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Heat and the City Response to Scottish Government’s “Local Energy Policy Statement: A Consultation”
Faye Wade, Margaret Tingey, Fabian Fuentes Gonzalez and Janette Webb ( 2019 )
DEVN: Heat Networks Planning for a Zero Carbon World HNIP & SPONSORS Slide Pack
Nick Good, Heat Networks Investment Project; Peter Russett, FVB District Energy UK; Andy Yuill, Natural Power; Ian Allan, Switch2 ( 2019 )
DEVN: Heat Networks Planning for a Zero Carbon World AFTERNOON Slide Pack
Rachel Coxcoon, CSE; Jon Selman, Plymouth City Council; Tony Norton, Howard Smith & Andy Wood, Exeter and East Devon; Andy Yuill, Natural Power; Josh Thumim, CSE ( 2019 )
DEVN: Heat Networks Planning for a Zero Carbon World MORNING Slide Pack
Paul Barker, Bristol City Council; Richard Lowes, Exeter University; Rufus Ford, Vattenfall; Jon Buick, Bristol City Council ( 2019 )
Taking stock of the role for local action on clean energy in the UK’s decarbonisation efforts
Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2019 )
Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies (LHEES): phase 1 pilots – social evaluation
Faye Wade, Janette Webb and Emily Creamer ( 2019 )
What can energy research bring to social science? Reflections on 5 years of Energy Research & Social Science and beyond
Bregje Van Veelen, Annabel Pinker, Margaret Tingey, Gerald Taylor Aiken and Will Eadson ( 2019 )
Shifting the focus: energy demand in a net-zero carbon UK
Nick Eyre and Gavin Killip (eds) ( 2019 )
Energy retrofitting in Scotland event: skills and the supply chain slide pack
( 2019 )
Heat and the City response to Energy Efficient Scotland March 2019 Consultation
Faye Wade, Janette Webb, Margaret Tingey and Henry Myers ( 2019 )
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