Rob Byrne
Rob Byrne
Senior Lecturer, University of Sussex, SPRU, STEPS Centre, Climate Strategies
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Beyond technology and finance: pay-as-you-go sustainable energy access and theories of social change
P Rolffs, D Ockwell, R Byrne
Environment and Planning A 47 (12), 2609-2627, 2015
Sustainable Energy for All: Innovation, technology and pro-poor green transformations
D Ockwell, R Byrne
Routledge, 2016
Energy pathways in low carbon development: from technology transfer to socio-technical transformation
R Byrne, A Smith, J Watson, D Ockwell
STEPS Working Paper, 2011
Improving technology transfer through national systems of innovation: climate relevant innovation-system builders (CRIBs)
D Ockwell, R Byrne
Climate Policy 16 (7), 836-854, 2016
Learning drivers: rural electrification regime building in Kenya and Tanzania
RP Byrne
University of Sussex, 2011
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
The uptake and diffusion of solar power in Africa: Socio-cultural and political insights on a rapidly emerging socio-technical transition
D Ockwell, R Byrne, UE Hansen, J Haselip, I Nygaard
Energy Research & Social Science 44, 122-129, 2018
Eskom and the rise of renewables: Regime-resistance, crisis and the strategy of incumbency in South Africa's electricity system
MB Ting, R Byrne
Energy Research & Social Science 60, 101333, 2020
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, MM Jones, F Tsang, J Opazo, C Fry, S Castle-Clarke, ...
Collaboration for Environmental Evidence, 2012
Science Granting Councils in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and tensions
J Chataway, C Dobson, C Daniels, R Byrne, R Hanlin, A Tigabu
Science and Public Policy 46 (4), 620-631, 2019
A political economy of niche-building: Neoliberal-developmental encounters in photovoltaic electrification in Kenya
R Byrne, K Mbeva, D Ockwell
Energy Research & Social Science 44, 6-16, 2018
Can Pay-As-You-Go, digitally enabled business models support sustainability transformations in developing countries? Outstanding questions and a theoretical basis for future …
D Ockwell, J Atela, K Mbeva, V Chengo, R Byrne, R Durrant, ...
Sustainability 11 (7), 2105, 2019
Sustainable energy for whom? Governing pro-poor, low carbon pathways to development: Lessons from solar PV in Kenya
R Byrne, D Ockwell, K Urama, N Ozor, E Kirumba, A Ely, S Becker, ...
Energy Pathways in Low Carbon Development: The Need to Go beyond Technology Transfer
R Byrne, A Smith, J Watson, D Ockwell
Low-carbon Technology Transfer: From Rhetoric to Reality, 123-142, 2012
Financing Sustainable Energy for All: Pay-as-you-go vs. traditional solar finance approaches in Kenya
P Rolffs, R Byrne, D Ockwell
UK-China collaborative study on low carbon technology transfer
J Watson, R Byrne, A Mallett, M Stua, D Ockwell, Z Xiliang, Z Da, ...
Brighton: University of Sussex & Tsinghua University, 2011
Structured Collaboration Across a Transformative Knowledge Network—Learning Across Disciplines, Cultures and Contexts?
A Ely, A Marin, L Charli-Joseph, D Abrol, M Apgar, J Atela, B Ayre, ...
Sustainability 12 (6), 2499, 2020
Sustainable energy for all or sustainable energy for men? Gender and the construction of identity within climate technology entrepreneurship in Kenya
M Marshall, D Ockwell, R Byrne
Progress in Development Studies 17 (2), 148-172, 2017
Case Studies of the Political Economy of Science Granting Councils in Sub-Saharan Africa
J Chataway, C Ochieng, R Byrne, C Daniels, C Dobson, R Hanlin, ..., 2017
Innovation systems in developing countries
R Byrne, K Schoots, J Watson, D Ockwell, H de Coninck, KS Gallagher, ...
Climate Strategies Policy Brief in Climate Technology and Development …, 2012
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