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Rescaling the governance of renewable energy: lessons from the UK devolution experience.
(Taylor and Francis, 2015-02-17)
Efforts to rescale governance arrangements to foster sustainable development are rarely simple in their consequences, an out-turn examined in this paper through an analysis of how the governance of renewable energy in the ...
Energy transitions, sub-national government and regime flexibility: how has devolution in the United Kingdom affected renewable energy development?
Amidst growing analytical interest in the spatial dimensions of sustainable energy transitions, relatively little attention has been given to the role of sub-national government, or the ways in which dominant socio-technical ...
Promoting community renewable energy in a corporate energy world.
Small-scale, decentralized and community-owned renewable energy is widely acknowledged to be a desirable feature of low carbon futures, but faces a range of challenges in the context of conventional, centralized energy ...
Sub-national government and pathways to sustainable energy.
In an effort to understand how to promote more sustainable forms of energy provision, researchers have begun addressing the scale of political and governance processes, yet the effects of sub-national government remain ...