Professor Catherine Mitchell
Professor of Energy Policy

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Key publications



Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2016). Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency. Energy Research & Social Science, 12, 96-105. DOI.
Mitchell C (2016). Momentum is increasing towards a flexible electricity system based on renewables. Nature Energy, 1(2), 15030-15030. DOI.
Mitchell C (2015). Climate politics: Designing energy policy under uncertainty. Nature Climate Change, 5(6), 517-518. DOI.
Hoggett R, Judith Ward, Mitchell CHC (2011). Heat in Homes: customer choice on fuel and technologies.
Mitchell CHC, Swain J, Pokharel GR, Kammen D, Wang Z, Fifita S, Jaccard M, Langniss O, Lucas H, Nadai A, et al (2011). Policy, Financing and Implementation. In Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Matschoss P, Kadner S, Zwickel T, Eickemeier P, Hansen G, Schlömer S (Eds.) IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Author URL.
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.

Publications by category


Books

Mitchell C, Watson J, Whiting J (eds)(2013). Energy Security in a Multipolar World. UK, Palgrave MacMillan.
Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Arvizu D, Bruckner T, Christensen J, Chum H, Devernay JM, Faaij A, et al (eds)(2011). Summary for Policy Makers: IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation. Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA, Cambridge University Press. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2010). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy., Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell C (2010). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy., Palgrave MacMillan. Abstract.
Mitchell C (2007). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy. UK, Palgrave.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2006). New Nuclear Power; Implications for a sustainable energy system., Warwick Business School & Green Alliance.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2004). The Burning Question – is the UK on course for a low carbon economy. UK, IPPR Press.
Mitchell CHC, Hartley N, Aldridge S, Armstrong S, Brereton A, Chapman J, Coates I, Corsellis E, Eyre N, Gross R, et al (2002). The energy review.
Mitchell CHC, Laing C (2001). Resource Productivity: Making more with less.

Journal articles

Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2017). Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: a research agenda. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35, 312-333. Full text. DOI.
Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2016). Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency. Energy Research & Social Science, 12, 96-105. DOI.
Mitchell C (2016). Momentum is increasing towards a flexible electricity system based on renewables. Nature Energy, 1(2), 15030-15030. DOI.
Mitchell C (2016). Policy dialogue on the assessment and convergence of renewable energy policy in EU member states. Energy & Environment, 27(1), 3-4. DOI.
Mitchell C (2015). Climate politics: Designing energy policy under uncertainty. Nature Climate Change, 5(6), 517-518. DOI.
Halsnaes K, Garg A, Christensen J, Føyn HY, Karavai M, La Rovere E, Bramley M, Zhu X, Mitchell C, Roy J, et al (2014). Climate change mitigation policy paradigms-national objectives and alignments. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19(1), 45-71.
Kern F, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC (2014). Measuring and explaining paradigm change: the case of UK energy policy. Policy and Politics: an international journal, 42(4), 513-531.
Hoggett R, Bolton R, Candelise C, Kern F, Mitchell C, Yan J (2014). Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition. Applied Energy, 123, 292-295. DOI.
Hoggett RD, Bolton R, Candelise C, Kern F, Mitchell CHC (2014). Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition. Applied Energy, 123, 292-295. Author URL.
Halsnaes, K, Garg A, Christensen J, Foyn, HY, Karavai M, La Rovere E, Bramley M, Zhu X, Mitchell C, Roy J, et al (2012). Climate change mitigation policy paradigms-national objectives and alignments. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1-27.
Kitzing L, Morthorst PE, Mitchell C (2012). Renewable energy policies in Europe: Converging or diverging?. Energy Policy, 51, 192-201.
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.
Jacobsson S, Bergek A, Finon D, Lauber V, Mitchell C, Toke D, Verbruggen A (2009). EU Renewable Energy Support Policy: Faith or Fact. Energy Policy, 37(6), 2143-2146. Abstract.
Mitchell C, Bauknecht D, Connor PM (2006). Effectiveness through risk reduction: a comparison of the renewable obligation in England and Wales and the feed-in system in Germany. Energy Policy, 34(3), 297-305.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). Can the UK get Back on Track. Energy Solutions, 44-45.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). Too Little Too Late. The Utilities Journal, 36-37.
Mitchell C, Connor PM (2004). Renewable Energy Policy in the UK 1990-2003. Energy Policy, 32(17), 1935-1947. DOI.
Mitchell CHC (2004). Special Edition: Energy Policy for a Sustainable Future. Energy Policy, 17, 1887-1889.
Mitchell C (2003). System Change for a Sustainable Energy Future. Power Economics, 7(1), 19-22.
Mitchell C (2002). Fin du liberalisme anglais pur et dur. Les Cahiers de l’electricite(50), 2-3.
Mitchell C (2002). The Implications of the Energy Review for Renewable Energy. Renew (The Journal of the DTIs Renewable Energy Programme)
Mitchell CHC (2000). Neutral Regulation - the vital ingredient for a sustainable energy future. Energy and Environment, 11(4), 377-390.
Mitchell C (2000). The England and Wales non-fossil fuel obligation: History and lessons. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 25, 285-312. Author URL. DOI.
Mitchell C (2000). Tradable Green Certificates. Utilities Journal, 40-41.
Mitchell CHC, Anderson T (2000). Tradable Green Certificates. International Journal of Ambient Energy, 21(3).
Brower M, Thomas S, Mitchell C (1997). Lessons from the British restructuring experience. The Electricity Journal, 10(3), 40-51.
Mitchell C (1996). Future Support of Renewable Energy in the UK - Options and Merits. Energy and Environment, 7, 267-284.
Mitchell C (1996). The UK's Renewable Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation - Results and Lessons. Economia Delle Fonti Di Energia e Dell'ambiente, 45-77.
Mitchell CHC (1995). A comparison of the means and cost of subsidising wind energy. Journal of power and energy(209), 185-188.
Mitchell CHC (1995). The Renewable NFFO - a review. Energy Policy, 23(12), 1077-1091.
Mitchell CHC (1993). Methane Emissions from the Coal and Natural Gas Industries in the UK. Chemosphere, 26(1-4), 441-446.
Mitchell C, Cleveland C (1993). Resource Scarcity, Energy Use and Environmental Impact: a case study of the New Bedford Fisheries. Journal of Environmental Management, 17(3), 305-318.
Mitchell CHC (1991). Coal Bed Methane in the UK. Energy Policy, 9(9), 849-854.
Mitchell CHC, Sweet J, Jackson T (1990). A study of leakage from the UK Natural Gas Distribution System. Energy Policy, 18(9), 809-818.

Chapters

Mitchell CHC (2015). Electricity Markets and their Regulatory Systems for a Sustainable Future. In Watson J, Ekins P, Bradshaw M (Eds.) Global Energy Issues, Potentials, and Policy Implications, Oxford University Press, USA. Abstract.
Kern F, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC (2015). How and Why Do Policy Paradigms Change; and Does it Matter? the Case of UK Energy Policy. In  (Ed) Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice. Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics, Peter Lang.
Mitchell CHC, multiple A (2014). National and Sub-National Policies and Institutions. In Edenhofer O (Ed) IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Working Group 3, Cambridge University Press.
Mitchell CHC, Watson J (2013). Introduction: Conceptualising Energy Security. In Mitchell CHC, Watson J, Whiting J (Eds.) New Challenges in Energy Security: the UK in a Multipolar World, Palgrave Macmillan, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell CHC, Watson J (2013). New Challenges in Energy Security: the UK in a Multipolar World - Conclusions and Recommendations. In Mitchell C, Watson J, Whiting J (Eds.) New Challenges in Energy Secuirty: the UK in a Multipolar World, Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell C (2012). Designing and Creating my Low Carbon Home. In Herring H (Ed) Living in a Low-carbon Society in 2050, Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell CHC, Swain J, Pokharel GR, Kammen D, Wang Z, Fifita S, Jaccard M, Langniss O, Lucas H, Nadai A, et al (2011). Policy, Financing and Implementation. In Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Matschoss P, Kadner S, Zwickel T, Eickemeier P, Hansen G, Schlömer S (Eds.) IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Author URL.
Turkenburg W, Arent D, Bertani R, Faaji A, Hand M, Krewitt W, Larson E, Lund J, Mehos M, Merrigan T, et al (2011). Renewable Energy. In Johansson T (Ed) Global Energy Assessment, Cambridge University Press.
Bruckner T, Edenhofer O, Estefen S, Faaij A, Fischedick M, Hiriart G, Hohmeyer O, Hollands KGT, Huckerby J, Kadner S, et al (2011). Technical Summary : IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation. In Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Matschoss P, Kadner S, Zwickel T, Eickemeier P, Hansen G, Schlömer S (Eds.) , Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press.
Mitchell C (2010). Forging European Responses to the Challenge of Climate Change and Energy Resource Supply. In  (Ed) International Science and Technology Cooperation in a Globalised World: the External Dimension of the European Research Area, Edward Elgar Publishers.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Regulation & Sustainable Energy Systems. In Cave M, Baldwin R, Lodge M (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Regulation, Oxford Univ Pr. Abstract.
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 & Nuclear Power. In Elliott D (Ed) Nuclear or Not? Does Nuclear Power have a Place in a Sustainable Energy Future, UK: Palgrave, 149-167.  Author URL.
Mitchell C (2003). The Evolving Relationship Bewtween Liberalisation, the Regulator, and Renewable Energy Development, 1990-2002. In l'énergie UDGCUDDPD, Lachal B, Romero F (Eds.) L'énergie, controverses et perspectives, University of Geneva Press, 299-306.
Mitchell CHC (2003). The evolving relationship between liberalisation, the regulator, and renewable energy development, 1990-2002. In Lachel B, Romerio F (Eds.) , University of Geneva Press, 299-306.
Mitchell CHC, White A (2002). Network Issues, Energy Advisory Panel. In  (Ed) .
Mitchell CHC (2000). Renewables in the UK - How are we doing?. In MacKerron G, Pearson P (Eds.) International Energy Experience: Markets, Regulation and the Envrionment, 205-217.

Conferences

Kitzing L, Mitchell CHC (2014). Achieving energy transitions: Which RES policies are best applied when? Reducing risk and creating an enabling environment. THE ENERGY TRANSITIONS CONFERENCE. University of Eastern Finland. 2nd - 4th Mar 2014. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC, Lockwood M, Hoggett RD, Kuzemko C (2014). Current Rules and Incentives in the Energy System and Emerging Governance Themes. Progressive Energy Governance. Royal Geographical Society. 15th - 15th May 2014. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Governance and disruptive energy systems. International Workshop on Incumbent-Challenger Interactions in Energy Transitions. Stuttgart. 22nd Sep 2014 - 23rd Sep 2104. Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Introduction to IGov Progressive Energy Governance Conference. Progressive Energy Governance. Royal Geographical Society. 15th - 15th May 2014. Author URL.
Souter I, Mitchell CHC (2014). Is small beautiful (and how beautiful)? Understanding the role of community energy within the wider UK energy system. Norwich Conference on Earth Systems Governance. University of East Anglia. 1st - 3rd Jul 2014. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Transformational Climate Science: the challenge of mitigation – the outcomes of the Working Group III (public event). Transformational Climate Science. University of Exeter. 15th - 16th May 2014. Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell CHC (2014). WG II and policy for climate change. the Transformational Climate Science. University of Exeter. 15th - 16th May 2014. Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell CHC (2000). Removing Barriers to Sustainable Energy from Regulation of Liberalised Energy Markets-the UK as a Case Study. Reconciling a Sustainable Energy Future with the Liberalisation and Privatisation of the European Energy Market. Amersfoot, Netherlands. 27th - 28th Oct 2000.

Reports

Mitchell CHC (2014). Future energy markets and networks in the UK and European Union., UKERC. Author URL.
Froggatt A, Mitchell CHC, Managi S (2012). Reset or Restart? the Impact of Fukishima on the Japanese and German Energy Sectors. Author URL.
Hoggett R, Judith Ward, Mitchell CHC (2011). Heat in Homes: customer choice on fuel and technologies.
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.
Reid G, Patt J, Schellenkens G, Mitchell CHC, Battaglini A (2010). A Global Renewables Investment Plan, Scaling up investments in renewable energy technologies (Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference).
Baker P, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Network Regulation and an Electricity Market for a Low Carbon Future. UKERC,  UKERC, UKERC.
Baker P, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2009). The Extent to Which Economic Regulation Enables the Transition to a Sustainable Electricity System. UKERC, UKERC. Author URL.
Froggatt A, Woodman B, Mitchell C (2005). Current Status of UK Offshore Wind. European Commission FAVORES project,.
Mitchell C, Connor P (2004). A Regulatory Roadmap for the UK: Road Map for Transition of the Regulatory Framework. of the UK Electricity Supply System. EU SUSTELNET project,  UK. Author URL.
Wu X, Jenkins N, Strbac G, Watson WJ, Mitchell C (2004). Integrating Renewables and CHP into the UK Electricity System, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research,  UK, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.
Mitchell CHC (2003). Aligning Economic Instruments in UK's Waste Strategy for a Sustainable Future.
Mitchell C (2003). Local, Regional and National Issues - Planning Policy for a Sustainable Future, Renewable Energy Planning Panel. UK. Author URL.
Mitchell C, Connor P (2002). A Review of Four European Regulatory Systems and their Impact on the Deployment of Distributed Generation. EU SUSTELNET project,  EU.
Mitchell C, Connor P (2002). An analysis of economic regulation and its effects on the deployment of DG - the UK as a case study. EU SUSTELNET project,  EU.
Mitchell C (2001). Photovoltaic (PV) Government-Industry Group, Final report. DTI,  UK, DTI.
Mitchell C (2001). Report of the Embedded Generation Working Group (one of six lead writers). DTI/DETR/OFGEM,  UK, DTI/DETR/OFGEM.
Schaeffer GJ, Boots MGT, Anderson C, Mitchell C, Timpe M, Cames (2000). Options for Design of Tradable Green Certificate Systems. Author URL.
Mitchell C, Anderson T (2000). The Implications of Tradable Green Certificates. ETSU,Harwell.
Schaeffer GJ, Boots MG, Anderson T, Mitchell C, Timpe C, Cames M (2000). The Implications of Tradable Green Certificates for the Deployment of Renewable Electricity. ECN, ECN.

Publications by year



In Press

Mitchell CHC (In Press). Getting our act together.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (In Press). On Reflection: We must not recreate the wrong market model.  Author URL.

2017

Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2017). Historical institutionalism and the politics of sustainable energy transitions: a research agenda. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35, 312-333. Full text. DOI.

2016

Woodman B, Soutair I, Mitchell C (2016). ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT COMMITTEE INQUIRY INTO SUSTAINABILITY AND HM TREASURY.
Mitchell CHC (2016). Exploring German governance issues – informed by GB and US experiences.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Soutar I (2016). From local to global value: the transformational nature of community energy.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Hoggett R (2016). Governing for sustainable energy system change: Politics, contexts and contingency. Energy Research & Social Science, 12, 96-105. DOI.
Mitchell CHC (2016). Innovation and Energy Governance – lessons to be learned from New York State?.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell C (2016). Momentum is increasing towards a flexible electricity system based on renewables. Nature Energy, 1(2), 15030-15030. DOI.
Mitchell CHC (2016). National Infrastructure Commission call for Evidence.  Author URL.
Mitchell C (2016). Policy dialogue on the assessment and convergence of renewable energy policy in EU member states. Energy & Environment, 27(1), 3-4. DOI.
Mitchell CHC (2016). The Future of the Electricity Utilities Project.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2015

Mitchell CHC, Lockwood M, Hoggett R (2015). CMA Code Governance: info request to industry participants.  Author URL.
Mitchell C (2015). Climate politics: Designing energy policy under uncertainty. Nature Climate Change, 5(6), 517-518. DOI.
Mitchell CHC, Hoggett R, Lockwood M, Kuzemko C (2015). Codes Governance and Reform Discussion Paper.  Author URL.  Full text.
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.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Electricity Markets and their Regulatory Systems for a Sustainable Future. In Watson J, Ekins P, Bradshaw M (Eds.) Global Energy Issues, Potentials, and Policy Implications, Oxford University Press, USA. Abstract.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Energy Policy – a global move to renewables and energy efficiency.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Energy System of the Future.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). From ‘dirty’ energy to sustainable energy: UK Energy Policy and the role of community energy.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Governance and transition to a sustainable energy system: how institutions, rules and incentives in Great Britain support the current system and undermine change.  Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Kern F, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC (2015). How and Why Do Policy Paradigms Change; and Does it Matter? the Case of UK Energy Policy. In  (Ed) Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice. Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics, Peter Lang.
Lockwood M, Mitchell C, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2015). Innovation and energy industry codes in Great Britain - EPG Working Paper: 1508.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). International comparisons of governance & innovation.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell C, Woodman B, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2015). Public Value Energy Governance.  Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Renewables – how far can we go?.  Abstract.  Author URL.
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.
Mitchell CHC (2015). The IGov Project.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell C, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R, Lockwood M (2015). The IGov Project.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). The State of the Power Sector in Europe.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2015). Tomorrow’s Utilities – what future?.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2014

Kitzing L, Mitchell CHC (2014). Achieving energy transitions: Which RES policies are best applied when? Reducing risk and creating an enabling environment. THE ENERGY TRANSITIONS CONFERENCE. University of Eastern Finland. 2nd - 4th Mar 2014. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Change and Inertia in the UK Energy System – getting our institutions and governance right.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Halsnaes K, Garg A, Christensen J, Føyn HY, Karavai M, La Rovere E, Bramley M, Zhu X, Mitchell C, Roy J, et al (2014). Climate change mitigation policy paradigms-national objectives and alignments. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19(1), 45-71.
Mitchell CHC, Lockwood M, Hoggett RD, Kuzemko C (2014). Current Rules and Incentives in the Energy System and Emerging Governance Themes. Progressive Energy Governance. Royal Geographical Society. 15th - 15th May 2014. Author URL.
Woodman B, mitchell C, Lockwood M, Kuzemko C (2014). EPG submission to Strategy and Policy Statement: a consultation on the Draft Statement.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Evidence to Energy and Climate Change Select Committee for Inquiry on Electricity Demand-Side Measures.  Author URL.
Hoggett R, Lockwood M, Mitchell CHC, Steward T (2014). Evidence to Energy and Climate Change Select Committee for Inquiry on Electricity Demand-Side Measures.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Future energy markets and networks in the UK and European Union., UKERC. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). GB Energy Policy Overview.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Governance and disruptive energy system change.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC, Froggatt A, Hoggett R (2014). Governance and disruptive energy system change.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Governance and disruptive energy systems. International Workshop on Incumbent-Challenger Interactions in Energy Transitions. Stuttgart. 22nd Sep 2014 - 23rd Sep 2104. Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Innovation, Governance and Affordability for a Sustainable and Secure Economy.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Innovation, Governance and Affordability for a Sustainable and Secure Economy.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Introduction to IGov Progressive Energy Governance Conference. Progressive Energy Governance. Royal Geographical Society. 15th - 15th May 2014. Author URL.
Souter I, Mitchell CHC (2014). Is small beautiful (and how beautiful)? Understanding the role of community energy within the wider UK energy system. Norwich Conference on Earth Systems Governance. University of East Anglia. 1st - 3rd Jul 2014. Author URL.
Kern F, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC (2014). Measuring and explaining paradigm change: the case of UK energy policy. Policy and Politics: an international journal, 42(4), 513-531.
Mitchell CHC, multiple A (2014). National and Sub-National Policies and Institutions. In Edenhofer O (Ed) IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Working Group 3, Cambridge University Press.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Submission to CMA energy market investigation.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Lockwood M, Fitch-Roy O, Steward T, Hoggett R (2014). Submission to CMA energy market investigation.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Submission to DECC Consultation on the draft Strategy and Policy Statement.  Author URL.
Woodman B, Mitchell CHC, Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Hoggett R (2014). Submission to DECC Consultation on the draft Strategy and Policy Statement.  Author URL.
Lowes R, Britton J, Kuzemko C, Lockwood M, Mitchell CHC, Steward T, Woodman B (2014). Submission to Energy and Climate Change Select Committee on Fuelling the debate: successes and future challenges.  Author URL.
Hoggett R, Bolton R, Candelise C, Kern F, Mitchell C, Yan J (2014). Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition. Applied Energy, 123, 292-295. DOI.
Hoggett RD, Bolton R, Candelise C, Kern F, Mitchell CHC (2014). Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition. Applied Energy, 123, 292-295. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2014). Transformational Climate Science: the challenge of mitigation – the outcomes of the Working Group III (public event). Transformational Climate Science. University of Exeter. 15th - 16th May 2014. Author URL.  Full text.
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.
Mitchell CHC (2014). WG II and policy for climate change. the Transformational Climate Science. University of Exeter. 15th - 16th May 2014. Author URL.  Full text.

2013

Mitchell CHC (2013). Book Review of Dieter Helm's the Carbon Crunch: How we're getting climate change wrong - and how to fix it. Juncture, 19, 266-267. Author URL.
Mitchell C, Watson J, Whiting J (eds)(2013). Energy Security in a Multipolar World. UK, Palgrave MacMillan.
Piria R, Lorenzoni A, Mitchell CHC, Timpe C, Klessmann C, Resch G, Groscurth H, Neuhoff K, Ragwitz M, Gonzalez P, et al (2013). Ensuring renewable electricity investments: 14 policy principles for a post-2020 perspective.
Mitchell CHC, Watson J (2013). Introduction: Conceptualising Energy Security. In Mitchell CHC, Watson J, Whiting J (Eds.) New Challenges in Energy Security: the UK in a Multipolar World, Palgrave Macmillan, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell CHC, Watson J (2013). New Challenges in Energy Security: the UK in a Multipolar World - Conclusions and Recommendations. In Mitchell C, Watson J, Whiting J (Eds.) New Challenges in Energy Secuirty: the UK in a Multipolar World, Palgrave MacMillan.
Lockwood M, Kuzemko C, Mitchell CHC, Hoggett R (2013). Theorising governance and innovation in sustainable energy transitions.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2012

Halsnaes, K, Garg A, Christensen J, Foyn, HY, Karavai M, La Rovere E, Bramley M, Zhu X, Mitchell C, Roy J, et al (2012). Climate change mitigation policy paradigms-national objectives and alignments. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1-27.
Mitchell C (2012). Designing and Creating my Low Carbon Home. In Herring H (Ed) Living in a Low-carbon Society in 2050, Palgrave MacMillan.
Kitzing L, Morthorst PE, Mitchell C (2012). Renewable energy policies in Europe: Converging or diverging?. Energy Policy, 51, 192-201.
Froggatt A, Mitchell CHC, Managi S (2012). Reset or Restart? the Impact of Fukishima on the Japanese and German Energy Sectors. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2012). Written Evidence to the Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of Draft Energy Bill.

2011

Hoggett R, Judith Ward, Mitchell CHC (2011). Heat in Homes: customer choice on fuel and technologies.
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 (2011). Nuclear Power is the reason for the New Energy Reguations.
Mitchell CHC, Swain J, Pokharel GR, Kammen D, Wang Z, Fifita S, Jaccard M, Langniss O, Lucas H, Nadai A, et al (2011). Policy, Financing and Implementation. In Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Matschoss P, Kadner S, Zwickel T, Eickemeier P, Hansen G, Schlömer S (Eds.) IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Author URL.
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.
Turkenburg W, Arent D, Bertani R, Faaji A, Hand M, Krewitt W, Larson E, Lund J, Mehos M, Merrigan T, et al (2011). Renewable Energy. In Johansson T (Ed) Global Energy Assessment, Cambridge University Press.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Baker P, Aldridge J (2011). Response to the Electricity Market Reform Consultation.  Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2011). Should Nuclear Play a Bigger Part in the Future Energy Mix and can it Attract Investment in a Competitive Market. The House, 36(1387), 39-39.
Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Arvizu D, Bruckner T, Christensen J, Chum H, Devernay JM, Faaij A, et al (eds)(2011). Summary for Policy Makers: IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation. Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA, Cambridge University Press. Author URL.
Bruckner T, Edenhofer O, Estefen S, Faaij A, Fischedick M, Hiriart G, Hohmeyer O, Hollands KGT, Huckerby J, Kadner S, et al (2011). Technical Summary : IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation. In Edenhofer O, Pichs-Madruga R, Sokona Y, Seyboth K, Matschoss P, Kadner S, Zwickel T, Eickemeier P, Hansen G, Schlömer S (Eds.) , Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press.
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

Reid G, Patt J, Schellenkens G, Mitchell CHC, Battaglini A (2010). A Global Renewables Investment Plan, Scaling up investments in renewable energy technologies (Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference).
Mitchell C (2010). Forging European Responses to the Challenge of Climate Change and Energy Resource Supply. In  (Ed) International Science and Technology Cooperation in a Globalised World: the External Dimension of the European Research Area, Edward Elgar Publishers.
Baker P, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Network Regulation and an Electricity Market for a Low Carbon Future. UKERC,  UKERC, UKERC.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2010). Regulation & Sustainable Energy Systems. In Cave M, Baldwin R, Lodge M (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Regulation, Oxford Univ Pr. Abstract.
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 CHC (2010). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy., Palgrave MacMillan.
Mitchell C (2010). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy., Palgrave MacMillan. Abstract.
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.
Mitchell CHC (2010). UK must shake off the dominance of the energy giants.
Baker P, Chaudry M, Mitchell CHC, Woodman B, Jenkins N, Strbac G, Hardy J (2010). UKERC Response to the PRASEG inquiry, Renewables and the Grid: Access & Management.

2009

Jacobsson S, Bergek A, Finon D, Lauber V, Mitchell C, Toke D, Verbruggen A (2009). EU Renewable Energy Support Policy: Faith or Fact. Energy Policy, 37(6), 2143-2146. Abstract.
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, Mitchell C, Woodman B (2009). The Extent to Which Economic Regulation Enables the Transition to a Sustainable Electricity System. UKERC, UKERC. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2009). These Fossil Fools.

2008

Mitchell C, Woodman B, Connor P (2008). Evidence to the Select Committee on the European Union (Sub-Committee B) Inquiry into the EU’s 20% Renewable Energy Target.

2007

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2007). Risk, Economics & Nuclear Power. In Elliott D (Ed) Nuclear or Not? Does Nuclear Power have a Place in a Sustainable Energy Future, UK: Palgrave, 149-167.  Author URL.
Mitchell C (2007). The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy. UK, Palgrave.

2006

Woodman B, Mitchell C (2006). Caution Needed on Carbon Contracts. Power UK, 33-34.
Mitchell C, Bauknecht D, Connor PM (2006). Effectiveness through risk reduction: a comparison of the renewable obligation in England and Wales and the feed-in system in Germany. Energy Policy, 34(3), 297-305.
Mitchell CHC (2006). Evidence to House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee Enquiry into Keeping the Lights on: Nuclear, Renewables and Climate Change.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2006). New Nuclear Power; Implications for a sustainable energy system., Warwick Business School & Green Alliance.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2006). response to the DTI Energy Review Consultation comprising: Dear Energy Review Team Letter; answer to Question 1 – How to increase installed renewable energy capacity in the UK; answer to Question 2 – Regulation and infrastructure change; answer to Question 3 – New Nuclear Power: implications for a sustainable energy system.

2005

Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). Can the UK get Back on Track. Energy Solutions, 44-45.
Mitchell CHC, Woodman B (2005). Can the UK get Back on Track?. Energy Solutions, 44-45.
Froggatt A, Woodman B, Mitchell C (2005). Current Status of UK Offshore Wind. European Commission FAVORES project,.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). Response to Defra Review of the Climate Change Programme.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). Too Little Too Late. The Utilities Journal, 36-37.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2005). response to DTI Consultation on Microgeneration.

2004

Mitchell C, Connor P (2004). A Regulatory Roadmap for the UK: Road Map for Transition of the Regulatory Framework. of the UK Electricity Supply System. EU SUSTELNET project,  UK. Author URL.
Wu X, Jenkins N, Strbac G, Watson WJ, Mitchell C (2004). Integrating Renewables and CHP into the UK Electricity System, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research,  UK, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.
Mitchell C, Connor PM (2004). Renewable Energy Policy in the UK 1990-2003. Energy Policy, 32(17), 1935-1947. DOI.
Mitchell CHC (2004). Special Edition: Energy Policy for a Sustainable Future. Energy Policy, 17, 1887-1889.
Mitchell C, Woodman B (2004). The Burning Question – is the UK on course for a low carbon economy. UK, IPPR Press.

2003

Mitchell CHC (2003). Aligning Economic Instruments in UK's Waste Strategy for a Sustainable Future.
Mitchell C (2003). Local, Regional and National Issues - Planning Policy for a Sustainable Future, Renewable Energy Planning Panel. UK. Author URL.
Mitchell C, Watson J (2003). Response to Ofgem’s Structure of Electricity Distribution Changes: Initial Conclusions.
Mitchell C (2003). Response to Open Letter from C McCarthy to DNOs and Electricity Distribution Losses.
Mitchell C (2003). System Change for a Sustainable Energy Future. Power Economics, 7(1), 19-22.
Mitchell C (2003). The Evolving Relationship Bewtween Liberalisation, the Regulator, and Renewable Energy Development, 1990-2002. In l'énergie UDGCUDDPD, Lachal B, Romero F (Eds.) L'énergie, controverses et perspectives, University of Geneva Press, 299-306.
Mitchell CHC (2003). The evolving relationship between liberalisation, the regulator, and renewable energy development, 1990-2002. In Lachel B, Romerio F (Eds.) , University of Geneva Press, 299-306.
Mitchell C (2003). response to Ofgem’s Innovation and Registered Power Zone Discussion Document.

2002

Mitchell C, Connor P (2002). A Review of Four European Regulatory Systems and their Impact on the Deployment of Distributed Generation. EU SUSTELNET project,  EU.
Mitchell C, Connor P (2002). An analysis of economic regulation and its effects on the deployment of DG - the UK as a case study. EU SUSTELNET project,  EU.
Mitchell C (2002). Fin du liberalisme anglais pur et dur. Les Cahiers de l’electricite(50), 2-3.
Team CMAPOPIUE (2002). Minutes of Evidence to House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee on Sustainable Energy.
Mitchell C (2002). Minutes of Evidence to House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee on Sustainable Energy on 24 April 2002 as part of PIU Energy Review team.
Mitchell CHC, White A (2002). Network Issues, Energy Advisory Panel. In  (Ed) .
Mitchell C (2002). Response to Ofgems Structure of Electricity Distribution: price controls, incentives and connection charging.
Mitchell C (2002). Response to Ofgem’s Consultation on Distributed Generation: price controls, incentives and connection charging. Further discussion, recommendations and future action.
Mitchell CHC (2002). The Barriers to Renewable Energy and CHP, for Energy Advisory Panel.
Mitchell C (2002). The Implications of the Energy Review for Renewable Energy. Renew (The Journal of the DTIs Renewable Energy Programme)
Mitchell CHC, Hartley N, Aldridge S, Armstrong S, Brereton A, Chapman J, Coates I, Corsellis E, Eyre N, Gross R, et al (2002). The energy review.
Mitchell C (2002). Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, 2002, Response to Ofgem’s Update Document on. Distributed Generation: price controls, incentives and connection charging.

2001

Mitchell C (2001). Photovoltaic (PV) Government-Industry Group, Final report. DTI,  UK, DTI.
Mitchell C (2001). Renewable Energy Policy - nicely ambitious? or overly optimistic?. Parliament Today
Mitchell C (2001). Report of the Embedded Generation Working Group (one of six lead writers). DTI/DETR/OFGEM,  UK, DTI/DETR/OFGEM.
Mitchell CHC, Laing C (2001). Resource Productivity: Making more with less.

2000

Mitchell CHC (2000). Neutral Regulation - the vital ingredient for a sustainable energy future. Energy and Environment, 11(4), 377-390.
Schaeffer GJ, Boots MGT, Anderson C, Mitchell C, Timpe M, Cames (2000). Options for Design of Tradable Green Certificate Systems. Author URL.
Mitchell CHC (2000). Removing Barriers to Sustainable Energy from Regulation of Liberalised Energy Markets-the UK as a Case Study. Reconciling a Sustainable Energy Future with the Liberalisation and Privatisation of the European Energy Market. Amersfoot, Netherlands. 27th - 28th Oct 2000.
Mitchell CHC (2000). Renewables in the UK - How are we doing?. In MacKerron G, Pearson P (Eds.) International Energy Experience: Markets, Regulation and the Envrionment, 205-217.
Mitchell CHC (2000). Response to OFGEM's Environmental Action Plan - a discussion paper.
Mitchell C (2000). The England and Wales non-fossil fuel obligation: History and lessons. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 25, 285-312. Author URL. DOI.
Mitchell C, Anderson T (2000). The Implications of Tradable Green Certificates. ETSU,Harwell.
Schaeffer GJ, Boots MG, Anderson T, Mitchell C, Timpe C, Cames M (2000). The Implications of Tradable Green Certificates for the Deployment of Renewable Electricity. ECN, ECN.
Mitchell C (2000). Tradable Green Certificates. Utilities Journal, 40-41.
Mitchell CHC, Anderson T (2000). Tradable Green Certificates. International Journal of Ambient Energy, 21(3).

1997

Brower M, Thomas S, Mitchell C (1997). Lessons from the British restructuring experience. The Electricity Journal, 10(3), 40-51.

1996

Mitchell C (1996). Future Support of Renewable Energy in the UK - Options and Merits. Energy and Environment, 7, 267-284.
Mitchell C (1996). The UK's Renewable Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation - Results and Lessons. Economia Delle Fonti Di Energia e Dell'ambiente, 45-77.

1995

Mitchell CHC (1995). A comparison of the means and cost of subsidising wind energy. Journal of power and energy(209), 185-188.
Mitchell CHC (1995). The Renewable NFFO - a review. Energy Policy, 23(12), 1077-1091.

1993

Mitchell CHC (1993). Methane Emissions from the Coal and Natural Gas Industries in the UK. Chemosphere, 26(1-4), 441-446.
Mitchell C, Cleveland C (1993). Resource Scarcity, Energy Use and Environmental Impact: a case study of the New Bedford Fisheries. Journal of Environmental Management, 17(3), 305-318.

1991

Mitchell CHC (1991). Coal Bed Methane in the UK. Energy Policy, 9(9), 849-854.

1990

Mitchell CHC, Sweet J, Jackson T (1990). A study of leakage from the UK Natural Gas Distribution System. Energy Policy, 18(9), 809-818.