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Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg
Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg
Research Professor, Fridtjof Nansen Institute
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Climate Change Adaptation and Development: Transforming Paradigms and Practices
TH Inderberg, K O’Brien, S Eriksen, L Sygna
Routledge, 2015
142*2015
Is there a Prosumer Pathway? Exploring household solar energy development in Germany, Norway, and the United Kingdom
THJ Inderberg, K Tews, B Turner
Energy Research & Social Science 42, 258-269, 2018
1392018
Energy system transformation and long-term interest constellations in Denmark: can agency beat structure?
PO Eikeland, THJ Inderberg
Energy Research & Social Science 11, 164-173, 2016
782016
Climate change and development: adaptation through transformation
K O'Brien, S Eriksen, TH Inderberg, L Sygna
Climate Change Adaptation and Development, 273-289, 2014
712014
Who influences windpower licensing decisions in Norway? Formal requirements and informal practices
THJ Inderberg, H Rognstad, IL Saglie, LH Gulbrandsen
Energy Research & Social Science 52, 181-191, 2019
702019
Limits to adaptation: analysing institutional constraints
TH Inderberg, PO Eikeland
Adapting to climate change: Thresholds, values, governance, 433-447, 2009
652009
Energy cultures and national decarbonisation pathways
JR Stephenson, BK Sovacool, THJ Inderberg
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 137, 110592, 2021
572021
What shapes municipalities’ perceptions of fairness in windpower developments?
IL Saglie, TH Inderberg, H Rognstad
Local Environment 25 (2), 147-161, 2020
532020
Institutional constraints to adaptive capacity: adaptability to climate change in the Norwegian electricity sector
T Håkon Inderberg
Local Environment 16 (4), 303-317, 2011
502011
Is political steering gone with the wind? Administrative power and wind energy licensing practices in Norway
LH Gulbrandsen, THJ Inderberg, T Jevnaker
Energy Research & Social Science 74, 101963, 2021
442021
The dynamics of solar prosuming: Exploring interconnections between actor groups in Norway
THJ Inderberg, H Sæle, H Westskog, T Winther
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101816, 2020
292020
Advanced metering policy development and influence structures: The case of Norway
TH Inderberg
Energy Policy 81, 98-105, 2015
282015
Shockingly cold and electricity-dependent in a rich context: Energy poor households in Norway
TL Bredvold, THJ Inderberg
Energy Research & Social Science 91, 102745, 2022
232022
Idealism, pragmatism, and the power of compromise in the negotiation of New Zealand’s Zero Carbon Act
I Bailey, O Fitch-Roy, THJ Inderberg, D Benson
Climate Policy 21 (9), 1159-1174, 2021
232021
What influences windpower decisions? A statistical analysis of licensing in Norway
THJ Inderberg, OM Theisen, KH Flåm
Journal of Cleaner Production 273, 122860, 2020
232020
Carbon capture and storage in the UK and Germany: easier task, stronger commitment?
TH Inderberg, J Wettestad
Environmental Politics 24 (6), 1014-1033, 2015
212015
Designing New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme
THJ Inderberg, I Bailey, N Harmer
Global Environmental Politics 17 (3), 31-50, 2017
202017
Norway and the 2005 Elektron Affair: Conflict of Competencies and Competent Realpolitik
G Fermann, TH Inderberg
War: An Introduction to Theories and Research on Collective Violence, 373-402, 2015
202015
Adaptation to climate change among electricity distribution companies in Norway and Sweden: lessons from the field
TH Inderberg, LA Løchen
Local Environment 17 (6-7), 663-678, 2012
192012
New Zealand and climate change: what are the stakes and what can New Zealand do?
I Bailey, THJ Inderberg
Policy Quarterly 12 (3), 3-12, 2016
182016
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