User-intermediaries and the local embedding of low carbon technologies

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Barnes, Jacob Peter;
  • Publisher: SPRU working paper series
  • Subject: H1 | T1

This article draws on three theoretical fields, innovation intermediaries, socio-technical transitions and domestication studies to develop a process perspective of how user-side intermediary organisations seek to locally embed low carbon technologies. The term local em... View more
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