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Who else will need to deliver? The role of community and local institutions Essay 8 in: A distributed energy future for the UK: An essay collection published by IPPR
Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
Community energy: Entanglements of community, state, and private sector
Emily Creamer, Will Eadson, Bregje van Veelen, Annabel Pinker, Margaret Tingey, Tim Braunholtz‐Speight, Marianna Markantoni, Mike Foden and Max Lacey‐Barnacle ( 2018 )
Public-private comparative economic realities and the feasibility of public ownership in UK energy system
David Hall ( 2018 )
Public Energy System – Infographic
David Hall ( 2018 )
Ownership models and business structures in UK Local Authority energy initiatives
Margaret Tingey ( 2018 )
Explicit and implicit roles for the public sector in district heating: what can the UK learn from other countries to future-proof ownership and governance arrangements?
David Hawkey ( 2018 )
Aberdeen Heat & Power A growing Not-for-Profit Model
Ian Booth ( 2018 )
Enabling to ensuring- heat networks as a tool for local re-engagement in energy
Jess Britton ( 2018 )
How do policy and market contexts affect the potential for municipal energy companies in the UK?
Katy Roelich ( 2018 )
Public ownership of large-scale energy infrastructure – can we build energy democracy from the top-down?
Mika Minio-Paluello ( 2018 )
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