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Number of items: 14.

2019

Hannon, Matthew and Topham, Eva and Dixon, James and McMillan, David and Collu, Maurizio (2019) Offshore Wind, Ready to Float? Global and UK Trends in the Floating Offshore Wind Market. [Report]

Cairns, I. and Hannon, M. and Braunholtz-Speight, T. and Hardy, J. and McLachlan, C. and Mander, S. and Manderson, E. and Sharmina, M. (2019) Financing Community Energy Case Studies : Brighton and Hove Energy Services (BHESCo). [Report] (In Press)

Cairns, I. and Hannon, M. and Braunholtz-Speight, T. and Hardy, J. and McLachlan, C. and Mander, S. and Manderson, E. and Sharmina, M. (2019) Financing Community Energy Case Studies : Edinburgh Community Solar Cooperative. [Report] (In Press)

Cairns, I. and Hannon, M. and Braunholtz-Speight, T. and Hardy, J. and McLachlan, C. and Mander, S. and Manderson, E. and Sharmina, M. (2019) Financing Community Energy Case Studies : Green Energy Mull. [Report] (In Press)

Cairns, I. and Hannon, M. and Braunholtz-Speight, T. and Hardy, J. and McLachlan, C. and Mander, S. and Manderson, E. and Sharmina, M. (2019) Financing Community Energy Case Studies : Gwent Energy C.I.C. [Report] (In Press)

Skea, Jim and van Diemen, Renée and Hannon, Matthew and Gazis, Evangelos and Rhodes, Aidan (2019) Energy Innovation for the Twenty-First Century : Accelerating the Energy Revolution. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. ISBN 9781788112611

Braunholtz-Speight, Tim and McLachlan, Carly and Mander, Sarah and Hannon, Matthew and Hardy, Jeff and Manderson, Ed and Sharmina, Maria and Cairns, Iain (2019) Visions for the Future of Community Energy in the UK. [Report]

2018

Braunholtz-Speight, Tim and Mander, Sarah and Hannon, Matthew and Hardy, Jeff and McLachlan, Carly and Manderson, Ed and Sharmina, Maria (2018) The Evolution of Community Energy in the UK. Working paper. UKERC, London.

Frame, Damien and Hannon, Matthew and Bell, Keith and McArthur, Stephen (2018) Innovation in regulated electricity distribution networks : a review of the effectiveness of Great Britain's low carbon network fund. Energy Policy, 118. pp. 121-132. ISSN 0301-4215

Hannon, Matthew (2018) The right idea at the wrong time : what really went wrong with the Saltire Prize. i (Wednes). ISSN 2045-4929

Hu, Rui and Skea, Jim and Hannon, Matthew J. (2018) Measuring the energy innovation process : an indicator framework and a case study of wind energy in China. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 127. pp. 227-244. ISSN 0040-1625

2017

Hannon, Matthew and van Diemen, Renée and Skea, Jim (2017) Examining the Effectiveness of Support for UK Wave Energy Innovation since 2000 : Lost at Sea or a New Wave of Innovation? [Report]

2016

Hannon, Matthew (2016) Mission Impossible? Five Challenges Facing 'Mission Innovation', the Global Clean Energy Innovation Drive. [Report]

Bolton, Ronan and Hannon, Matthew (2016) Governing sustainability transitions through business model innovation : towards a systems understanding. Research Policy. ISSN 0048-7333

This list was generated on Wed Dec 11 22:01:34 2019 GMT.