Colin Nolden
Colin Nolden
Vice-Chancellor's Fellow, University of Bristol Law School & Researcher, Environmental Change
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Governing community energy—Feed-in tariffs and the development of community wind energy schemes in the United Kingdom and Germany
C Nolden
Energy Policy 63, 543-552, 2013
1592013
What encourages local authorities to engage with energy performance contracting for retrofitting? Evidence from German municipalities
F Polzin, P Von Flotow, C Nolden
Energy Policy 94, 317-330, 2016
522016
Modes of governance for municipal energy efficiency services–The case of LED street lighting in Germany
F Polzin, P von Flotow, C Nolden
Journal of Cleaner Production 139, 133-145, 2016
502016
Catalysing the energy service market: the role of intermediaries
C Nolden, S Sorrell, F Polzin
Energy Policy 98, 420-430, 2016
482016
The UK market for energy service contracts in 2014–2015
C Nolden, S Sorrell
Energy Efficiency 9 (6), 1405-1420, 2016
402016
Community energy business model evolution: A review of solar photovoltaic developments in England
C Nolden, J Barnes, J Nicholls
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 122 (April 2020), 109722, 2020
292020
Performance and Impact of the Feed-in Tariff Scheme: Review of Evidence
C Nolden
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads …, 2015
152015
Exploring the Role of Servitization to Overcome Barriers for Innovative Energy Efficiency Technologies–The Case of Public LED Street Lighting in German Municipalities
F Polzin, P von Flotow, C Nolden
SWPS, 2015
142015
From the Paris agreement to a low-carbon bretton woods
M Stua
Cham: Springer, 2017
122017
Drivers and barriers for municipal retrofitting activities–Evidence from a large-scale survey of German local authorities
F Polzin, C Nolden, P von Flotow
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 88, 99-108, 2018
72018
Innovative Procurement Frameworks for Energy Performance Contracting in the UK Public Sector
C Nolden, SR Sorrell, F Polzin
SWPS, 2015
72015
‘Pro-savers’: the role of community in energy demand reduction
M Martiskainen, C Nolden
ECEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency 2015, 2039-2047, 2015
42015
Post-Subsidy Solar PV Business Models to Tackle Fuel Poverty in Multi-Occupancy Social Housing
J Pitt, C Nolden
Energies 13 (18), 4852, 2020
32020
The role of energy service contracting in delivering energy efficiency measures for local authorities in the UK
C Nolden, S Sorrell
ECEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency 2015, 515-525, 2015
32015
Exploring Implications of Capacity-Based Electricity Pricing for Peak Demand Reduction
D Schien, C Nolden, C Bird, D Wilkins, KM Ramokapane, C Preist, P Chitti, ...
ICT4S 2019 – 6th international conference on ICT for Sustainability, 2019
22019
Transaction cost analysis of digital innovation governance in the UK energy market
C Nolden
Journal of Energy Markets 12 (2), 49-69, 2019
22019
Regulating the diffusion of renewable energy technologies: Interactions between community energy and the feed-in tariff in the UK
C Nolden
University of Exeter, 2013
22013
The Road to Paris
C Nolden, M Stua
From the Paris Agreement to a Low-Carbon Bretton Woods, 9-30, 2017
12017
What if… Discussing the effects of the Paris Agreement on the energy markets
M Stua, C Nolden, A Costa
Proceedings of the 23th World Energy Congress 2016, 2016
12016
COP21 and beyond: Challenges for a fair agreement and the significance of the social and economic value of carbon mitigation actions and related positive carbon pricing
M Stua, C Nolden, M Coulon, V Sabljic
Moving the trillions: A debate on positive pricing of mitigation actions, 113, 2015
12015
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