A selection of the Lab members’ publications:

Staffell I, and Green, R. (2015) ‘Is there still the merit order stack? The impact of dynamic constraints on optimal plant mix’, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Pages: 1-11.

Shaw, I. and Ozaki, R., ‘Emergent practices of an environmental standard’, accepted to be published inScience, Technology, and Human Values.

Green, R. Staffell, I. and Vasilakos, N. (2014) ‘Divide and conquer? k-means clustering of demand data allows rapid and accurate simulations of the British electricity system’, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 61, 251-260.

Staffell, I. and Green, R. (2014) ‘How does wind farm performance decline with age?’, Renewable Energy, 66, 775-786

Staffell, I. and Green R. (2013) The cost of domestic fuel cell micro-CHP systems, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38,1088-1102.

Ozaki, R. and Shaw, I. (2014) ‘Entangled practices: governance, sustainable technologies, and energy consumption’, Sociology, 48(3), 590-605.

Ozaki, R., Shaw, I. and Dodgson, M. (2013) ‘The co-production of “sustainability”: negotiated practices and the Prius’, Science, Technology and Human Values, to be published in Volume 38(4), 518-541.

Ozaki, R., Shaw, I. and Dodgson, M. (2013), ‘The negotiated consumption of sustainability’, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 29(2), 194-202.

Ozaki, R. and Shaw, I. (2013) ‘Close encounters of the third kind: social housing tenants and new technologies for sustainability’, Environment & Planning A,45(2), 238-243 .

Shaw, I. and Ozaki, R., (2012) ‘Energy provision and housing development: re-thinking professional and technological relations’, Energy Policy, 60, 427-430.

Parikh, P., Chaturvedi, S. and George, G. (2012) ‘Empowering change: The effects of energy provision on individual aspirations in slum communities’, Energy Policy, 50, 477-485.

Martin, R. Muuls, M., de Preux, L. B. & Wagner, U. J. (2012) ‘Anatomy of a paradox: Management practices, organizational structure and energy efficiency’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 63, 208-223.

Schillebeeckx, S. J. D., Parikh, P., Bansal, R. and George, G. (2012) ‘An integrated framework for rural electrification: Adopting a user-centric approach to business model development’, Energy Policy, 48, 687-697.

Green, R.J. (2012) ‘How Denmark manages its wind power’, IAEE Energy Forum, 21, 9-11.

Green, R. and Yatchew, A. (2012), ‘Support schemes for renewable energy: An economic analysis’, Economics of Energy and environmental Policy, 1, 83-98.

Green, R. J. and Vasilakos, N. (2012) ‘Storing wind for a rainy day: What kind of electricity does Denmark export?’, Energy Journal, 33, 1-22.

Green, R. (2012) ‘The future of electricity demand: Customers, citizens and loads’, Energy Journal, 33, 219-222.

Green, R. J. (2012) ‘Welfare analysis of offshore wind by Julian Silk: A comment’, IAEE Energy Forum, 21, 27-29

Green, R, Hu H, Vasilakos N, (2011) ‘Turning the wind into hydrogen: The long-run impact on electricity prices and generating capacity’, Energy Policy, 39, 3992-3998.

Green, R. and Vasilakos, N. (2011) ‘The economics of offshore wind’, Energy Policy, 39, 496-502. (doi)

Hu, H. and Green, R. (2011) ‘Making markets for hydrogen vehicles: Lessons from LPG’, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36, 6399-6406. (doi)

Green, R, Hu, H. and Vasilakos, N. (2011) ‘Turning the wind into hydrogen: The long-run impact on electricity prices and generating capacity’, Energy Policy, 39, 3992-3998. (doi)

Ozaki, R. and Sevastyanova, K. (2011), ‘Going hybrid: An analysis of consumer purchase motivations’, Energy Policy, 39, 2217-2227.

Ozaki, R. (2011), ‘Green electricity tariffs: Why do consumers adopt?’, European Business Review, March-April 2011, 10-13.

Ozaki, R. (2011), ‘Adopting sustainable innovation: what makes consumers sigh up to green electricity?’, Business Strategy and the Environment, 20(1), 1-17.

Green, R., Hobbs, B., Oren, S., et al. (2010) ‘Policymaking benefits and limitations from using financial methods and modelling in electricity markets’, Energy Economics, 32, 49-750.(doi)

Green, R. (2010) ‘Are the British electricity trading and transmission arrangements future-proof?’, Utilities Policy, 18, 186-194. (doi)

Green, R. and Vasilakos N. (2010) ‘Market behaviour with large amounts of intermittent generation’, Energy Policy transfer as a way to catch-up? Analysing the wind energy sectors in Denmark and India’, Industry and Innovation, 15, 297 – 320.

Green, R. (2007) ‘Nodal pricing of electricity: how much does it cost to get it wrong?, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 31, 125-149. (doi)

Ault, G. W., Elders I. M. and Green R.J. (2007) ‘Transmission use of system charges under future GB power system scenarios’, IEEE T Power System, 22, 1523-1531.