Jim Watson
Jim Watson
Professor of Energy Policy, UCL Institute for Sustainable
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Strategies for the deployment of micro-generation: Implications for social acceptance
R Sauter, J Watson
Energy Policy 35 (5), 2770-2779, 2007
Key policy considerations for facilitating low carbon technology transfer to developing countries
DG Ockwell, J Watson, G MacKerron, P Pal, F Yamin
Energy Policy 36 (11), 4104-4115, 2008
Who owns China’s carbon emissions
T Wang, J Watson
Tyndall Centre Briefing Note, 2007
Intellectual property rights and low carbon technology transfer: Conflicting discourses of diffusion and development
DG Ockwell, R Haum, A Mallett, J Watson
Global Environmental Change 20 (4), 729-738, 2010
Scenario analysis of China's emissions pathways in the 21st century for low carbon transition
T Wang, J Watson
Energy Policy 38 (7), 3537-3546, 2010
Co-provision in sustainable energy systems: the case of micro-generation
J Watson
Energy Policy 32 (17), 1981-1990, 2004
UK Energy Policy 1980-2010: A History and Lessons to be Learnt: a Review to Mark 30 Years of the Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies
P Pearson, J Watson
Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies, 2012
Unlocking the Power House: Policy and system change for domestic micro-generation in the UK
J Watson, R Sauter, AS Bahaj, PAB James, LE Myers, R Wing
Science Policy Research Unit, 2006
A socio-technical framework for assessing the viability of carbon capture and storage technology
N Markusson, F Kern, J Watson, S Arapostathis, H Chalmers, N Ghaleigh, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79 (5), 903-918, 2012
Technological capabilities and late shakeouts: industrial dynamics in the advanced gas turbine industry, 1987–2002
A Bergek, F Tell, C Berggren, J Watson
Industrial and Corporate Change 17 (2), 335-392, 2008
Domestic micro-generation: Economic, regulatory and policy issues for the UK
J Watson, R Sauter, B Bahaj, P James, L Myers, R Wing
Energy Policy 36 (8), 3095-3106, 2008
China's carbon emissions and international trade: implications for post-2012 policy
T Wang, J Watson
Climate policy 8 (6), 577-587, 2008
Selection environments, flexibility and the success of the gas turbine
J Watson
Research Policy 33 (8), 1065-1080, 2004
Energy pathways in low-carbon development: from technology transfer to socio-technical transformation
R Byrne, A Smith, J Watson, D Ockwell
STEPS Working Paper 46, 2011
China's energy transition: pathways for low carbon development
T Wang, J Watson
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, 2009
Policy incentives for carbon capture and storage technologies in Europe: A qualitative multi-criteria analysis
C von Stechow, J Watson, B Praetorius
Global Environmental Change 21 (2), 346-357, 2011
From CoPS to mass production? Capabilities and innovation in power generation equipment manufacturing
T Magnusson, F Tell, J Watson
Industrial and Corporate Change 14 (1), 1-26, 2005
Electricity network scenarios for Great Britain in 2050
G Ault, D Frame, N Hughes, N Strachan
Final Report for Ofgem’s LENS project (Ref. No. 157a/08), London: Ofgem, 2008
Lessons from China: building technological capabilities for low carbon technology transfer and development
J Watson, R Byrne, D Ockwell, M Stua
Climatic Change 131 (3), 387-399, 2015
What are the major barriers to increased use of modern energy services among the world’s poorest people and are interventions to overcome these effective
J Watson, R Byrne, M Morgan Jones, F Tsang, J Opazo, C Fry, ...
CEE Review 11, 2012
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