Realising Transition Pathways

Working Papers & Reports

2016


Longhurst, N. and Chilvers, J. (2016) Mapping Diverse Visions of UK Energy Transitions: Co-producing Socio-technical imaginaries, 3S Working Paper 2016-28. Norwich: Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group.

Longhurst, N. and Chilvers, J. (2016) A relational co-productionist perspective on shale gas ‘fracking’ in the UK, 3S Working Papers 2016-29. Norwich: Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group.
 

2015

Chilvers, J. and Pallett, H. (2015). Making Energy Publics: Workshop Report. 3S Research Group, University of East Anglia.

Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N. (2015). A Relational-Coproductionist Approach to Socio-technical Transitions. 3S Working paper 2015-27. Norwich: Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group

Hall, S., Foxon, T.J. and Bolton, R. (2015). The new 'civic' energy sector: civil society institutions and energy infrastructure transitions in Germany and the UK. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2015/1.

Hall, S. and Roelich, K. (2015). Local Electricity Supply: Opportunities, archetypes and outcomes. ibuild Report (Infrastructure BUsiness models, valuation and Innovation for Local Delivery).

Hargreaves, N., Chilvers, J. and Hargreaves, T. (2015). What's the meaning of 'smart'? A study of smart grids. 3S Research Group, University of East Anglia.

Realising Transition Pathways Engine Room (2015). Distributing Power: A transition to a civic energy future. Realising Transition Pathways Research Consortium.

Sherry-Brennan, F. and Pearson, P.J.G. (2015). Spatial governance and energy transitions: The ‘problem’ of rural electrification in England and Wales. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2015/2.
 

2014

Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N. (2014). Co-production and emergence of diverse public engagements in energy transitions: towards relational, symmetrical and systemic understandings of participation.
3S Working Paper 2014-26. Norwich: Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group.

Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N. (2014). A relational-coproductive approach to studying socio-technical transitions. RTP Working Paper.

Johnson, V.C.A., Sherry-Brennan, F. and Pearson, P.J.G. (2014). Alternative liquid fuels in Britain in the inter-war period (1918-1938): Insights for future energy transitions. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2014/1. 

Johnson, V.C.A., Sherry-Brennan, F and Pearson, P.J.G. (2014). Alternative Liquid Fuels: Governance, Security and Transitions in the Inter-War Period. British Institute of Energy Economics.

Robertson, E., O'Grady, A., Barton, J., Robinson, E., Emmanuel-Yusuf, D., Aunedi, M. and Huang, S. (2014). Technological archetypes for a UK energy system transition. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2014/2.

2013

Barton, J., Davies, L., Foxon, T.J., Galloway, S., Hammond, G.P., O'Grady, A., Robertson, E. and Thomson, M. (December 2013). Transition pathways for a UK low carbon electricity system: Comparing scenarios and technology implications. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2013/5.

Carlsson-Hyslop, A. and Pearson, P.J.G. (March 2013). How did the Electrical Development Association attempt to mould domestic electricity demand in Britain, 1945-1964? Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2013/1.

Foxon, T.J. and Pearson, P.J.G. (September 2013). The UK low carbon energy transition: prospects and challenges. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2013/3.

Hammond, G.P. and O'Grady, A. (August 2013). The Implications of Upstream Emissions from the Power Sector. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2013/2.

Trutnevyte, E. (2013). Facilitating interdisciplinary learning among the Realising Transition Pathways models. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper 2013/4.

2012

 Hargreaves, T. (2012). Unpicking model assumptions about domestic/end-use energy demand. Report on the workshop held at Loughborough University on 18th October 2012. Realising Transition Pathways Working Paper, 31 October 2012.

Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N. (2012). Participation, politics and actor dynamics in low carbon energy transitions. Report of a Transition Pathways Project workshop, Norwich, 21-22 March 2012. Norwich: Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group.

Longhurst, N. and Chilvers, J. (2012) Interdisciplinarity in Transition? A Technical Report on the interdisciplinarity of the Transitions Pathways to A Low Carbon Economy project Norwich, Science, Society and Sustainability Research Group.