Francis G. N. Li
Francis G. N. Li
Senior Research Fellow, UCL Energy Institute
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Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for heating: A review
PE Dodds, I Staffell, AD Hawkes, F Li, P Grünewald, W McDowall, P Ekins
International journal of hydrogen energy 40 (5), 2065-2083, 2015
4822015
Formalizing best practice for energy system optimization modelling
J DeCarolis, H Daly, P Dodds, I Keppo, F Li, W McDowall, S Pye, ...
Applied energy 194, 184-198, 2017
1912017
A review of socio-technical energy transition (STET) models
FGN Li, E Trutnevyte, N Strachan
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 100, 290-305, 2015
1612015
Solid-wall U-values: heat flux measurements compared with standard assumptions
FGN Li, AZP Smith, P Biddulph, IG Hamilton, R Lowe, A Mavrogianni, ...
Building Research & Information 43 (2), 238-252, 2015
1122015
Achieving net-zero emissions through the reframing of UK national targets in the post-Paris Agreement era
S Pye, FGN Li, J Price, B Fais
Nature Energy 2 (3), 1-7, 2017
912017
A review of approaches to uncertainty assessment in energy system optimization models
X Yue, S Pye, J DeCarolis, FGN Li, F Rogan, BÓ Gallachóir
Energy strategy reviews 21, 204-217, 2018
692018
Modelling energy transitions for climate targets under landscape and actor inertia
FGN Li, N Strachan
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 24, 106-129, 2017
532017
Actors behaving badly: Exploring the modelling of non-optimal behaviour in energy transitions
FGN Li
Energy Strategy Reviews 15, 57-71, 2017
522017
Uncertainty, politics, and technology: Expert perceptions on energy transitions in the United Kingdom
FGN Li, S Pye
Energy research & social science 37, 122-132, 2018
462018
Investment appraisal of cost-optimal and near-optimal pathways for the UK electricity sector transition to 2050
FGN Li, E Trutnevyte
Applied energy 189, 89-109, 2017
452017
Assessing qualitative and quantitative dimensions of uncertainty in energy modelling for policy support in the United Kingdom
S Pye, FGN Li, A Petersen, O Broad, W McDowall, J Price, W Usher
Energy research & social science 46, 332-344, 2018
342018
The role of hydrogen and fuel cells in providing affordable, secure low-carbon heat
PE Dodds, P Ekins, A Hawkes, F Li, I Staffell, W McDowall, P Grünewald, ...
342014
Large hydropower, decarbonisation and climate change uncertainty: Modelling power sector pathways for Ecuador
PE Carvajal, FGN Li, R Soria, J Cronin, G Anandarajah, Y Mulugetta
Energy Strategy Reviews 23, 86-99, 2019
332019
Regional winners and losers in future UK energy system transitions
FGN Li, S Pye, N Strachan
Energy Strategy Reviews 13, 11-31, 2016
322016
Take me to your leader: Using socio-technical energy transitions (STET) modelling to explore the role of actors in decarbonisation pathways
FGN Li, N Strachan
Energy Research & Social Science 51, 67-81, 2019
272019
PATHWAYS TO DEEP DECARBONIZATION
S Pye, FGN Li
242017
Sizing of district heating systems based on smart meter data: Quantifying the aggregated domestic energy demand and demand diversity in the UK
Z Wang, J Crawley, FGN Li, R Lowe
Energy 193, 116780, 2020
182020
Exploring the macro-scale CO2 mitigation potential of photovoltaics and wind energy in Europe's energy transition
A Usubiaga, J Acosta-Fernández, W McDowall, FGN Li
Energy Policy 104, 203-213, 2017
182017
Prospects for energy economy modelling with big data: Hype, eliminating blind spots, or revolutionising the state of the art?
FGN Li, C Bataille, S Pye, A O'Sullivan
Applied Energy 239, 991-1002, 2019
162019
Spatially explicit techno-economic optimisation modelling of UK heating futures
FGN Li
UCL (University College London), 2013
132013
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