District Heating in the UK: A Technological Innovation Systems Analysis Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions Volume 5:19-32
David Hawkey ( 2012 )
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 )
New lamps for old: financialised governance of cities and clean energy Journal of Cultural Economy
Janette Webb ( 2019 )
What can energy research bring to social science? Reflections on 5 years of Energy Research & Social Science and beyond
Bregje Van Veelen, Annabel Pinker, Margaret Tingey, Gerald Taylor Aiken and Will Eadson ( 2019 )
On (not) assembling a market for sustainable energy: heat network infrastructure and British cities Journal of Cultural Economy 10(1): 8-20
Janette Webb and David Hawkey ( 2017 )
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 )
Governing cities for sustainable energy: The UK case Cities 54:28-35
Janette Webb, David Hawkey and Margaret Tingey ( 2016 )
Improvising innovation in UK urban district heating: the convergence of social and environmental agendas in Aberdeen Energy policy 78:265-272
Janette Webb ( 2015 )
District Heating in the UK: Prospects for a Third National Programme Science and Technology Studies 27(3):68-89
David Hawkey ( 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 )
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