Rob Byrne
Rob Byrne
Senior Lecturer, University of Sussex, SPRU, STEPS Centre, Climate Strategies
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Beyond technology and finance: pay-as-you-go sustainable energy access and theories of social change
P Rolffs, D Ockwell, R Byrne
Environment and Planning A 47 (12), 2609-2627, 2015
Sustainable Energy for All: Innovation, technology and pro-poor green transformations
D Ockwell, R Byrne
Routledge, 2016
Energy pathways in low-carbon development: From technology transfer to socio-technical transformation
R Byrne, A Smith, J Watson, D Ockwell
STEPS Centre, 2011
Learning drivers: rural electrification regime building in Kenya and Tanzania
RP Byrne
University of Sussex, 2011
What are the major barriers to increased use of modern energy services among the world’s poorest people, and are interventions to overcome these effective?
J Watson, R Byrne, MM Jones, F Tsang, J Opazo, C Fry, S Castle-Clarke, ...
Collaboration for Environmental Evidence, 2012
Lessons from China: building technological capabilities for low carbon technology transfer and development
J Watson, R Byrne, D Ockwell, M Stua
Climatic Change 131 (3), 387-399, 2015
Improving technology transfer through national systems of innovation: climate relevant innovation-system builders (CRIBs)
D Ockwell, R Byrne
Climate Policy 16 (7), 836-854, 2016
UK-China collaborative study on low carbon technology transfer
J Watson, R Byrne, A Mallett, M Stua, D Ockwell, Z Xiliang, Z Da, ...
Brighton: University of Sussex & Tsinghua University, 2011
Energy Pathways in Low Carbon Development
R Byrne, A Smith, J Watson, D Ockwell
Low-carbon Technology Transfer: From Rhetoric to Reality, 123, 2012
Sustainable energy for whom? Governing pro-poor, low carbon pathways to development: Lessons from solar PV in Kenya
R Byrne, D Ockwell, K Urama, N Ozor, E Kirumba, A Ely, S Becker, ...
Financing Sustainable Energy for All: Pay-as-you-go vs. traditional solar finance approaches in Kenya
P Rolffs, R Byrne, D Ockwell
The uptake and diffusion of solar power in Africa: Socio-cultural and political insights on a rapidly emerging socio-technical transition
D Ockwell, R Byrne, UE Hansen, J Haselip, I Nygaard
Energy Research & Social Science 44, 122-129, 2018
A political economy of niche-building: Neoliberal-developmental encounters in photovoltaic electrification in Kenya
R Byrne, K Mbeva, D Ockwell
Energy Research & Social Science 44, 6-16, 2018
Sustainable energy for all or sustainable energy for men? Gender and the construction of identity within climate technology entrepreneurship in Kenya
M Marshall, D Ockwell, R Byrne
Progress in Development Studies 17 (2), 148-172, 2017
Innovation systems in developing countries
R Byrne, K Schoots, J Watson, D Ockwell, H de Coninck, K Gallagher, ...
Climate Strategies, 2012
Science Granting Councils in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and tensions
J Chataway, C Dobson, C Daniels, R Byrne, R Hanlin, A Tigabu
Science and Public Policy 46 (4), 620-631, 2019
Case Studies of the Political Economy of Science Granting Councils in Sub-Saharan Africa
J Chataway, C Ochieng, R Byrne, C Daniels, C Dobson, R Hanlin, ..., 2017
Can Pay-As-You-Go, digitally enabled business models support sustainability transformations in developing countries? Outstanding questions and a theoretical basis for future …
D Ockwell, J Atela, K Mbeva, V Chengo, R Byrne, R Durrant, ...
Sustainability 11 (7), 2105, 2019
The political economy of state-led transformations in pro-poor low carbon energy: A case study of solar PV in Kenya
R Byrne, K Mbeva
ESRC STEPS Centre, 2017
The Political Economy of State-led Energy Transformations: Lessons from Solar PV in Kenya and China
D Ockwell, P Newell, R Byrne, S Geall, K Mbeva, W Shen, A Ely
ESRC STEPS Centre, 2017
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