Max Lacey-Barnacle
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Community energy: Entanglements of community, state, and private sector
E Creamer, W Eadson, B van Veelen, A Pinker, M Tingey, ...
Geography compass 12 (7), e12378, 2018
Energy justice in the developing world: a review of theoretical frameworks, key research themes and policy implications
M Lacey-Barnacle, R Robison, C Foulds
Energy for Sustainable Development 55, 122-138, 2020
New dimensions of vulnerability to energy and transport poverty
M Martiskainen, BK Sovacool, M Lacey-Barnacle, D Hopkins, ...
Joule 5 (1), 3-7, 2021
Identifying double energy vulnerability: A systematic and narrative review of groups at-risk of energy and transport poverty in the global north
N Simcock, KEH Jenkins, M Lacey-Barnacle, M Martiskainen, G Mattioli, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 82, 102351, 2021
Proximities of energy justice: contesting community energy and austerity in England
M Lacey-Barnacle
Energy Research & Social Science 69, 101713, 2020
Intermediating energy justice? The role of intermediaries in the civic energy sector in a time of austerity
M Lacey-Barnacle, CM Bird
Applied energy 226, 71-81, 2018
Towards improved solar energy justice: Exploring the complex inequities of household adoption of photovoltaic panels
BK Sovacool, ML Barnacle, A Smith, MC Brisbois
Energy Policy 164, 112868, 2022
A spatial whole systems justice approach to sustainability transitions
M Martiskainen, KEH Jenkins, S Bouzarovski, D Hopkins, G Mattioli, ...
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 41, 110-112, 2021
Vulnerability to fuel and transport poverty
N Simcock, K Jenkins, G Mattioli, M Lacey-Barnacle, S Bouzarovski, ...
Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions: Oxford, UK, 2020
Inclusive innovation in just transitions: the case of smart local energy systems in the UK
A Smith, GAT Contreras, MC Brisbois, M Lacey-Barnacle, BK Sovacool
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 47, 100719, 2023
The Green New Deal: historical insights and local prospects in the United Kingdom (UK)
D Brown, MC Brisbois, M Lacey-Barnacle, T Foxon, C Copeland, ...
Ecological Economics 205, 107696, 2023
Energy Justice: a Social Sciences and Humanities Cross-Cutting Theme Report
S Ramazan, E Voyvoda, M Lacey-Barnacle, E Karababa, C Topal, ...
Cambridge: SHAPE ENERGY, 2017
Community wealth building in an age of just transitions: Exploring civil society approaches to net zero and future research synergies
M Lacey-Barnacle, A Smith, TJ Foxon
Energy Policy 172, 113277, 2023
Eating, heating or taking the bus? Lived experiences at the intersection of energy and transport poverty
M Martiskainen, D Hopkins, GAT Contreras, KEH Jenkins, G Mattioli, ...
Global Environmental Change 82, 102728, 2023
Exploring local energy justice in times of austerity: Civic energy sector low-carbon transitions in Bristol city
M Lacey-Barnacle
Cardiff University, 2019
Energy justice in the developing world: a review of theoretical frameworks, key research themes and policy implications. Energy Sustain Dev 2020; 55: 122–38
M Lacey-Barnacle, R Robison, C Foulds
Residents Against Dirty Energy: using energy justice to understand the role of local activism in shaping low-carbon transitions
M Lacey-Barnacle
Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 1-22, 2022
The role of ownership and governance in democratizing energy: comparing public, private, and civil society initiatives in England
M Lacey-Barnacle, J Nicholls
Energy Democracies for Sustainable Futures, 131 - 141, 2022
Correlating maintenance, energy efficiency and fuel poverty for traditional buildings in the UK
C Whitman, OEC Prizeman, M Lacey-Barnacle
WSA Working Papers, 2016
Energy Justice: A Social Sciences and Humanities Cross-cutting Theme Report
Topal, E Voyvoda, E Karababa, M Lacey-barnacle
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