29 June 2008

Special issue: Transforming energy systems towards sustainability: critical issues from a socio-technical perspective

International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management 9(2/3) 2008
  • Energy systems in transition: contributions from social sciences
  • Deploying wind power in Australia: a socio-technical analysis
  • Carbon capture and storage: settling the German coal vs. climate change dispute?
  • Socio-technical implications of domestic microgeneration technologies in the UK electricity system
  • En'lightening' energy use: the co-evolution of household lighting practices
  • Who uses innovative energy technologies, when and why? The case of fuel cell MicroCHP in households
  • Systematically sustainable provision? The premises and promises of 'joined-up' energy demand management
  • Socio-technical analysis of the introduction of wind power in the Netherlands and Denmark
  • Governance in the energy transition: Practice of transition management in the Netherlands

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