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Local Sustainable Energy Taskforce: Policy Briefing March 2019
Caroline Kuzemko, Jessica Britton and Margaret Tingey ( 2019 )
Energy Efficient Scotland – Phase 1 pilots evaluation final report Funding for Local Authority-led energy retrofitting pilot projects, designed to inform development of the Energy Efficient Scotland programme, was announced in 2016. This report evaluates the first phase of projects.
Ruth Bush, David McCrone, Janette Webb, James Wakelin, Leyla Usmani, Debbie Sagar ( 2018 )
EES Phase 1 & 2 Event October 2018 All Presentations
( 2018 )
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 )
International workshop report – Public Ownership of Energy Companies Report from an International Workshop on Publicly Owned Energy Companies, held in Edinburgh on May 10-11 2018
David Hawkey, Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
Welsh Government Locally owned renewable energy: A call for evidence Response from the UK Energy Research Centre
Margaret Tingey, Tim Braunholtz-Speight, Dave Hawkey, Carly McLachlan and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
How do policy and market contexts affect the potential for municipal energy companies in the UK?
Katy Roelich ( 2018 )
Public Ownership as a Tool for Participation and Technical Change? German cities after remunicipalisation
Sören Becker ( 2018 )
Robin Hood Energy: Local Public Energy Supply Company
Gail Scholes ( 2018 )
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