Dr Bridget Woodman
Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director of Energy Policy Group

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Key publications



Woodman B, Mitchell C (2011). Learning from experience? the development of the Renewables Obligation in England and Wales 2002-2010. ENERG POLICY, 39(7), 3914-3921. Abstract. DOI.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Baker P, Aldridge J (2011). Response to the Electricity Market Reform Consultation.  Author URL.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Regulation and sustainable energy systems. In baldwin R, Cave M, Lodge M (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Regulation, Oxford University Press, 572-589.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Aldridge J (2010). The development of renewable energy policy in the UK. In  (Ed) EU ENERGY LAW, Renewable energy in the European Union, Part II, National Renewable Energy Support schemes and policies, Claeys & Casteels BVBA publishing house.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Towards trust in Regulation - Moving to a Public Value Regulation. Energy Policy, 38, 2644-2651.
Baker P, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2009). Invited Evidence to the Energy and Climate Change Committee for it's enquiry into the Future of Britains Electricity Networks.  Author URL.

Publications by category


Books

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2004). The Burning Question., ippr.

Journal articles

Fudge S, Peters M, Woodman B (2016). Local authorities as niche actors: the case of energy governance in the UK. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, 1-17. DOI.
Britton J, Woodman B (2014). Local Enterprise Partnerships and the low-carbon economy: Front runners, uncertainty and divergence. Local Economy, 29(6-7), 617-634. Full text. DOI.
Woodman B, Mitchell C (2011). Learning from experience? the development of the Renewables Obligation in England and Wales 2002-2010. ENERG POLICY, 39(7), 3914-3921. Abstract. DOI.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Towards trust in Regulation - Moving to a Public Value Regulation. Energy Policy, 38, 2644-2651.
Staffell I, Baker P, Barton J, Bergman N, Blanchard R, Brandon N, Brett D, Hawkes A, Infield D, Jardine C, et al (2010). UK microgeneration Part II: technology overviews. Proceedings of the ICE - Energy, 163(4), 1751-4223. Abstract.
Bergman N, Hawkes A, Brett D, Baker P, Barton J, Blanchard R, Brandon N, Infield D, Jardin C, Leach M, et al (2009). UK microgeneration. Part I: policy and behavioural aspects. Proceedings of the ICE - Energy, 162(1), 23-36. Abstract.
Woodman B, Baker P (2008). Regulatory frameworks for decentralised energy. ENERG POLICY, 36(12), 4527-4531. Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Regulation and sustainable energy systems. In baldwin R, Cave M, Lodge M (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Regulation, Oxford University Press, 572-589.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Aldridge J (2010). The development of renewable energy policy in the UK. In  (Ed) EU ENERGY LAW, Renewable energy in the European Union, Part II, National Renewable Energy Support schemes and policies, Claeys & Casteels BVBA publishing house.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2007). Risk, Economics and Nuclear Power. In Elliot D (Ed) Nuclear Or Not? Does Nuclear Power Have a Place in a Sustainable Energy Future, Palgrave, 149-168.

Conferences

Woodman B (In Press). Developing the UK energy market: overview and assessment. Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum. London.
Woodman B, Fitch-Roy O (2016). Renewable energy auctions: best practice design elements. CA-RES II Plenary. Vienna.

Reports

Fitch-Roy OWF, Woodman B (2017). Auctions for renewable energy support - Taming the beast of competitive bidding. Horizon 2020.  Abstract.  Author URL.
fitch-roy O, Woodman B (2016). Auctions for Renewable Energy Support in the United Kingdom: instruments and lessons learnt.
Wigan F, forster S, Amazo A, Tiedemann S, Del Rio P, Fitch-Roy O, Woodman B, Kitzing L, Noothout P, Osenlund Soysal E, et al (2016). Auctions for Renewable Energy Support: lessons learnt from international experiences.
Kitzing L, Islam M, Rosenlund Soysal E, Held A, Ragwitz M, Winkler J, Steinhilber S, del Rio P, Wigand F, Tiedemann S, et al (2016). Recommendations on the role of auctions in a new renewable energy directive. Abstract.
Woodman B (2015). A Brighter, More Secure Future: Low Carbon Priorities for the New Government. Aldersgate Group,  London, Aldersgate Group.
Del Rio P, Steinhilber S, Wigan, F, Kitzing L, fitch-roy O, Woodman B (2015). Assessment Criteria for RES-E auctions. AURES.
Del Rio P, Haufe M, Wigan F, Steinhilber S, Kitzing L, Fitch-Roy O, Woodman B (2015). Overview of Design Elements for RES-E auctions.
Baker PE, Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2011). Project TransmiT: Academic Review of Transmission Charging Arrangements. Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (OFGEM), Univerisity of Exeter. Author URL.
Hoggett R, Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Baker PE (2011). The Key Energy Policy Issues for Energy Security in the UK: Summary Report. Energy Policy Group, Univerisity of Exeter. Author URL.
Baker P, Chaudry M, Mitchell C, Woodman B, Jenkins N, Strbac G, Hardy J (2010). UKERC Response to the PRASEG inquiry, Renewables and the Grid: Access & Management.  Author URL.
Mitchell C, Baker P, Woodman B (2009). The Extent to Which Economic Regulation Enables the Transition to a Sustainable Electricity System. UKERC, UKERC.
Woodman B (2008). Connecting the Future: the UK's Renewable Energy Strategy., Greenpeace UK.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2006). New Nuclear Power - implications for a sustainable energy system., Green Alliance.
Froggatt A, Woodman B, Mitchell C (2005). Current status of UK offshore wind. European Commission FAVORES project.

Internet publications

Woodman B (2016). Hinkley Point C delay: How to exploit this attack of common sense in energy policy.
Woodman B (2015). Climate Change is at the heart of the UK Anti-Fracking Movement. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). Contribution to the Aldersgate Group report on energy priorities for the New Government. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). Energy Companies’ Loyalty Problem Lights the Way Forward. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). Last Past the Post: UK Nuclear, Whatever the Evidence. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). rudd's magic money tree risks undermining investments in a low carbon economy. Web link.

Publications by year



In Press

Woodman B (In Press). Developing the UK energy market: overview and assessment. Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum. London.

2017

Fitch-Roy OWF, Woodman B (2017). Auctions for renewable energy support - Taming the beast of competitive bidding. Horizon 2020.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Lowes RL, Woodman B, Fitch-Roy O (2017). Defining incumbency: considering the UK heat sector.  Abstract.
Mitchell CHC, Hoggett RD, Woodman B (2017). Submission: BEIS/Ofgem – Smart, Flexible Energy System – a call for evidence.  Author URL.  Full text.

2016

fitch-roy O, Woodman B (2016). Auctions for Renewable Energy Support in the United Kingdom: instruments and lessons learnt.
Wigan F, forster S, Amazo A, Tiedemann S, Del Rio P, Fitch-Roy O, Woodman B, Kitzing L, Noothout P, Osenlund Soysal E, et al (2016). Auctions for Renewable Energy Support: lessons learnt from international experiences.
Woodman B, Soutair I, Mitchell C (2016). ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT COMMITTEE INQUIRY INTO SUSTAINABILITY AND HM TREASURY.
Lowes R, Woodman B, Britton J (2016). EPG response to the DECC consultation: the Renewable Heat Incentive: a reformed and refocused scheme.
Lowes R, Woodman B, Britton J (2016). EPG response to the Energy and Climate Change Committee's 2020 renewable heat and transport targets inquiry.
Woodman B (2016). Hinkley Point C delay: How to exploit this attack of common sense in energy policy.
Fudge S, Peters M, Woodman B (2016). Local authorities as niche actors: the case of energy governance in the UK. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, 1-17. DOI.
Kitzing L, Islam M, Rosenlund Soysal E, Held A, Ragwitz M, Winkler J, Steinhilber S, del Rio P, Wigand F, Tiedemann S, et al (2016). Recommendations on the role of auctions in a new renewable energy directive. Abstract.
Woodman B, Fitch-Roy O (2016). Renewable energy auctions: best practice design elements. CA-RES II Plenary. Vienna.

2015

Woodman B (2015). A Brighter, More Secure Future: Low Carbon Priorities for the New Government. Aldersgate Group,  London, Aldersgate Group.
Del Rio P, Steinhilber S, Wigan, F, Kitzing L, fitch-roy O, Woodman B (2015). Assessment Criteria for RES-E auctions. AURES.
Woodman B (2015). Climate Change is at the heart of the UK Anti-Fracking Movement. Web link.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Kuzemko C, hoggett R (2015). Comments on the CMA Energy Market Investigation. –. Updated Issues Statement.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, lockwood M, Britton J, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2015). Comments on the CMA Energy Market Investigation: Provisional Findings and. Poss ible Remedies.
Woodman B (2015). Contribution to the Aldersgate Group report on energy priorities for the New Government. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). Developing the UK energy market: overview and assessment.  Abstract.
Woodman B (2015). Energy Companies’ Loyalty Problem Lights the Way Forward. Web link.
Woodman B (2015). Energy companies' loyalty problem lights the way forward.
Woodman B (2015). Last Past the Post: UK Nuclear, Whatever the Evidence. Web link.
Del Rio P, Haufe M, Wigan F, Steinhilber S, Kitzing L, Fitch-Roy O, Woodman B (2015). Overview of Design Elements for RES-E auctions.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2015). Public Value Energy Governance.  Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Woodman B, mitchell C, lowes R, Dutton J, Hoggett R, Steward T, Lockwood M, Kuzemko C (2015). Submission from Energy Policy Group to House of Commons Energy and Climate Change inquiry on ECC priorities for holding Government to account.  Abstract.
Kuzemko C, Britton J, Soutair I, Woodman B (2015). Written response: Inquiry into ‘A smarter energy future for Wales’.  Author URL.
Woodman B (2015). rudd's magic money tree risks undermining investments in a low carbon economy. Web link.

2014

Woodman B, mitchell C, Lockwood M, Kuzemko C (2014). EPG submission to Strategy and Policy Statement: a consultation on the Draft Statement.
Britton J, Woodman B (2014). Local Enterprise Partnerships and the low-carbon economy: Front runners, uncertainty and divergence. Local Economy, 29(6-7), 617-634. Full text. DOI.
Woodman B, Lowes R (2014). There’s a hidden opportunity in the British Gas probe.
mitchell C, Woodman B, lockwood M, Fitch-Roy O, Steward T, Hoggett R (2014). University of Exeter Energy Policy Group response to the Energy Market Investigation Statement of Issues, submission to the Competition and Markets Authority.

2013

Woodman B, Woodman B (2013). Osborne won’t usher in a renewable renaissance.

2011

Woodman B, Mitchell C (2011). Learning from experience? the development of the Renewables Obligation in England and Wales 2002-2010. ENERG POLICY, 39(7), 3914-3921. Abstract. DOI.
Baker PE, Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2011). Project TransmiT: Academic Review of Transmission Charging Arrangements. Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (OFGEM), Univerisity of Exeter. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Baker P, Aldridge J (2011). Response to the Electricity Market Reform Consultation.  Author URL.
Hoggett R, Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Baker PE (2011). The Key Energy Policy Issues for Energy Security in the UK: Summary Report. Energy Policy Group, Univerisity of Exeter. Author URL.

2010

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Regulation and sustainable energy systems. In baldwin R, Cave M, Lodge M (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Regulation, Oxford University Press, 572-589.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Aldridge J (2010). The development of renewable energy policy in the UK. In  (Ed) EU ENERGY LAW, Renewable energy in the European Union, Part II, National Renewable Energy Support schemes and policies, Claeys & Casteels BVBA publishing house.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Towards trust in Regulation - Moving to a Public Value Regulation. Energy Policy, 38, 2644-2651.
Staffell I, Baker P, Barton J, Bergman N, Blanchard R, Brandon N, Brett D, Hawkes A, Infield D, Jardine C, et al (2010). UK microgeneration Part II: technology overviews. Proceedings of the ICE - Energy, 163(4), 1751-4223. Abstract.
Baker P, Chaudry M, Mitchell C, Woodman B, Jenkins N, Strbac G, Hardy J (2010). UKERC Response to the PRASEG inquiry, Renewables and the Grid: Access & Management.  Author URL.

2009

Woodman B (2009). Crying land ahoy while our policy is all at sea. Parliamentary Brief, 17-18.
Baker P, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2009). Invited Evidence to the Energy and Climate Change Committee for it's enquiry into the Future of Britains Electricity Networks.  Author URL.
Baker P, Woodman B (2009). Submission to House of Commons Committee on Energy and Climate Change.
Mitchell C, Baker P, Woodman B (2009). The Extent to Which Economic Regulation Enables the Transition to a Sustainable Electricity System. UKERC, UKERC.
Bergman N, Hawkes A, Brett D, Baker P, Barton J, Blanchard R, Brandon N, Infield D, Jardin C, Leach M, et al (2009). UK microgeneration. Part I: policy and behavioural aspects. Proceedings of the ICE - Energy, 162(1), 23-36. Abstract.

2008

Woodman B (2008). Connecting the Future: the UK's Renewable Energy Strategy., Greenpeace UK.
Woodman B (2008). Do you think this Energy Bill is good?. Parliamentary Brief
Woodman B, Baker P (2008). Regulatory frameworks for decentralised energy. ENERG POLICY, 36(12), 4527-4531. Abstract. DOI.
Woodman B, connor P, Mitchell C, Richardson T (2008). Submission to BERR consultation on renewable energy strategy.
Woodman B (2008). Tail end Charlies. Parliamentary Brief

2007

Woodman B (2007). Mr Power, the man who really presses the buttons. Parliamentary Brief
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2007). Risk, Economics and Nuclear Power. In Elliot D (Ed) Nuclear Or Not? Does Nuclear Power Have a Place in a Sustainable Energy Future, Palgrave, 149-168.
Woodman B (2007). The Energy White Paper - So much more than an anti-climax. Power UK

2006

Woodman B, Mitchell C (2006). Caution needed on carbon contracts. Power UK
Woodman B (2006). Left out in the cold. Parliamentary Brief
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2006). New Nuclear Power - implications for a sustainable energy system., Green Alliance.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2006). Submission to DTI Energy Review.

2005

Froggatt A, Woodman B, Mitchell C (2005). Current status of UK offshore wind. European Commission FAVORES project.
Woodman B, Mitchell C (2005). Too Little, Too Late?. The Utilities Journal

2004

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2004). The Burning Question., ippr.