Christoph Mazur
Christoph Mazur
Researcher at Grantham Institute for Climate Change at Imperial College London
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Assessing and comparing German and UK transition policies for electric mobility
C Mazur, M Contestabile, GJ Offer, NP Brandon
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 14, 84-100, 2015
A holistic resilience framework development for rural power systems in emerging economies
C Mazur, Y Hoegerle, M Brucoli, K van Dam, M Guo, CN Markides, ...
Applied Energy 235, 219-232, 2019
Comparing the effects of vehicle automation, policy-making and changed user preferences on the uptake of electric cars and emissions from transport
C Mazur, GJ Offer, M Contestabile, NB Brandon
Sustainability 10 (3), 676, 2018
Prioritising business model innovation: What needs to change in the United Kingdom energy system to grow low carbon entrepreneurship?
S Hall, C Mazur, J Hardy, M Workman, M Powell
Energy Research & Social Science 60, 101317, 2020
Matching consumer segments to innovative utility business models
S Hall, J Anable, J Hardy, M Workman, C Mazur, Y Matthews
Nature Energy, 2021
Technology is not a barrier: a survey of energy system technologies required for innovative electricity business models driving the low carbon energy revolution
C Mazur, S Hall, J Hardy, M Workman
Energies 12 (3), 428, 2019
Understanding the drivers of fleet emission reduction activities of the German car manufacturers
C Mazur, M Contestabile, GJ Offer, NP Brandon
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 16, 3-21, 2015
Doing business model innovation for sustainability transitions—Bringing in strategic foresight and human centred design
S Hall, M Workman, J Hardy, C Mazur, J Anable, M Powell, SM Wagner
Energy Research & Social Science 90, 102685, 2022
Going smart, staying confused: Perceptions and use of smart thermostats in British homes
LM Miu, CM Mazur, KH van Dam, RSC Lambert, A Hawkes, N Shah
Energy Research & Social Science 57, 101228, 2019
A simple assessment of housing retrofit policies for the UK: What should succeed the energy company obligation?
LM Miu, N Wisniewska, C Mazur, J Hardy, A Hawkes
Energies 11 (8), 2070, 2018
Halving global CO2 by 2050: technologies and costs
N Shah, L Vallejo, T Cockerill, A Gambhir, A Heyes, T Hills, M Jennings, ...
Imperial College London, Executive Report. 28p. Retrieved from the World …, 2013
A survey of key technological innovations for the low-carbon economy
T Napp, T Hills, SM Soltani, J Bosch, C Mazur
Innovative energy business models appeal to specific consumer groups but may exacerbate existing inequalities for the disengaged
S Hall, J Anable, J Hardy, M Workman, C Mazur, Y Matthews
Nature Energy 6 (4), 337-338, 2021
Understanding the automotive industry: German OEM behaviour during the last 20 years and its implications
C Mazur, M Contestabile, GJ Offer, NP Brandon
Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS27), 2013 World, 2013
Impact of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and charging regimes on power generation costs and emissions in Germany
C Mazur, R Madlener
FCN Working Papers, 2010
Halving global CO2 emissions by 2050: technologies and costs
L Vallejo, C Mazur, A Strapasson, T Cockerill, A Gambhir, T Hills, ...
International Energy Journal 21 (1), 147-158, 2021
Enabling conditions for consumer-centric business models in the united kingdom energy market
J Hardy, C Mazur
Frontiers in Energy Research 8, 528415, 2020
Comparing electric mobility policies to transition science: Transition management already in action?
C Mazur, M Contestable, G Offer, N Brandon
2012 IEEE Third International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies …, 2012
Exploring strategic responses of the automotive industry during the transition to electric mobility: a system dynamics approach
C Mazur, M Contestabile, GJ Offer, NP Brandon
The 31st International Conference of the System Dynamics Society Cambridge …, 2013
Assessing transition policies for the diffusion of electric vehicles
C Mazur
Imperial College London, 2015
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