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14 publications found

Energy Demand (Demand Reduction)
Policy Briefing Paper
Brand. C. and Anable. J. (2017). Supporting large-scale transition to electric cars. UKERC Report N/A.

Energy Supply (Energy Infrastructure & Supply)
UKERC Research Report
Froggatt, A., Wright, G. and Lockwood, M (2017). Staying Connected – Key Elements for UK–EU27 Energy Cooperation After Brexit. UKERC Report Nil. Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs
UKERC Working Paper
Bell, K. (2017). Transmission–distribution coordination and transition to more actively operated distribution: why it matters. UKERC Report Nil. UKERC

Energy Systems (Energy Systems and Modelling)
UKERC Research Report
Tingey, M., Webb, J., and Hawkey, D. (2017). Local Authority Engagement in UK Energy Systems:Highlights from Early Findings. UKERC Report Nil. UK Energy Research Centre, the Energy Technologies Institute and the University of Edinburgh

Technology and Policy Assessment
UKERC Research Report
Heptonstall, P., Gross, R. and Steiner, F. (2017). The costs and impacts of intermittency – 2016 update. A systematic review of the evidence on the costs and impacts of intermittent electricity generation technologies. UKERC Report Nil. UKERC

Whole Systems Research
Journal Article
Brand, C., Cluzel, C. and Anable, J. (2017). Modeling the uptake of plug–in vehicles in a heterogeneous car market using a consumer segmentation approach. Transportation Research Part A, 97: 121-136
UKERC Research Report
Pallett, H., Chilvers, J. and Hargreaves, T. (2017). Mapping energy participation: A systematic review of diverse practices of participation in UK energy transitions, 2010-2015. UKERC Report Nil. UKERC
UKERC Working Paper
Bell, K. (2017). Transmission–distribution coordination and transition to more actively operated distribution: why it matters. UKERC Report Nil. UKERC
Lowes, B., Woodman, B. and Fitch-Roy, O. (2017). Defining Incumbency: Considering the UK Heat Sector. UKERC Report Nil. UKERC

No Research Area applies
Consultation Response
Bell, K., Barrett, J., Ekins, P., Eyre, N., Gross, R., Watson, J. and Wright, L (2017). Building our Industrial Strategy - Response to the Green Paper. UKERC Report Nil.
Bell, K., Eyre, N., Hawker, G., Castagneto Gissey, G., Dodds, P., Darby, S., Irvine, J., Paul, G. and Watson J (2017). UKERC Response to the Ofgem/BEIS Call for Evidence - A Smart, Flexible Energy system. UKERC Report N/A.
Darby, S (2017). UKERC Response to the Ofgem/BEIS Call for Evidence - A Smart, Flexible Energy system - a system for the consumer. UKERC Report N/A.
Watson, J., Winskel, M, Bell, K., Hawker, G., Webb, J., Tingey, M., Dodds, P., Chilvers, J., Pallett, H., Pidgeon, N., Demski, C., Morton, C., Scott, K., Roelich, K., Sakai, M., Cotton, I., Sambrook, K., Giesekam, J and Barrett, J (2017). Scottish Energy Strategy: The Future of Energy in Scotland - Scottish Government, Edinburgh - a Consultation response by the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC). UKERC Report n/a.
Policy Briefing Paper
Rosenow. J, , Guertler. P., Sorrell. S, and Eyre. N. (2017). Unlocking Britain’s First Fuel: The potential for energy savings in UK housing. UKERC Report n/a.

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