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  1. [해외논문]   Editorial Board   SSCI


    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. ii - ii , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   The limits of academic entrepreneurship: Conflicting expectations about commercialization and innovation in China's nascent sector for advanced bio-energy technologies   SSCI

    Gosens, Jorrit (Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden ) , Hellsmark, Hans (Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden ) , Kå (Space, Earth and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden ) , berger, Tomas (Institute of Science, Technology and Society, School of Social Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China ) , Liu, Li (Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden ) , Sandé (State Key Laboratory of Clean Energy Utilization, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027, China ) , n, Bjö (Symbior Energy, Shanghai 200041, China) , rn A. , Wang, Shurong , Zhao, Lei
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 1 - 11 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract Despite many years of substantial government research funding, advanced bio-energy technologies in China have seen limited commercial application. Chinese policy makers are increasingly critical of academic organizations for neglecting their role in the transfer of scientific results into industrial applications. We interviewed a selection of Chinese research groups working on bio-energy technologies, and asked them to describe their efforts at commercialization. We found that they focus their research on technological pathways with commercial potential, they patent and attempt to license their technologies, they are highly involved in large scale demonstration plants, and have created a number of new firms. Industry and government may have unrealistic expectations on the maturity and scale of technologies that academia can develop, however. These findings contrast with many earlier analyses of early commercialization stages of novel technologies, which have commonly identified lacking academic entrepreneurship as a root cause in stalling development. Highlights There is limited commercial application of advanced bio-energy technologies in China. Lacking academic entrepreneurship is not a root cause of stalling development. Academia in China consider commercial viability in determining research agendas. Academia are heavily involved in numerous and large scale demonstration plants. A bigger barrier is limited interest in immature tech from industry and government.

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  3. [해외논문]   Who cares about climate change? The mass media and socio-political acceptance of Canada's oil sands and Northern Gateway Pipeline   SSCI

    Dusyk, Nichole (Corresponding author.) , Axsen, Jonn , Dullemond, Kia
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 12 - 21 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract Canada’s proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline would carry unrefined bitumen from the Alberta oil sands to the coast of British Columbia for international export. Socio-political acceptance or opposition can determine the fate of such projects, and media coverage offers insight into public discourse, including how the project is framed. We analyzed print media coverage of the project in six Canadian newspapers, including 2097 articles published from 2008 to 2014. The objectives were threefold: 1) to characterize media framing of the project using a risk/benefit framework; 2) to identify regional differences in framing between the two affected provinces; and 3) to investigate the framing of environmental risk. Our findings demonstrate that public debate is dominated by environmental risk of the project with a tendency to frame the project as a trade-off between economic benefit and environment risk. Despite a strongly regional distribution of risks and benefits, we did not find substantial differences in framing between newspapers in the two affected provinces. Finally we found that the environmental risk frame was presented predominately according to potential local impacts due to pipeline or tanker rupture. The global impacts of climate change were rarely mentioned despite the large carbon footprint of the Alberta oil sands. Highlights Analysis of print media coverage of Canada’s Northern Gateway Pipeline. Discourse was framed as a trade-off between economic benefit and environmental risk. Climate change was mentioned in less than 5% of the articles.

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  4. [해외논문]   Critical choices and the politics of decarbonization pathways: Exploring branching points surrounding low-carbon transitions in Canadian electricity systems   SSCI

    Rosenbloom, Daniel (School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, K1S 5B6, Ontario, Canada ) , Haley, Brendan (School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, 6100 University Ave, Halifax, B3H 4R2, Nova Scotia, Canada ) , Meadowcroft, James (School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, K1S 5B6, Ontario, Canada)
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 22 - 36 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract Transition pathways have attracted increasing interest as a useful analytical lens through which to capture the interlocking processes, patterns, and directions that might constitute substantial movement toward sustainability. While recent research has elaborated the political character of pathways, there is still room to further scrutinize the role of critical choices and branching points in defining diverging pathways. Contributing to the growing body of research on pathways, this study develops an approach that: (1) elaborates the dynamics that open branching points and (2) illustrates how critical choices help define the direction taken at these openings, giving rise to diverging decarbonization pathways. As part of this, the contested nature of critical choices is examined, revealing how actors struggle to shape possible trajectories. This approach is demonstrated by exploring unfolding low-carbon pathways in Canadian electricity systems, drawing lessons for the practice and theory of pathways. In particular, findings indicate that attending to branching points more explicitly exposes the implications and trade-offs embodied within choices by linking near-term decisions to long-run low-carbon configurations. Highlights Shows how potential pathways are defined by choices taken at branching points. Elucidates how branching points are constituted, contested, and resolved. Suggests branching points can be viewed as temporary openings in path dependencies. Develops an approach to identify and interrogate critical choices and branching points. Explores unfolding low-carbon pathways for electricity systems in Canada.

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  5. [해외논문]   Socially responsible or reprehensible? Investors, electricity utility companies, and transformative change in Europe   SSCI

    Lozano, Rodrigo (Department of Engineering and Sustainable Development, University of Gävle, Kungsbäcksvägen 47, 80176 Gävle, Sweden ) , Reid, Angus (Organisational Sustainability, Ltd., 40 Machen Place, Cardiff CF11 6EQ, UK)
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 37 - 43 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract The overwhelming reliance of modern society based fossil-based non-renewable sources of energy production represent a major challenge to sustainability. Moving towards a new more sustainable generation mix affects investments on electricity utility companies. This presents a dual challenge for companies: 1) the electricity generation mix decision; and 2) their future access to and cost of capital. This research focuses on the role that investors have in developing new more sustainable generation mix models. Five semi-structured interviews were conducted with investors working at a major European asset manager company. The interviewees highlighted the integration of renewable technologies as a key challenge to the viability of the utilities in the future. Other key challenges included a rising carbon price, greater decoupling of energy use and GDP growth, policy constraints and uncertain regulatory frameworks, lack of relevant core competencies to innovate in their business models, the integration of renewable energy into their own generation mixes and the grid, the role of new technologies, and a lack of urgency from top management. The findings indicate that investors play a key role in shaping electricity generation mixes, where the principal, agents, and clients must be willing to develop and adopt more sustainable generation mix models. Highlights Climate change is forcing electricity utility companies to become more sustainable. Energy utility companies must balance the generation mix and access to capital. Investors are questioning the sustainability activities of energy utility companies. Agency theory helps explain the role of asset managers in sustainability investing. Companies that do not change their generation mix will not have access to capital. Graphical abstract [DISPLAY OMISSION]

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  6. [해외논문]   In the hearth, on the mind: Cultural consensus on fuelwood and cookstoves in the middle Himalayas of India   SSCI

    Jagadish, Arundhati (Corresponding author at: Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, 180 E Green St, Athens, GA 30602, United States.) , Dwivedi, Puneet
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 44 - 51 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract While studies show that biomass-based ‘traditional’ cookstoves adversely impact health and environment, governments and nonprofits have struggled to achieve sustained adoption of cleaner cookstoves. Most cookstove diffusion programs focus on cookstove design, process of technology introduction, or market mechanisms. While such mechanisms are important, we postulate that a socio-cultural approach will go farther in informing programs that aim to diffuse cleaner cookstoves in developing countries. With our study, we step back from problems surrounding diffusion and deconstruct cultural beliefs that drive fuelwood and cookstove use in Lug Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. The goal of this research is to understand the degree of consensus in shared beliefs regarding fuelwood use and cookstoves. Using cultural consensus analysis, we found an agreement amongst people for using fuelwood from forests and preferences for various cookstoves. We found that fuelwood use is driven by availability, lack of alternatives, and lack of infrastructure. Household factors like seasonality, cleanliness, smoke emitted, costs, taste of food influence choice of cookstoves at a household level. Cultural domains for fuelwood and cookstoves were independent from each other, therefore a holistic diffusion program focusing on cookstoves and fuel types is needed for diffusion of sustainable energy alternatives.

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  7. [해외논문]   Between grassroots and treetops: Community power and institutional dependence in the renewable energy sector in Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands   SSCI

    Kooij, Henk-Jan (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Management Research, P.O. Box 9108, 6500 HK Nijmegen, The Netherlands ) , Oteman, Marieke (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Management Research, P.O. Box 9108, 6500 HK Nijmegen, The Netherlands ) , Veenman, Sietske (Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Management Research, P.O. Box 9108, 6500 HK Nijmegen, The Netherlands ) , Sperling, Karl (Aalborg University, Department of Development and Planning, Skibbrogade 5, 9000 Aalborg, Denmark ) , Magnusson, Dick (Linköping University, Department of Thematic Studies –) , Palm, Jenny (Technology and Social Change, 58183 Linköping, Sweden ) , Hvelplund, Frede (Linköping University, Department of Thematic Studies –)
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 52 - 64 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract The speed and progress of transitions towards renewable energy systems varies greatly between European member states. Among others, these differences have been attributed to the emergence of grassroots initiatives (GIs) that develop radical ideas and sustainable practices. The goal of this paper is to understand the differences in the emergence of GIs for renewable energy in relation to the institutional characteristics of Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden. We analyze the possibilities of GIs to emerge and act within three dimensions: the material-economic, the actor-institutional and discursive dimension. We conclude that conditional factors lie within the material-economic dimension in terms of the biophysical conditions, the structure of the economy, energy dependency and the energy market. Within the actor-institutional dimension, we conclude that the presence or absence of fossil fuel incumbents, such as regional utilities, strongly influence the possibilities of GIs. Within the discursive dimension, openness for alternative discourses proved to be enabling for GI-activities, as well as democratized knowledge production. In addition to these conditions of possibility, GIs can also act despite dominant institutions, albeit limited. Finally, GIs need a strong network with knowledge institutes, technology developers and political parties in order to achieve institutional change that enables GIs to flourish. Without institutional space, GIs remain subjected to the dominant power-relations, and cannot exert much influence upon the energy system.

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  8. [해외논문]   Who wins in renewable energy? Evidence from Europe and the United States   SSCI

    Kelsey, Nina (Elliott School of International Affairs and Trachtenberg School of Public Policy, George Washington University, 1957 E St. NW, Washington, DC 20052, United States ) , Meckling, Jonas (Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, 130 Mulford Hall #3114, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, United States)
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 65 - 73 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract The emerging transition to renewable energy, such as wind and solar photovoltaics, creates winners and losers in electricity markets. The political battle unfolds largely between incumbent electric utilities on the one hand and challenger firms such as independent power producers on the other. Here, we provide the first cross-national study of renewable energy ownership, based on an original dataset of fifty-nine jurisdictions in Europe and the United States. We find that independent power producers operating utility-scale generation dominate renewable energy capacity across electricity markets. Incumbent utilities and small producers of distributed generation hold substantially less capacity. Counter to expectations, this global trend is largely independent from two basic policy choices: the choice of support policy—feed-in tariffs versus renewable portfolio standards—and the choice of electricity market policy—liberalization versus regulation of power markets—only explain marginal effects on distributional outcomes. Rather, the resource potential of jurisdictions, relative technology prices, and the market effects of technological disruption likely account for the rise of medium-sized and large independent power producers as the dominant players in the transition to renewable energy. The transition to sustainable energy thus follows a substitution path, in which challenger firms prevail over incumbent utilities in renewable energy.

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  9. [해외논문]   The pursuit of interdisciplinary whole systems energy research: Insights from the UK Energy Research Centre   SSCI

    Winskel, Mark
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 74 - 84 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract Interdisciplinary whole systems research (WSR) is attracting increasing interest as a way to address to complex societal challenges such as sustainable energy. However, WSR typically involves challenging research elements ( radical disciplinary scope, integrative knowledge production and transdisciplinary design), which are seen by some as intellectually and institutionally flawed. Drawing on the interdisciplinary studies literature, this paper considers WSR strategy and practice in the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) over its first two phases (2004–14) and compares UKERC to other similar UK-based initiatives. WSR strategy and practice face a number of tensions: integration versus diversity, stability versus flexibility and independence versus engagement. The emphasis in UKERC was on integration in the first phase and diversity and flexibility in the second phase – a pattern largely imposed by funders, assessors and stakeholders, rather than by internal strategy. Though granted ambitious remits, WSR is often funded, practised and assessed in the margins of disciplinary based research systems, rather than as a distinctive research form. There is a need to better attend to the choices and trade-offs involved in WSR strategy and practice, drawing on the experiences of UKERC and other initiatives. As a guide, the paper introduces a number of interdisciplinary WSR archetypes.

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  10. [해외논문]   The transformative power of self-organization: Towards a conceptual framework for understanding local energy initiatives in The Netherlands   SSCI

    Hasanov, Mustafa (Corresponding author.) , Zuidema, Christian
    Energy research & social science v.37 ,pp. 85 - 93 , 2018 , 2214-6296 ,

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    Abstract Self-organization has been previously coined as a concept that describes the shifting relationships between citizen groups and institutional stakeholders in various fields, including sustainability and energy transitions. Yet, little has been known about what exactly the transformative power of self-organization is. The present article discusses processes of self-organization associated with small-scale, decentralized energy projects, such as local energy initiatives. By building on prior literature on energy initiatives, self-organization, and niche-regime interaction, attention is given to the mutually reinforcing relationship between local initiatives and the institutional context in which this relationship is situated. In analyzing the relationship between the internal aspects of the initiatives and their institutional arrangements, this article suggests that the processes of self-organization facilitate socio-institutional practices that are observable not only within the initiatives but also traceable in wider institutional contexts. These socio-institutional practices are essential for a better understanding of the interface between the citizen-driven energy projects and local governance. The analysis further supports the idea that processes of self-organization, along with market-led and state-led mechanism, underpin innovative and pragmatic pathways which could enhance the energy transition towards a carbon neutral future.

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