About this series
Progressive Energy Policy is a new series that seeks to be pivotal in nature and improve our understanding of the role of energy policy within processes of sustainable, secure and equitable energy transformations. The series brings together authors from a variety of academic disciplines, as well as geographic locations, to reveal in greater detail the complexities and possibilities of governing for change in energy systems. Each title in this series will communicate to academic as well as policymaking audiences key research findings designed to develop understandings of energy transformations but also about the role of policy in facilitating and supporting innovative change. Individual titles will often be theoretically informed but will always be firmly evidence-based seeking to link theory and policy to outcomes and changing practices. Progressive Energy Policy is focussed on whole energy systems not stand alone issues; inter-connections within and between systems; and on analyses that moves beyond description to evaluate and unpack energy governance systems and decisions.