Sutainable Multi-Storey Communities

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September 2017 | Newcastle University and NEA Overview of the interdisciplinary multi-storey research communities project

Procedural justice and the implementation of community wind energy projects: a case study from South Yorkshire

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September 2016 | Neil Simcock, School of Environment, Education and Development, University of Manchester In policy and activist discourses there is often an expectation that community wind energy projects will avoid the conflicts and local opposition often associated with private-developer-led developments. However, the empirical validity of this assertion has not been widely investigated. In previous… Read more »

Fuel Poverty: Perspectives from the Front Line

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2012 | Professor Lenny Koh, Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability The BIG Energy Upgrade, was delivered by a consortium of local authorities and social housing providers. The Partners worked together in adopting a fully integrated, whole-house approach while installing energy efficiency measures and micro generation technologies in households. The University plays a key role in the project… Read more »

 
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