Mark Winskel
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The dynamics of solar PV costs and prices as a challenge for technology forecasting
C Candelise, M Winskel, RJK Gross
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 26, 96-107, 2013
Implications for CdTe and CIGS technologies production costs of indium and tellurium scarcity
C Candelise, M Winskel, R Gross
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 20 (6), 816-831, 2012
Energy 2050: Making the transition to a secure low-carbon energy system
J Skea, P Ekins, M Winskel
Routledge, 2012
Organisation and governance of urban energy systems: district heating and cooling in the UK
D Hawkey, J Webb, M Winskel
Journal of Cleaner Production 50, 22-31, 2013
When Systems are Overthrown: TheDash for Gas' in the British Electricity Supply Industry
M Winskel
Social Studies of Science 32 (4), 563-598, 2002
Innovation and cost reduction for marine renewable energy: A learning investment sensitivity analysis
A MacGillivray, H Jeffrey, M Winskel, I Bryden
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 87, 108-124, 2014
Learning pathways for energy supply technologies: Bridging between innovation studies and learning rates
M Winskel, N Markusson, H Jeffrey, C Candelise, G Dutton, P Howarth, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 96-114, 2014
Accelerating the development of marine energy: Exploring the prospects, benefits and challenges
H Jeffrey, B Jay, M Winskel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 (7), 1306-1316, 2013
Energy policy and institutional context: marine energy innovation systems
M Winskel, A McLeod, R Wallace, R Williams
Science and Public Policy 33 (5), 365-376, 2006
Household investment in home energy retrofit: A review of the evidence on effective public policy design for privately owned homes
N Kerr, M Winskel
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 123, 109778, 2020
The impact of uncertainties on the UK's medium-term climate change targets
J Watson, R Gross, I Ketsopoulou, M Winskel
Energy Policy 87, 685-695, 2015
The rise of accelerated energy innovation and its implications for sustainable innovation studies: A UK perspective
M Winskel, J Radcliffe
Science & Technology Studies 27 (1), 8-33, 2014
Autonomy's end: Nuclear power and the privatization of the British Electricity Supply Industry
M Winskel
Social Studies of Science 32 (3), 439-467, 2002
When experts disagree: Using the Policy Delphi method to analyse divergent expert expectations and preferences on UK energy futures
M Kattirtzi, M Winskel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 153, 119924, 2020
Incorporating ecosystem services into the design of future energy systems
RA Holland, N Beaumont, T Hooper, M Austen, RJK Gross, PJ Heptonstall, ...
Applied Energy 222, 812-822, 2018
Beyond the disruption narrative: Varieties and ambiguities of energy system change
M Winskel
Energy Research & Social Science 37, 232-237, 2018
Transitions, disruptions and revolutions: Expert views on prospects for a smart and local energy revolution in the UK
M Winskel, M Kattirtzi
Energy Policy 147, 111815, 2020
Remaking the UK's energy technology innovation system: From the margins to the mainstream
M Winskel, J Radcliffe, J Skea, X Wang
Energy Policy 68, 591-602, 2014
Decarbonising the UK energy system: accelerated development of low carbon energy supply technologies
M Winskel, N Markusson, B Moran, H Jeffrey, G Anandarajah, N Hughes, ...
UK Energy Research Centre, 2009
The pursuit of interdisciplinary whole systems energy research: Insights from the UK Energy Research Centre
M Winskel
Energy Research & Social Science 37, 74-84, 2018
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