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Gilbert, Alexander, Sovacool, Benjamin K, Johnstone, Philip and Stirling, Andrew (2016) Cost overruns and financial risk in the construction of nuclear power reactors: a critical appraisal. Energy Policy. ISSN 0301-4215

Johnstone, Philip and Stirling, Andrew (2016) Submerged politics of UK nuclear power: is Trident renewal influencing UK energy policy? NGLI Spokesman.

Johnstone, Philip (2014) Will we ever be cooking Christmas turkeys from Hinkley C? Sussex Energy Group at SPRU [weblog article, November 20, 2014].

Johnstone, Phil (2014) [Review] George Gonzalez (2013) Energy and the politics of the North Atlantic. Environmental Values, 23 (5). pp. 615-635. ISSN 0963-2719

Johnstone, Philip (2014) Scottish independence debate shifts to energy issues, (again). Sussex Energy Group at SPRU [weblog article, 10 March 2014].

Johnstone, Philip (2014) European Commission critique of UK nuclear strategy – the potential for a Hinkley-shaped hole in UK energy infrastructure. Sussex Energy Group at SPRU [weblog article, 11 February 2014].

Johnstone, Philip (2014) Planning reform, rescaling, and the construction of the post-political: the case of the Planning Act and nuclear power consultation in the UK. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 32 (4). pp. 697-713. ISSN 0263-774X

Johnstone, Phil (2012) [Review] B. Braun and S. Whatmore (eds) (2010) Political matter: technoscience, democracy, and public life. Space and Polity, 16 (2). pp. 254-255. ISSN 1356-2576

Gill, Nick, Johnstone, Phil and Williams, Andrew (2012) Towards a geography of tolerance: post-politics and political forms of toleration. Political Geography, 31 (8). pp. 509-518. ISSN 0962-6298

Johnstone, Philip (2010) The nuclear power renaissance in the UK: democratic deficiencies within the 'consensus' on sustainability. Human Geography, 3 (2). pp. 91-104.

Book Section

Johnstone, Philip (2016) Delivering UK nuclear power in the context of European energy policy: the challenges ahead. In: Heffron, Raphael J and Little, Gavin F M (eds.) Delivering energy law and policy in the EU and the US : a reader. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 236-241. ISBN 9780748696796

Reports and working papers

Cox, Emily, Johnstone, Phil and Stirling, Andrew (2016) Understanding the intensity of UK policy commitments to nuclear power: the role of perceived imperatives to maintain military nuclear submarine capabilities. Working Paper. SPRU Working Paper Series (SWPS 2016-16), Brighton.

MacKerron, Gordon and Johnstone, Philip (2016) Evidence submitted to the Welsh Affairs Committee inquiry on the future of nuclear power in Wales. Technical Report. House of Commons, London.

Johnstone, Philip and Stirling, Andrew (2015) Comparing nuclear power trajectories in Germany and the UK: from ‘regimes' to ‘democracies’ in sociotechnical transitions and Discontinuities. Working Paper. SPRU, Brighton.


Johnstone, Philip and Stirling, Andrew (2015) Why Germany is dumping nuclear power – and Britain isn’t. The Conversation.

Johnstone, Philip and Stirling, Andrew (2015) Shining a light on Britain’s nuclear state. The Guardian.

Johnstone, Philip and MacKerron, Gordon (2015) Small modular reactors – the future of nuclear power? Sussex Energy Group.

Johnstone, Philip, Gross, Matthew, MacKerron, Gordon, Kern, Florian and Stirling, Andrew (2013) Response to the DECC Consultation of the siting process for a Geological Disposal Facility, 2013. SPRU.

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