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Nolden, Colin and Sorrell, Steven (2016) The UK market for energy service contracts in 2014–2015. Energy Efficiency, 9 (6). pp. 1405-1420. ISSN 1570-646X

Nolden, Colin, Sorrell, Steven and Polzin, Friedemann (2016) Catalysing the energy service market: the role of intermediaries. Energy Policy, 98. pp. 420-430. ISSN 0301-4215

Nolden, Colin (2013) Governing community energy: feed-in tariffs and the development of community wind energy schemes in the United Kingdom and Germany. Energy Policy, 63. pp. 543-552. ISSN 0301-4215

Nolden, Colin (2013) [Review] Elena Cavagnaro, George Curiel (2011) The three levels of sustainability. Environmental Values, 22 (3). pp. 415-436. ISSN 0963-2719

Nolden, C (2012) The governance of innovation diffusion – a socio-technical analysis of energy policy. EPJ Web of Conferences, 33 (01012). pp. 1-8.

Reports and working papers

Nolden, Colin, Sorrell, Steve and Polzin, Friedemann (2015) Innovative procurement frameworks for energy performance contracting in the UK public sector. Working Paper. SPRU - Science Policy Research Unit, Brighton, UK.

Polzin, Friedemann, von Flotow, Paschen and Nolden, Colin (2015) Exploring the role of servitization to overcome barriers for innovative energy efficiency technologies – the case of public LED street lighting in German municipalities. Working Paper. SPRU, Brighton.

Conference or Workshop Item

Nolden, Colin, Martiskainen, Mari and Fox, Nicolette (2015) The emergence of 'pro-savers': communities as places for doing things differently. In: Our Common Future Under Climate Change. International Scientific Conference, 07-10 Jul 2015, Paris, France.

Martiskainen, Mari and Nolden, Colin (2015) ‘Pro-savers’: the role of community in energy demand reduction. In: ECEEE Summer Study Proceedings (1-6 June 2015), 1-6 June 2015, Club Belambra Les Criques, Presqu’île de Giens Toulon/Hyères, France.

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