Realising Transition Pathways

Journals

Alderson, H., G.R. Cranston and G.P. Hammond( 2012). Carbon and environmental footprinting of low carbon UK electricity futures to 2050. Energy, 48 (1), 96-107  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2012.04.011]. 

Arapostathis, S., Pearson, Peter J G  & Foxon, Timothy J  (2014). UK natural gas system integration in the making, 1960–2010: Complexity, transitional uncertainties and uncertain transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 11, pp. 87-102.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2014.01.004].

Aunedi, M., Kountouriotis, P.A., Calderon J.E.O., Angeli, D. and Strbac, G. (2013). Economic and Environmental Benefits of Dynamic Demand in Providing Frequency Regulation. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid4 (4), 2036-2048.  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TSG.2013.2258047]

Barnacle, M., Galloway, S., Ault, G. and Elders, I. (2014 – submitted). A multi-objective transmission expansion planning model for analysing future energy scenarios in the GB network. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid.

Bolton, R and Foxon, T J (2013). Urban infrastructure dynamics: market regulation and the shaping of district energy in UK cities. Environment and Planning A45, 2191-2211  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/a45575]. 

Bolton, R. and Foxon, T. (2015). Infrastructure transformation as a socio-technical process – Implications for the governance of energy distribution networks in the UK. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 90, Part B, 538-550 [doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2014.02.017].

Bolton, R. and Foxon, T. (2015). A socio-technical perspective on low carbon investment challenges – Insights for UK energy policy. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 14, 165-181 [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221042241400063X].  

Bolton, R., Foxon, T.J. and Hall, S. (2015). Energy transitions and uncertainty: creating low carbon investment opportunities in the UK electricity sector. Environment and Planning C (online) http://epc.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/12/10/0263774X15619628.full.pdf+html.

Carlsson-Hyslop, A. (2016). Past Management of Energy Demand: Promotion and Adoption of Electric Heating in Britain 1945-1964. Environment and History 22(1), 75-102. http://dx.doi.org/10.3197/096734016X14497391602242.  

Cheng, V.K.M. and Hammond, G.P. (2014). Energy density and spatial footprints of various electrical power systems. Energy Procedia, 61, 578-581. [doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.1174].

Cheng, V.K.M. and G.P. Hammond, 2016. Life-cycle energy densities and land-take requirements of various power generators: A UK perspective, Journal of the Energy Institute: in press [DOI: 10.1016/j.joei.2016.02.003]

Chilvers, J. and Kearnes, M. (eds.) (2015) Remaking Participation: Science, Environment and Emergent Publics, Abingdon: Routledge, pp.295. ISBN: 9780415857406.

Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N. (2016) Participation in Transitions: Reconceiving Public Engagements in Energy Transitions as Co-Produced, Emergent and Diverse. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2015.1110483].  

Cooper, S.J.G., Dowsett, J., Hammond, G.P., McManus, M.C. and Rogers, J.G. (2013). Potential of demand side management to reduce carbon dioxide emissions associated with the operation of heat pumps. J. Sustain. Dev. Energy Water Environ. Syst., 1 (2), 94-108. [http://dx.doi.org/10.13044/j.sdewes.2013.01.0007].

Cooper, S., Hammond, G.P. and McManus, M.C. (2013). Thermodynamic efficiency of low-carbon domestic heating systems: Heat pumps and micro-generation. Proc. Instn Mech. Engrs Part A: Journal of Power and Energy, 227 (1), 18-29.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0957650912466011].

Cooper, S.J.G., G.P. Hammond, M.C. McManus and D. Pudjianto, 2016. ‘Detailed simulation of electrical demands due to nationwide adoption of heat pumps, taking account of renewable generation and mitigation’, IET Renew. Power Gener., 10 (3): 380 –387 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/iet-rpg.2015.0127]. Jointly supported via the EPSRC HiDEF SUPERGEN project.

Fouquet, R. and Pearson, P.J.G. (2012). Past and Prospective Energy Transitions: Insights from History. Editorial for Energy Policy Special Section on Past and Prospective Energy Transitions. Energy Policy, 50, 1-7. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.08.014].

Fouquet, R and Pearson P (2012). Special Section: Past and Prospective Energy Transitions - Insights from History. Energy Policy, 50, 1-848. [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03014215/50/supp/C].

Foxon, T.J. (2013). Transition pathways for a UK low carbon electricity future. Energy Policy, 52, 10-24.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.04.001]. 

Foxon, T J, Hammond, G P, Leach, M A, and Pearson, P J G (2013). Special Section: Transition Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy. Energy Policy, 52, 1-840. [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03014215/52/supp/C].

Foxon, T.J., Pearson, P.J., Araposthathis, S., Carlsson-Hyslop, A. and Thornton, J. (2013). Branching points for transition pathways: assessing responses of actors to challenges on pathways to a low carbon future. Energy Policy, 52, 146-158.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.04.030 ].

Gan, C. K., Pudjianto, D., Djapic, P. and Strbac, G. (2013). Strategic Assessment of Alternative Design Options for Multivoltage-Level Distribution Networks. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 29 (3), 1261-1269 [10.1109/TPWRS.2013.2290103]. 

Grünewald P., McKenna E., and Thomson M. (2015). Keep it simple: time-of-use tariffs in high-wind scenarios. IET Renewable Power Generation, 9(2):176.

Hall, S. and Foxon, T.J. (2014). Values in the Smart Grid: The co-evolving political economy of smart distribution. Energy Policy, 74, 600-609. [doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2014.08.018].

Hall, S., Foxon, T.J. and Bolton, R. (2015). Investing in low carbon transitions: Energy finance as an adaptive market. Climate Policy (in press) [http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14693062.2015.1094731]

Hall, S., Foxon, T.J. and Bolton, R. (2016). Financing the Civic Energy Sector: How financial institutions affect ownership models in Germany and the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science, 12, 5-15 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214629615300748

Hammond, G.P. (2012). Themed Issue Editorial: Carbon Dioxide Capture and Geological Storage. Proc. Instn Civil. Engrs: Energy, 165 (2), 47-50. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/ener.2012.165.2.47].

Hammond, G. (2012). Book Review: Terry, N., Energy and Carbon Emissions: The Way We Live. Proc. Instn Civil. Engrs: Energy, 165 (3), 161.

Hammond, G. (2013). Briefing: Carbon dioxide capture and storage faces a challenging future. Proc. Instn Civil. Engrs: Civil Engineering, 166 (4): 147. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/cien.2013.166.4.147].  

Hammond, G.P. (2014). Progress in energy demand reduction – from here to 2050 (Editorial). Proceedings of the ICE – Energy, 167(3), 89-104 [10.1680/ener.167.3.89].

Hammond, G. (2015). Briefing: Progress in energy demand reduction – from here to 2050. Proc. Instn Civil. Engrs: Civil Engineering, 168 (3): 100 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/cien.2015.168.3.100]. Jointly supported via the EPSRC CIE-MAP Project 

Hammond, G.P. and Hazeldine, T. (2015). Indicative energy technology assessment of advanced rechargeable batteries. Applied Energy, 138, 559-571. [doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.10.037] jointly supported via the EPSRC HiDEF SUPERGEN Project

Hammond, G.P., Howard, H.R. and Jones, C.I. (2013). The energy and environmental implications of UK more electric transition pathways: a whole systems perspective. Energy Policy, 52, 103-116. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.08.071].

Hammond, G.P., Howard H.R. and Tuck, A. (2012). Risk assessment of UK biofuel developments within the rapidly evolving energy and transport sectors. Proc. Instn Mech. Engrs Part O: Journal of Risk and Reliability, 226 (5): 526-548.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1748006X12448147].  

Hammond, G.P., Jones, C.I. and Spevack, R. (2014). The ‘Shoots Barrage’: An indicative energy technology assessment of a tidal power scheme. Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 2(4), 388-407. [10.13044/j.sdewes.2014.02.0031]

Hammond, G. and Mitchell, G. (2014). Rare earth elements - a constraint on clean energy technologies? Energy World magazine, No. 430 (October): 32-33.

Hammond, G.P. and O’Grady, A. (2014). The implications of upstream emissions from the power sector. Proc. Instn Civil. Engrs: Energy, 167 (1), 9-19. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/ener.13.00006].   

Hammond, G.P. and O’Grady, Á. (2015 – submitted for review). The threat of a gas supply evolution to a low carbon future in the UK. Environmental Science and Technology.  

Hammond, G.P. and A. O’Grady, 2016. ‘Indicative energy technology assessment of UK shale gas extraction’, Applied Energy: in press [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.02.024.]  

Hammond, G.P. and Pearson, P.J.G. (2013). Challenges of the Transition to a Low Carbon, More Electric Future: From Here to 2050, Editorial for Energy Policy Special Section on Transition Pathways. Energy Policy, 52, 1-9.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.10.052].

Hammond, G.P. and Spargo, J. (2014). The prospects for coal-fired power plants with carbon capture and storage: A UK perspective.  Energy Conversion and Management, 86, 476-489. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2014.05.030]. 

Hargreaves, T., Nye, M., & Burgess, J. (2013). Keeping energy visible? How householders interact with feedback from smart energy monitors in the longer term. Energy Policy, 52, 126-134. 

Higginson S., McKenna E., Hargreaves T., Chilvers J., Thomson M. 2015. Diagramming social practice theory: An interdisciplinary experiment exploring practices as networks. Indoor and Built Environment, 24(7):950.

Higginson, S., Thomson, M., & Bhamra, T. (2013). For the times they are a-changin’: the impact of shifting energy-use practices in time and space. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 19 pages.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2013.802459].

Holtz, G., Alkemade, F., de Haan, F., Köhler, J., Trutnevyte, E., Chappin, E., Halbe, J., Yücel, G., Ruutu, S., Kwakkel, J., Papachristos G. (2015). Prospects of modelling societal transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 17, 41-58.

Huang, S. and Infield, D.G. (2014). Plug-in electric vehicles as demand response to local surplus wind generation. Int. J, of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, 6 (4), 350-364. [10.1504/IJEHV.2014.067621].

Johnson, V. and Hall, S. (2014) [Contributors: Barton, J., Emmanuel-Yusuf, D., Longhurst, N., O’Grady, A., Robertson, E., Robinson, E., Sherry-Brennan, F.]. Community energy and equity: The distributional implications of a transition to a decentralised electricity system. People, Place and Policy, 8/3, 149-167. [DOI: 10.3351/ppp.0008.0003.0002].

Johnson, V.C.A., Sherry-Brennan, F. and Pearson, P.J.G. (2016). Alternative liquid fuels in the UK in the interwar period (1918–1938): Insights from a failed energy transition. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2015.12.001   

 

Kelly, K.A., McManus, M.C. and Hammond, G.P. (2014). An energy and carbon life cycle assessment of industrial CHP (combined heat and power) in the context of a low carbon UK. Energy, 77, 812-821. [doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2014.09.051].

 

Longhurst, N., Chilvers, J. & Hargreaves, T. (in review). Interdisciplinary transitions: Collaborative objects, coherence and the politics of interdisciplinary energy research. Environment and Planning A. 

Longhurst, N. (2015) Towards an ‘alternative’ geography of innovation: Alternative milieu, socio-cognitive protection and sustainability experimentation’. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 17, 183 – 198. 

Macnaghten, P., R. Owen, J. Stilgoe, B. Wynne, A. Azevedo, A. de Campos, J. Chilvers, R. Dagnino, G. di Giulio, E. Frow, B. Garvey, C. Groves, S. Hartley, M. Knobel, E. Kobayashi, M. Lehtonnen, J. Lezaun, L. Mello, M. Monteiro, J. Pamplona, C. Rigolin, B. Rondani, M. Staykova, R. Taddei, C. Till, D. Tyfield, S. Wilford and L. Velho (2014). Responsible innovation across borders: tensions, paradoxes and possibilities. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1(2), 191-199 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23299460.2014.922249].

McKenna, E. and Thomson, M. (2014). Demand response behaviour of domestic consumers with photovoltaic systems in the UK: an exploratory analysis of an internet discussion forum. Springer Journal of Energy, Sustainability and Society, 4:13

McKenna E., Grünewald P., Thomson M. 2015. Going with the wind: temporal characteristics of potential wind curtailment in Ireland in 2020 and opportunities for demand response. IET Renewable Power Generation, 9(1):66.

Moreno, R., Pudjianto, D. and Strbac, G. (2013). Transmission Network Investment with Probabilistic Security and Corrective Control. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 28 (4), 3935-3944.  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TPWRS.2013.2257885].

Moreno, R., Pudjianto, D., and Strbac, G. (2012). Integrated reliability and cost-benefit-based standards for transmission network operation. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part O-Journal of Risk and Reliability, 226 (O1), 75-87.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1748006X11424103].

Papadaskalopoulos, D., Pudjianto, D. and Strbac, G. (2014). Decentralized Coordination of Microgrids With Flexible Demand and Energy Storage. IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 5 (4),1406-1414 [10.1109/TSTE.2014.2311499].

Parker M, Acland A, Armstrong AJ, Bellingham JR, Bland J, Bodmer HC, Burrall S, Castell S, Chilvers J, Cleevely DD, Cope D, Costanzo L, Dolan JA, Doubleday R, Feng WY, Godfray HCJ, Good DA, Grant J, Green N, Groen AJ, Guilliams TT, Gupta S, Hall AC, Heathfield A, Hotopp U, Kass G, Leeder T, Lickorish FA, Lueshi LM, Magee C, Mata T, McBride T, McCarthy N, Mercer A, Neilson R, Ouchikh J, Oughton EJ, Oxenham D, Pallett H, Palmer J, Patmore J, Petts J, Pinkerton J, Ploszek R, Pratt A, Rocks SA, Stansfield N, Surkovic E, Tyler CP, Watkinson AR, Wentworth J, Willis R, Wollner PKA, Worts K, Sutherland WJ. (2014). Identifying the Science and Technology Dimensions of Emerging Public Policy Issues through Horizon Scanning. PLOS ONE, 9 (5) [10.1371/journal.pone.0096480].

Pearson, P.J.G, Arapostathis, S., Carlsson-Hyslop, A., Gradillas, M., Laczay, S., Thornton, J. and Wallis, S. (2013). Governing Transitions: Cases and insights from two periods in the history of the UK gas industry. Energy Policy Special Section on Transition Pathways. Energy Policy 52, 25-44. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.08.016].

Pearson P.J.G. and Foxon, T.J. (2012). A Low Carbon Industrial Revolution? Insights and Challenges from Past Technological and Economic Transformations. Energy Policy 50, 117-127. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.07.061].

Pudjianto, D., Aunedi, M., Djapic, P. and Strbac, G. (2014). Whole-Systems Assessment of the Value of Energy Storage in Low-Carbon Electricity Systems. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 5 (2), 1098-1109. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TSG.2013.2282039].

Robertson, E. and Galloway, S. (2014 – in preparation). A bulk carrier model for the Future energy infrastructures in the UK. IEEE Transactions on Sustainability (May 2014).Rogers, J.G., Cooper, S.J.G., O’Grady, Á., McManus, M.C., Howard, H.R. and Hammond, G.P. (2015). The 20% house – An integrated assessment of options for reducing net carbon emissions from existing UK houses. Applied Energy, 138, 108-120. [doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.10.047].

Robertson, E., Galloway, S., Barnicoat, G. and Danson, M. (2014 – in preparation). Multiple energy carrier modelling: The Angus Model, A Scottish case study. Energy Policy (July 2014).

Stephen, B., Galloway, S.D.R. and Burt, G.M. (2014). Self-learning load characteristic models for smart appliances. IEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 5 (5), 1-8 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TSG.2014.2318375].

Stephen, B., Isleifsson, F.R., Galloway, S.D.R., Burt, G.M. and Bindner, H.W. (2014). Online AMR Domestic Load Profile Characteristic Change Monitor to Support Ancillary Demand Services. IEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 5 [10.1109/TSG.2013.2286698]. 

Thornton, J and Pearson, PJG (2013). Bristol Water Works Company; a study of nineteenth century resistance to local authority purchase attempts. Water History, 5 (3), 307-330. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12685-013-0083-1].

Trutnevyte, E. (2013). EXPANSE methodology for evaluating the economic potential of renewable energy from an energy mix perspective. Applied Energy 111, 593-601  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2013.04.083]. 

Trutnevyte, E. (2014). The allure of energy visions: Are some visions better than others? Energy Strategy Reviews, 2 (3-4), 211-219. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.esr.2013.10.001]. 

Trutnevyte, E., Barton, J., O'Grady, Á., Ogunkunle, D., Pudjianto, D., Robertson, E. (2014). Linking storylines with multiple models: an interdisciplinary analysis of the UK power system transition. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 89, 26-42. [10.1016/j.techfore.2014.08.018].  

Trutnevyte, E., Strachan, N., Dodds, P., Pudjianto, D., and Strbac, G. (2015). Synergies and trade-offs between governance and costs: Low carbon electricity system transition under market, government and society logics. Energy Policy, 85, 170-181. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2015.06.003].