Peacock, M., Sudtharalingam, S. and Woodman, B.

UK microgeneration Part II: technology overviews.
November 2010 | Proceedings of the Ice - Energy 163(4) 1751-4223 | Abstract

Hoggett, R.

Funding the Future: the case for a pre-development capital fund for revenue-generating community renewables. A Policy Brief
November 2010 | UKERC NERN | PDF

Lockwood, M.

A tale of two Milibands: from environmental citizenship to a politics of the common good.
November 2010 | Political Quarterly | Abstract

Lockwood, M., and Ekins, P.

Tackling fuel poverty during the transition to a low carbon economy
October 2010 | Joseph Rowntree Foundation | Link

Baker P., Mitchell C. and Woodman, B.

Electricity Market Design for a Low-carbon Future
October 2010 | PDF

Reid, G., Lilliestam, J., Patt, A., Schellekens, G., Mitchell, C. and Battaglini, A.,

A Global Renewables Investment Plan, Scaling up investments in renewable energy technologies, Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference, October
October 2010 | PDF

Hoggett, R.

At-risk Finance for Community Renewables – research and policy recommendations on the barriers and opportunities for securing at-risk finance for the early stage development of revenue-generating community renewable energy assets
September 2010 | MSc Dissertation | PDF

Mitchell, C. and Woodman, B.

Towards Trust in Regulation—Moving to a Public Value Regulation
June 2010 | Energy Policy | Abstract

Kern, F. and Mitchell, C.

Policy Paradigms as part of the landscape: How do policy paradigms influence attempts to govern transitions?
April 2010 | 14th IRSPM Conference, Berne, Switzerlandommunity Energy Plus | PDF

Hoggett, R.

Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects - Evidence for their development, funding and sustainability.
April 2010 | Community Energy Plus | PDF

Woodman, B. and Baker, P.

Evidence to House of Commons:  The Future of Britain’s Electricity Networks. Energy and Climate Change Committee: Second Report of Session 2009–10 Volume 1.
February 2010 | House of Commons | PDF

Lockwood, M.

The economics of personal carbon trading: a review
January 2010 | Climate Policy | Abstract

Baker, P., Chaudry, M., Mitchell, C., Woodman, B., Jenkins, N., Strbac, G. and Hardy, J.

UKERC response to the PRASEG inquiry, Renewables and the Grid: Access and Management
January 2010 | PDF

 

2009

Mitchell, C.

Without Kingsnorth, we have an energy opportunity
October 2009| The Guardian 8 October 2009| Link

Jacobsson S., Bergek A., Finon. D., Lauber, V., Mitchell, C., Toke. D., and Verbruggen A.

EU Renewable Energy Support Policy: Faith or Fact.
June 2009 | Energy Policy | Abstract

Fudge, S., Peters, M.

Motivating carbon reduction in the UK: the role of local government as an agent of social change.
June 2009 | Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences | Abstract

Baker, P., Mitchell, C. and Woodman, B.

The Extent to Which Economic Regulation Enables the Transition to a Sustainable Electricity System
April 2009 | PDF

N. Bergman, A. Hawkes, D. J. L. Brett, P. Baker, J. Barton, R. Blanchard, N. P. Brandon, D. Infield, C. Jardine, N. Kelly, M. Leach, M. Matian, A. D. Peacock, I. Staffell, S. Sudtharalingam, B. Woodman

UK microgeneration. Part I: policy and behavioural aspects
February 2009 | Proceedings of the ICE – Energy 162 (1) 23 –36 | Abstract

Lockwood, M., Pendleton, A.

Escaping climate policy Groundhog Day
February 2009 | Public Policy Review, 159-167 | Link

Mitchell, C.

These fossil fools
February 2009| The Guardian 27 February  2009| Link

Fudge, S.

Reconciling agency with structure: The contradictions and paradoxes of capacity building in Wales' 2000—2006 Objective 1 programme
February 2009 | Critical Social Policy | Abstract

Baker, P. and Woodman, B.

Invited Evidence to the Energy and Climate Change Committee for its Inquiry into the Future of Britain’s Electricity Networks
2009 | PDF

 

2008

Woodman, B., Baker, P.

Regulatory frameworks for decentralised energy
December 2008 | Energy Policy | Abstract

Mitchell, C

Evidence to House of Lords: The EU’s target for renewable energy: 20% by 2020. European Union Committee: 27th Report of 2007-08 Volume 1.
October 2008 | House of Lords | PDF

Woodman, B.

Connecting the Future: the UK's Renewable Energy Strategy
September 2008 | Greenpeace UK | PDF

Lockwood, M.

After the coal rush: Assessing policy options for coal-fired power generation
July 2008 | Institute for Public Policy Research | PDF

 

2007

Lockwood, M., and Bird, J.

2050 Vision: How the UK can play its part in avoiding dangerous climate change?
2007 | Institute for Public Policy Research | Summary

 

2006

Mitchell, C., Bauknecht, D. and Connor, P.

Effectiveness through risk reduction: a comparison of the renewable obligation in England and Wales and the feed-in system in Germany
February 2006| Energy Policy | Abstract

Woodman, B. and Mitchell, C.

Caution Needed on Carbon Contracts
2006 | Power UK pp 33 - 34

Mitchell C. and Woodman, B.

Response to the DTI Energy Review Consultation, 2006

Mitchell, C.

Response to House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee Enquiry into Keeping the lights on: Nuclear, Renewables and Climate Change, Sixth report of Session 2005-6, 2006 

Matthew Lockwood

Creating protective space for innovation in electricity distribution networks in Great Britain: The politics of institutional change
June 2015 | Environmental Innovation & Societal Transitions, online corrected proof | Link (open access)