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Energy Efficient Scotland Phase 1 & 2 Event October 2018 Slide Pack
( 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 )
Response to Scottish Government’s “Energy Efficient Scotland Consultation: Making our homes and buildings warmer, greener and more efficient”
Faye Wade, Ruth Bush and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
Scottish policy for energy efficiency and buildings workshop June 2018 slide pack
( 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 )
Local authorities and the regulation of electricity distribution networks in France: Concession contracts or local (semi) public operators?
François-Mathieu Poupeau ( 2018 )
How do policy and market contexts affect the potential for municipal energy companies in the UK?
Katy Roelich ( 2018 )
Danish experiences with public and local ownership of district heating companies
Rune Nielsen ( 2018 )
Public Ownership as a Tool for Participation and Technical Change? German cities after remunicipalisation
Sören Becker ( 2018 )
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