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District Heating in Aberdeen – Delivering value to business and society Stratego local stakeholder event
Ruth Bush and Jody Edwards ( 2016 )
Sustainable Urban Energy Policy: Heat and the City The development of sustainable, clean and affordable energy systems through a focus on heating in cities
David Hawkey, Janette Webb, Heather Lovell, David McCrone, Margaret Tingey and Mark Winskel ( 2016 )
A city-wide district heating vision for Dundee – Dundee partnership stakeholder event Stratego local stakeholder event
Ruth Bush ( 2016 )
Falkirk Council presentation to the Stratego / Scottish Heat Network Partnership event Presentation to Stratego Project coaching session 3
Matthew Farrell ( 2016 )
District Heating Opportunities in Edinburgh Stratego local stakeholder event
Ruth Bush ( 2016 )
House, home and transforming energy in a cold climate Families, Relationships and Societies. 5(3):411–29
Janette Webb, David Hawkey, David McCrone and Margaret Tingey ( 2016 )
Reflections from the Stratego Coaching Session 2 Visit to Aalborg, Denmark
Ruth Bush ( 2015 )
The application of a large scale open water source heat pump and thermal store within an existing combined heat and power (CHP) and district heating system Feasibility study for Aberdeen Heat and Power, funded by Scottish Government Local Energy Challenge Fund
Michael Martin ( 2015 )
Next steps for district heating in Scotland: Workshop report Scottish Heat Networks Partnership Practitioner Group
David Hawkey, Margaret Tingey and Janette Webb ( 2015 )
Improvising innovation in UK urban district heating: the convergence of social and environmental agendas in Aberdeen Energy policy 78:265-272
Janette Webb ( 2015 )
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