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Bringing Warmth to Wyndford: Does the new district heating make a difference? Wyndford Estate Survey
David McCrone, David Hawkey, Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2014 )
Heat and the City: Exploring affordable, low carbon community heating in cold climate cities
Janette Webb and David Hawkey ( 2014 )
District Heating in the UK: Prospects for a Third National Programme Science and Technology Studies 27(3):68-89
David Hawkey ( 2014 )
Heat and the City Poster RCUK Energy and Communities
Janette Webb, David Hawkey and Margaret Tingey ( 2014 )
Evaluating urban energy systems in the UK: the implications for financing heat networks Science and Technology Studies 27(3):47-67
Janette Webb ( 2014 )
“If it hasn’t been done in Aberdeen, it’s not worth doing”: governing change in urban energy in a northern UK city Paper presented at LATTS, Universite de Paris-Est International Workshop on Urban Energy Governances North and South, Paris
Janette Webb ( 2013 )
Organisation and Governance of Urban Energy Systems: District Heating and Cooling in the UK Journal of Cleaner Production 50:22-31
David Hawkey, Janette Webb and Mark Winskel ( 2013 )
District Heat Policy Options in the UK: Workshop report Vanguards Network
David Hawkey ( 2013 )
Research into barriers to deployment of district heating networks Report commissioned by UK Government Department of Energy and Climate Change
Robin Wiltshire, Michael King, Janette Webb and Nick Banks ( 2013 )
Bringing Warmth to Wyndford: The experience of owner-occupiers Wyndford Estate Survey
David McCrone, David Hawkey, Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2013 )
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