Ronan Bolton
Ronan Bolton
Reader in Science Technology and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh
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Governing sustainability transitions through business model innovation: Towards a systems understanding
R Bolton, M Hannon
Research Policy 45 (9), 1731-1742, 2016
1942016
Infrastructure transformation as a socio-technical process—Implications for the governance of energy distribution networks in the UK
R Bolton, TJ Foxon
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 90, 538-550, 2015
1692015
Financing the civic energy sector: How financial institutions affect ownership models in Germany and the United Kingdom
S Hall, TJ Foxon, R Bolton
Energy Research & Social Science 12, 5-15, 2016
1342016
A socio-technical perspective on low carbon investment challenges–insights for UK energy policy
R Bolton, TJ Foxon
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 14, 165-181, 2015
1012015
Investing in low-carbon transitions: energy finance as an adaptive market
S Hall, TJ Foxon, R Bolton
Climate Policy 17 (3), 280-298, 2017
852017
UK Local Authority engagement with the Energy Service Company (ESCo) model: key characteristics, benefits, limitations and considerations
M Hannon, R Bolton
Energy Policy, 2014
852014
Pathways for energy storage in the UK
P Taylor, R Bolton, D Stone, XP Zhang, C Martin, P Upham
Report for the centre for low carbon futures, York, 2012
712012
Developing pathways for energy storage in the UK using a coevolutionary framework
PG Taylor, R Bolton, D Stone, P Upham
Energy Policy 63, 230-243, 2013
692013
Urban infrastructure dynamics: market regulation and the shaping of district energy in UK cities
R Bolton, TJ Foxon
Environment and Planning A 45 (9), 2194-2211, 2013
562013
Governing infrastructure networks for a low carbon economy: co-evolution of technologies and institutions in UK electricity distribution networks
R Bolton, TJ Foxon
Competition and Regulation in Network Industries 12 (1), 2-26, 2011
482011
Energy transitions and uncertainty: Creating low carbon investment opportunities in the UK electricity sector
R Bolton, TJ Foxon, S Hall
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (8), 1387-1403, 2016
382016
Negotiating the energy policy ‘trilemma’–an analysis of UK energy governance from a socio-technical systems perspective
R Bolton, T Foxon
Theorising Governance Change for a Sustainable Economy, 2013
302013
Socio-Technical Transitions and Infrastructure Networks: the cases of electricity and heat distribution in the UK
RPG Bolton
University of Leeds, 2011
182011
Berlin’s electricity distribution grid: An urban energy transition in a national regulatory context
N Rocholl, R Bolton
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 28 (10), 1182-1194, 2016
162016
Supply chains and energy security in a low carbon transition
R Hoggett, R Bolton, C Candelise, F Kern, C Mitchell, J Yan
Applied Energy, 292-295, 2014
152014
Infrastructure, investment and the low carbon transition
R Bolton, A Hawkes
New Challenges in Energy Security, 137-160, 2013
122013
The New Civic Energy Sector: implications for ownership, governance and financing of low carbon energy infrastructure
S Hall, TJ Foxon, R Bolton
BIEE 10th Academic Conference, St John’s College, Oxford, 2014
112014
Governing Infrastructure Networks for a Low Carbon Economy: the case of the smart grid in the UK
R Bolton, TJ Foxon
Third Annual Conference on Competition and Regulation in Network Industries†…, 2010
112010
Grand visions and pragmatic integration: Exploring the evolution of Europe’s electricity regime
R Bolton, V Lagendijk, A Silvast
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 32, 55-68, 2019
52019
Crossing borders: Social sciences and humanities perspectives on European energy systems integration
A Silvast, R Bolton, V Lagendijk, K Szulecki
Advancing Energy Policy, 97-110, 2018
52018
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