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  1. 2018
  2. Global metal flows in the renewable energy transition: Exploring the effects of substitutes, technological mix and development

    André Månberger & Stenqvist, B. 2018 Aug 1 In : Energy Policy. 119, p. 226-241 16 p.

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  3. Demonstrating climate mitigation technologies: An early assessment of the NER 300 programme

    Max Åhman, Skjaerseth, J. B. & Eikeland, P. O. 2018 Jun 1 In : Energy Policy. 117, p. 100-107 8 p.

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  4. Household installation of solar panels – Motives and barriers in a 10-year perspective

    Jenny Palm 2018 Feb 1 In : Energy Policy. 113, p. 1-8 8 p.

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  5. 2017
  6. Perspectives for the Brazilian bioethanol sector: The innovation driver

    Salles-Filho, S. L. M., Castro, P. F. D. D., Monteva, A., Charles Edquist, Ferro, A. F. P. & Corder, S. 2017 Sep 1 In : Energy Policy. 108, p. 70-77 8 p.

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  7. Feasibility of energy justice: Exploring national and local efforts for energy development in Nepal

    Mine Islar, Sara Brogaard & Lemberg-Pedersen, M. 2017 Jun In : Energy Policy. 105, p. 668-676

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  8. Comparing electricity transitions: A historical analysis of nuclear, wind and solar power in Germany and Japan

    Aleh Cherp, Vinichenko, V., Jewell, J., Suzuki, M. & Antal, M. 2017 Feb 1 In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 612-628 17 p.

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  9. The deployment of new energy technologies and the need for local learning

    Lena Neij, Heiskanen, E. & Lars Strupeit 2017 Feb 1 In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 274-283 10 p.

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  10. The Drivers of Long-run CO₂ emissions in Europe, North America and Japan since 1800

    Sofia Henriques & Borowiecki, K. 2017 Feb In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 537-549 13 p.

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  11. Germany's climate policy: Facing an automobile dilemma

    Stefan Gössling & Metzler, D. 2017 In : Energy Policy. 105, p. 418-428

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  12. The critical role of informed political direction for advancing technology: The case of Swedish marine energy

    Andersson, J., Eugenia Perez Vico, Hammar, L. & Sandén, B. A. 2017 In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 52-64 13 p.

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  13. 2016
  14. Spatial lifecycles of cleantech industries - The global development history of solar photovoltaics

    Christian Binz, Tang, T. & Huenteler, J. 2016 Jun 29 In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 386–402 17 p.

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  15. 2014
  16. Do tax incentives affect households' adoption of 'green' cars?: A panel study of the Stockholm congestion tax

    Mannberg, A., Johan Jansson, Pettersson, T., Brännlund, R. & Lindgren, U. 2014 In : Energy Policy. 74, p. 286-299 14 p.

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  17. The concept of energy security. Beyond the four As

    Aleh Cherp & Jewell, J. 2014 In : Energy Policy. 75, c, p. 415-421

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  18. 2013
  19. Building low carbon communities in China: The role of individual’s behaviour change and engagement

    Jiang, P., Chen, Y., Xu, B., Dong, W. & Erin Kennedy 2013 In : Energy Policy. 60, p. 611-620

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  20. Climate change and energy policy in Chile: Up in smoke?

    Luis Mundaca 2013 In : Energy Policy. 52, p. 235-248

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  21. Devising renewable heat policy: Overview of support options

    Connor, P., Buerger, V., Beurskens, L., Karin Ericsson & Egger, C. 2013 In : Energy Policy. 59, p. 3-16

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  22. Individual metering and charging of heat and hot water in Swedish housing cooperatives

    Siggelsten, S. & Stefan Olander 2013 In : Energy Policy. 61, p. 874-880

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  23. National emissions from tourism: an overlooked policy challenge?

    Stefan Gössling 2013 In : Energy Policy. 59, p. 433-442

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  24. The limited effect of EU emissions trading on corporate climate strategies: Comparison of a Swedish and a Norwegian pulp and paper company

    Gulbrandsen, L. H. & Stenqvist, C. 2013 In : Energy Policy. 56, p. 516-525

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  25. Too difficult to govern? An assessment of the governability of transport biofuels in the EU

    Di Lucia, L. 2013 In : Energy Policy. 63, p. 81-88

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  26. Walking away from a low-carbon economy? Recent and historical trends using a regional decomposition analysis

    Luis Mundaca, Markandya, A. & Norgaard, J. 2013 In : Energy Policy. 61, p. 1471-1480

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  27. 2012
  28. Defining energy security takes more than asking around

    Aleh Cherp 2012 In : Energy Policy. March 2012

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  29. Developing a module for estimating climate warming effects on hydropower pricing in California

    Guegan, M., Cintia Bertacchi Uvo & Madani, K. 2012 In : Energy Policy. 42, p. 261-271

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  30. Distributional effects of taxing transport fuel

    Sterner, T. 2012 In : Energy Policy. 41, p. 75-83

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  31. Offshore wind power in Sweden - A qualitative analysis of attitudes with particular focus on opponents

    Waldo, Å. 2012 In : Energy Policy. 41, 1, p. 692-702

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  32. 2011
  33. Green growth in the post-Copenhagen climate

    Sterner, T. & Damon, M. 2011 In : Energy Policy. 39, 11, p. 7165-7173

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  34. 2010
  35. Innovative regions and industrial clusters in hydrogen and fuel cell technology

    Anne Nygaard Madsen 2010 Oct 1 In : Energy Policy. 38, 10, p. 5372 5381 p.

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  36. Biomethane in the transport sector-An appraisal of the forgotten option

    Max Åhman 2010 In : Energy Policy. 38, 1, p. 208-217

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  37. Can road traffic mask sound from wind turbines? Response to wind turbine sound at different levels of road traffic sound.

    Eja Pedersen, van den Berg, F., Bakker, R. & Bouma, J. 2010 In : Energy Policy. 38, p. 2520-2527

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  38. CO2 emissions from the transport of China's exported goods

    Andersen, O., Stefan Gössling, Simonsen, M., Walnum, H. J., Peeters, P. & Neiberger, C. 2010 In : Energy Policy. 38, 10, p. 5790-5798

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  39. External governance and the EU policy for sustainable biofuels, the case of Mozambique

    Di Lucia, L. 2010 In : Energy Policy. 38, 11, p. 7395-7403

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  40. Renewable energy costs, potentials, barriers: Conceptual issues

    Verbruggen, A., Fischedick, M., Moomaw, W., Weir, T., Nadai, A., Lars J Nilsson, Nyboer, J. & Sathaye, J. 2010 In : Energy Policy. 38, 2, p. 850-861

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  41. 2009
  42. A multi-criteria evaluation framework for tradable white certificate schemes

    Luis Mundaca & Lena Neij 2009 In : Energy Policy. 37, 11, p. 4557-4573

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  43. The rise and fall of GO trading in European renewable energy policy: The role of advocacy and policy framing

    Nilsson, M., Lars J Nilsson & Karin Ericsson 2009 In : Energy Policy. 37, 11, p. 4454-4462

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  44. Will restrictions on CO2 emissions require reductions in transport demand?

    Bengt Johansson 2009 In : Energy Policy. 37, 8, p. 3212-3220

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  45. 2008
  46. European renewable energy policy at crossroads-Focus on electricity support mechanisms

    Fouquet, D. & Thomas B Johansson 2008 In : Energy Policy. 36, 11, p. 4079-4092

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  47. Relationships between oil price shocks and stock market: An empirical analysis from China

    Cong, R. 2008 In : Energy Policy. 36, 9, p. 3544-3553

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  48. The emerging liquid biofuel market in Argentina: Implications for domestic demand and international trade

    Lamers, P., Kes McCormick & Hilbert, J. A. 2008 In : Energy Policy. 36, 4, p. 1479-1490

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  49. 2007
  50. Biofuels for Transport in Europe: Lessons from Germany and the UK

    Bomb, C., Kes McCormick, Deurwaarder, E. & Kåberger, T. 2007 In : Energy Policy. 35, 4, p. 2256-2267

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  51. Energy efficiency in residences - Challenges for women and men in the North

    Carlsson-Kanyama, A. & Anna-Lisa Lindén 2007 In : Energy Policy. 35, 4, p. 2163-2172

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  52. Reining China's industrial energy - Challenges of promoting expedient measures in a Chinese actor environment

    Nordqvist, J. 2007 In : Energy Policy. 35, 6, p. 3270-3279

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