Paul E. Brockway
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A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part II: synthesizing the insights
H Haberl, D Wiedenhofer, D Virág, G Kalt, B Plank, P Brockway, ...
Environmental research letters 15 (6), 065003, 2020
Estimation of global final-stage energy-return-on-investment for fossil fuels with comparison to renewable energy sources
PE Brockway, A Owen, LI Brand-Correa, L Hardt
Nature Energy 4 (7), 612-621, 2019
Measuring carbon performance in a UK University through a consumption-based carbon footprint: De Montfort University case study
L Ozawa-Meida, P Brockway, K Letten, J Davies, P Fleming
Journal of Cleaner Production 56, 185-198, 2013
Energy efficiency and economy-wide rebound effects: A review of the evidence and its implications
PE Brockway, S Sorrell, G Semieniuk, MK Heun, V Court
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 141, 110781, 2021
Urgent need for post-growth climate mitigation scenarios
J Hickel, P Brockway, G Kallis, L Keyßer, M Lenzen, A Slameršak, ...
Nature Energy 6 (8), 766-768, 2021
A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part I: bibliometric and conceptual mapping
D Wiedenhofer, D Virág, G Kalt, B Plank, J Streeck, M Pichler, A Mayer, ...
Environmental research letters 15 (6), 063002, 2020
Modelling net-zero emissions energy systems requires a change in approach
S Pye, O Broad, C Bataille, P Brockway, HE Daly, R Freeman, A Gambhir, ...
Climate Policy 21 (2), 222-231, 2021
Energy rebound as a potential threat to a low-carbon future: Findings from a new exergy-based national-level rebound approach
PE Brockway, H Saunders, MK Heun, TJ Foxon, JK Steinberger, ...
Energies 10 (1), 51, 2017
Energy consumption-based accounts: A comparison of results using different energy extension vectors
A Owen, P Brockway, L Brand-Correa, L Bunse, M Sakai, J Barrett
Applied Energy 190, 464-473, 2017
Divergence of trends in US and UK aggregate exergy efficiencies 1960–2010
PE Brockway, JR Barrett, TJ Foxon, JK Steinberger
Environmental science & technology 48 (16), 9874-9881, 2014
Understanding China’s past and future energy demand: An exergy efficiency and decomposition analysis
PE Brockway, JK Steinberger, JR Barrett, TJ Foxon
Applied Energy 155, 892-903, 2015
Untangling the drivers of energy reduction in the UK productive sectors: Efficiency or offshoring?
L Hardt, A Owen, P Brockway, MK Heun, J Barrett, PG Taylor, TJ Foxon
Applied energy 223, 124-133, 2018
Meeting 2030 primary energy and economic growth goals: Mission impossible?
MK Heun, PE Brockway
Applied Energy 251, 112697, 2019
The need for robust, consistent methods in societal exergy accounting
T Sousa, PE Brockway, JM Cullen, ST Henriques, J Miller, AC Serrenho, ...
Ecological Economics 141, 11-21, 2017
Developing an input-output based method to estimate a national-level energy return on investment (EROI)
LI Brand-Correa, PE Brockway, CL Copeland, TJ Foxon, A Owen, ...
Energies 10 (4), 534, 2017
Thermodynamic Efficiency Gains and their Role as a Key ‘Engine of Economic Growth’
M Sakai, PE Brockway, JR Barrett, PG Taylor
Energies 12 (1), 1-14, 2019
A physical supply-use table framework for energy analysis on the energy conversion chain
MK Heun, A Owen, PE Brockway
Applied energy 226, 1134-1162, 2018
Energy-extended CES aggregate production: Current aspects of their specification and econometric estimation
PE Brockway, MK Heun, J Santos, JR Barrett
Energies 10 (2), 202, 2017
From theory to econometrics to energy policy: Cautionary tales for policymaking using aggregate production functions
MK Heun, J Santos, PE Brockway, R Pruim, T Domingos, M Sakai
Energies 10 (2), 203, 2017
An ecological-thermodynamic approach to urban metabolism: Measuring resource utilization with open system network effectiveness analysis
LM Tan, H Arbabi, PE Brockway, DD Tingley, M Mayfield
Applied energy 254, 113618, 2019
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