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Crosscutting Projects
Book
Skea J, Ekins P and Winskel M (2011). Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System. Earthscan, London. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Book Chapter
Hawkes, A, Bergman, N, Jardine, C, Staffell,I, Brett, D, and Brandon, N (2011). A Change of Scale? Prospects for Distributed Energy Resources. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 8). Earthscan, London.. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Howard, D, Jay, B, Whitaker, J, Talbot, J, Hughes,N and Winskel, M (2011). Not Just Climate Change: Other Social and Environmental Perspectives. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 10). Earthscan, London. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Skea, J, Anandarajah, G, Chaudry, M, Shakoor, A, Strachan, N, Wang, X and Whitaker, J (2011). Energy Futures: The Challenges of Decarbonization and Security of Supply. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 4). Earthscan, London. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Skea, J, Wang, X., and Winskel, M (2011). UK Energy in an Era of Globalization: Trends, Technologies and Environmental Impacts. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 2). Earthscan, London.. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Winskel, M, Anandarajah, G, Skea, J and Jay, B (2011). Accelerating the Development of Energy Supply Technologies: The Role of Research and Innovation. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 7). Earthscan, London.. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Journal Article
Hudson, Winskel, Allen (2011). The hesitant emergence of low carbon technologies in the UK: the micro-CHP innovation system. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 23 (3): 297-312

Energy Demand (Demand Reduction)
Book Chapter
Bulkeley, H., H. Schroeder, K. B. Janda, et al. (2011). The Role of Institutions, Governance and Planning for Mitigation and Adaptation by Cities. In D. Hoornweg, M. Frire, M. Lee, P. Bhada and B. Yuen (Eds) Cities and Climate Change: Responding to an Urgent Agenda (Chapter 5). World Bank. ISBN 978-0-8213-8493-0
Journal Article
Bergman, N. and N. Eyre (2011). What role for micro-generation in a shift to a low carbon domestic energy sector in the UK? . Energy Efficiency, 4 (3): 335-353
Fudge S. and Peters M. (2011). Behaviour change in the UK climate debate: an assessment of responsibility, agency and political dimensions. Sustainability, 3 (6): 789-808
Fudge S., Peters M., Mulugetta Y. and Jackson T (2011). Paradigms, policy and governance: the politics of energy regulation in the UK post-2000. Environmental Policy and Governance, 21 (4): 291-302
Janda, K. (2011). Buildings don't use energy: people do. Architectural Science Review, 54 (1): 15-22
Janda, K. B. (2011). Buildings Don't Use Energy: People Do. Architectural Science Review , 54 (1): 15-22
Pangbourne, K. and Anable, J. (2011). Alternative Travel Futures: Guest editorial and introduction to special issue. Journal of Transport Geography, 19 (6): 1535–1537
Parag, Y. and Strickland, D. (2011). Personal Carbon Trading: A Radical Policy Option for Reducing Emissions from the Domestic Sector. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 53 (1): -
Schwanen, T., Banister, D. and Anable, J. (2011). Scientific Research about Climate Change Mitigation in Transport: A critical review. Transportation Research A, 45 (10): 993–1006
Yael, P, Capstick, S, and Poortinga, W (2011). Policy Attribute Framing: A Comparison between Three Policy Instruments for Personal Emissions Reduction. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 30 (4): 889–905
UKERC Working Paper
Anable, J., Brand, C., Eyre, N., Layberry, R., Bergman, N., Strachan, N., Fawcett, T., and Tran, M. (2011). Energy 2050 - WG1 Energy Demand : Lifestyle and Energy Consumption - working paper. UKERC Report REF: UKERC/WP/ED/2011/001. UKERC
Workshop Report
UKERC (2011). Future Research Requirements for Smart Metering Workshop. UKERC Report UKERC/MR/HQ/2011/006. UKERC (12 pp.)

Energy Supply (Energy Infrastructure & Supply)
Book Chapter
Whitmarsh, L. (2011). Social and psychological drivers of energy consumption behaviour and energy transitions. In Dietz, S., Michie, J. & Oughton, C. (Eds) The Political Economy of the Environment: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Chapter 11). Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-43753-0
Journal Article
Butler, C. Parkhill, K. Pidgeon, N (2011). Nuclear power after Japan: the social dimensions. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 53 (6): 3-14
Corner, A., Spence, A., Poortinga, W., Demski, C., and Pidgeon, N. (2011). Nuclear Power, climate change and energy security: Exploring British public attitudes. Energy Policy, 39 (9): 4823-4833
Keller, C., Bostrom, A., Kuttschreuter, M, Savadori, L., Spence, A. and White, M. (2011). Bringing appraisal theory to environmental risk perception: A review of conceptual approaches and suggestions for future research. Journal of Risk Research, 15 (3): 237-256
Pidgeon, N.F., Harthorn, B. and Satterfield, T. (2011). Special Collection on Nanotechnologies Risk Perception and Communication. Risk Analysis, 31 (11): 1694-1700
Poortinga, W., Spence, A., Whitmarsh, L., Capstick, S. and Pidgeon, N. (2011). Uncertain climate: An investigation into public scepticism about anthropogenic climate change. Global Environmental Change, 21 (3): 1015-1024
R Pidgeon, N. and Fischhoff, B (2011). The role of social and decision sciences in communicating uncertain climate risks. Nature Climate Change , 1: 35-41
R Whitmarsh, L., Seyfang, G. and O’Neill, S (2011). Public Engagement with Carbon and Climate Change: To what extent is the public ‘carbon capable’?. Global Environmental Change, 21 (1): 56-65
Spence, A., Poortinga, W. and Pidgeon, N (2011). The psychological distance of climate change. Risk Analysis: Special Issue on Climate Change, 32 (6): 957-972
Spence, A., Poortinga, W., Butler C. and Pidgeon, N (2011). Perceptions of climate change and willingness to save energy related to flood experiences. Nature Climate Change , 1: 46-49
Whitmarsh, L. (2011). Scepticism and uncertainty about climate change: dimensions, determinants and change over time. Global Environmental Change, 21 (2): 690–700
Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. and Lorenzoni, I. (2011). Climate change or social change? Debate within, amongst, and beyond disciplines. Environment & Planning A, 43 (2): 258 – 261
Workshop Report
Reser, J. P., Pidgeon, N., Spence, A., Bradley, G. A., Glendon, I. and Ellul, M. (2011). Public Risk Perceptions, Understandings, and Responses to Climate Change in Australia and Great Britain: Interim Report. UKERC Report N/A. Griffith University, Climate Change Response Program, Queensland, Australia, and Understanding Risk Centre, Cardiff University, Wales (79 pp.)

Energy Systems (Energy Systems and Modelling)
Book Chapter
Anandarajah G., Ekins P., and Strachan. N (2011). Pathways to a low carbon economy. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 5). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Ekins, P. (2011). System Innovation for Environmental Sustainability: Concepts, Policies and Political Economy. In Bleischwitz, R., Welfens, P. & Xiang Zhang, Z. (Eds) International Economics of Resource Efficiency: Eco-Innovation Policies for a Green Economy (Chapter 3). Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 3790826014, 9783790826012
Ekins, P., Winskel, M., and Skea. J. (2011). Putting it all together: Implications for policy and action. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 12). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Ekins, P., Skea, J. and Winskel, M. (2011). UK Energy Policy and Institutions. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 3). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Eyre N., Anable J., Brand C., Layberry R., and Strachan, N. (2011). The way we live from now on: Lifestyle and energy consumption. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 9). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Skea, J., Chaudry, M., Ekins, P., Kannan, R., Shakoor, A. and Wang, X. (2011). A resilient energy system. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 6). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Skea, J., Ekins. P., and Winskel, M. (2011). Introduction. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 1). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Strachan N. and J. Skea (2011). UK energy in an uncertain world. In Skea, Ekins and Winskel (Eds) Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low Carbon Energy System (Chapter 11). Earthscan. ISBN 978-1-84971-084-8
Journal Article
Ekins, P., Summerton, P., Thoung, C., and Lee, D. (2011). A Major Environmental Tax Reform for the UK: Results for the Economy, Employment and the Environment. Environmental and Resource Economics, 50 (3): pp 447-474
Ekins. P., Anandarajah G., Strachan. N. (2011). Towards a Low-Carbon Economy: Scenarios and Policies for the UK. Climate Policy, 11 (2): 865-882
Kannan, R. (2011). The development and application of a temporal MARKAL energy system model using flexible time slicing. Applied Energy, 88 (6): -
UKERC Research Report
Chaudry, M, Ekins, P, Kannan,R, Shakoor, A, Skea, J, Strbac, G, Wang, X., and Whitaker, J (2011). Building a Resilient UK Energy System - Research Report. UKERC Report UKERC/RR/HQ/2011/001. UKERC

Energy and Environment (Environmental Sustainability)
Consultation Response
Barrett, J., C. Le Quéré, M. Lenzen, G. Peters, K. Roelich, and T. Wiedmann (2011). UK Energy Research Centre Response to the Energy and Climate Change Committee Consultation on Consumption-based Emission Reporting..
Journal Article
Rowe R., Whitaker J., Freer-Smith P.H., Chapman J., Ryder S., Ludley K.E., Howard D.C. and Taylor G. (2011). Counting the cost of carbon in bioenergy systems: sources of variation and hidden pitfalls when comparing life cycle assessments. Biofuels, 2: 693-707
Wiedmann T. and Barrett, J. (2011). A Greenhouse Footprint Analysis of UK Central Government (1990 to 2008). Environmental Science & Policy, 14 (8): 1041-1051
Wiedmann TO, Suh S, Feng K, Lenzen M, Acquaye A, Scott K, Barrett JR. (2011). Application of Hybrid Life Cycle Approaches to Emerging Energy Technologies – The Case of Wind Power in the UK. Science and Technology, 45 (13): 5900-7
Policy Briefing Paper
Morgan, N. (2011). Carbon Emission Accounting – Balancing the books for the UK. UKERC Report UKERC/BP/CO2EMI/2011/001.

Technology and Policy Assessment
Journal Article
Candelise, C., Speirs, J., and Gross, R (2011). Materials availability for thin film (TF) PV technologies development: a real concern ?. Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15 (9): 4972-4981
Druckman, A. M.Chitnis, S.Sorrell and T. Jackson (2011). Missing carbon reductions ? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households. Energy Policy, 39 (6): 3572-3581
Slade, R.; Gross, R; and Bauen, B (2011). Estimating bio-energy resource potentials to 2050: learning from experience. Energy and Environmental Science, 8: 2645-2657
Steggals, W; Gross, R; Heptonstall, P (2011). Winds of change: How high wind penetrations will affect investment incentives in the GB electricity sector. Energy Policy, 39 (3): 1389-1396
UKERC Research Report
Slade, R., Saunders,R., Gross, R., and Bauen, A. (2011). Energy from biomass: the size of the global resource. UKERC Report UKERC/RR/TPA/2011/001. UKERC
UKERC Working Paper
Heptonstall, P., Gross, R, and Jones, F. (2011). Carbon Capture and Storage: Realising the Potential? Work Package 3, Task 5 Working Paper Version 2.1. UKERC Report UKERC/WP/TPA/2011/003. UKERC

No Research Area applies
Consultation Response
Hardy. J. (2011). Response to the 2011 HM Treasury Carbon Floor Price Consultation.
Pidgeon. N. (2011). Memorandum on Public Attitudes and Nuclear Power submitted to the House of Lords - Science and Technology Committee Inquiry on Nuclear R&D Capabilities.
Skea. J., Hardy. J., Gross. R., Mitchell. C., Baker. P. and Eyre. N (2011). UKERC response to the Department of Energy and Climate Change consultation - Electricity Market Reform.
Journal Article
Whitmarsh, L., O’Neill, S. and Lorenzoni, I. (2011). Climate change or social change? Debate within, amongst, and beyond disciplines. Environment & Planning A, 43 (2): 258 – 261
Wiedmann TO, Suh S, Feng K, Lenzen M, Acquaye A, Scott K, Barrett JR. (2011). Application of Hybrid Life Cycle Approaches to Emerging Energy Technologies – The Case of Wind Power in the UK. Science and Technology, 45 (13): 5900-7
Research Atlas Landscape
Strachan, N. (2011). UKERC Energy Research Landscape: Energy Systems Modelling.
Workshop Report
UKERC (2011). Electricity Market Reform: Independent Experts Workshop. UKERC Report UKERC/MR/HQ/2011/001. UKERC (13 pp.)
UKERC (2011). Electricity Market Reform: Stakeholders Workshop. UKERC Report UKERC/MR/HQ/2011/002. UKERC (12 pp.)
UKERC and the Imperial College London Centre for Energy Policy and Technology (2011). Electricity Market Reform Workshop III: Institutional Arrangements. UKERC Report UKERC/MR/HQ/2011/003. UKERC (11 pp.)

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