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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 )
Response to the Competition and Markets Authority’s “Heat Networks Market Study – Update Paper”
David Hawkey ( 2018 )
Enabling to ensuring- heat networks as a tool for local re-engagement in energy
Jess Britton ( 2018 )
Response to Scottish Government “Second consultation on local heat & energy efficiency strategies, and regulation of district and communal heating”
David Hawkey, Ruth Bush, Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
Response to the Competition and Markets Authority’s “Heat Networks Market Study – Statement of Scope” Comments on the proposed areas of focus and potential remedies in the Competition and Markets Authority's market investigation into heat networks
David Hawkey and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
What We Know about Local Authority Engagement in UK Energy Systems: Ambitions, Activities, Business Structures & Ways Forward
Janette Webb, Margaret Tingey and David Hawkey ( 2017 )
A new definition of fuel poverty in Scotland: A review of recent evidence The 2017 Scottish Fuel Poverty Definition Review Panel
Scottish Energy Strategy: The Future of Energy in Scotland, UKERC response
Jim Watson and Mark Winskel (editors) ( 2017 )
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