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You are what you drive: Environmentalist and social innovator symbolism drives electric vehicle adoption intentions
LV White, ND Sintov
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 99, 94-113, 2017
2232017
Cognitive accessibility as a new factor in proenvironmental spillover: Results from a field study of household food waste management
N Sintov, S Geislar, LV White
Environment and Behavior 51 (1), 50-80, 2019
892019
Health and financial impacts of demand-side response measures differ across sociodemographic groups
LV White, ND Sintov
Nature Energy 5 (1), 50-60, 2020
612020
Are Feed-in Tariffs suitable for promoting solar PV in New Zealand cities?
LV White, B Lloyd, SJ Wakes
Energy Policy 60, 167-178, 2013
442013
Energy insecurity during temperature extremes in remote Australia
T Longden, S Quilty, B Riley, LV White, M Klerck, VN Davis, ...
Nature Energy 7 (1), 43-54, 2022
432022
Towards emissions certification systems for international trade in hydrogen: The policy challenge of defining boundaries for emissions accounting
LV White, R Fazeli, W Cheng, E Aisbett, FJ Beck, KGH Baldwin, ...
Energy 215, 119139, 2021
382021
Inaccurate consumer perceptions of monetary savings in a demand-side response programme predict programme acceptance
LV White, ND Sintov
Nature Energy 3 (12), 1101-1108, 2018
342018
Thermostat wars? The roles of gender and thermal comfort negotiations in household energy use behavior
ND Sintov, LV White, H Walpole
PLoS One 14 (11), e0224198, 2019
332019
The partisan politics of low-carbon transport: Why democrats are more likely to adopt electric vehicles than Republicans in the United States
ND Sintov, V Abou-Ghalioum, LV White
Energy Research & Social Science 68, 101576, 2020
302020
Permitting best use of wind resource for small wind-turbines in rural New Zealand: A micro-scale CFD examination
LV White, SJ Wakes
Energy for Sustainable Development 21, 1-6, 2014
232014
Why are charging stations associated with electric vehicle adoption? Untangling effects in three United States metropolitan areas
LV White, AL Carrel, W Shi, ND Sintov
Energy Research & Social Science 89, 102663, 2022
222022
Increasing residential solar installations in California: Have local permitting processes historically driven differences between cities?
LV White
Energy Policy 124, 46-53, 2019
162019
Developing Markets for Zero-Emission Vehicles in Goods Movement
G Giuliano, L White, S Dexter
102018
Varied health and financial impacts of time-of-use energy rates across sociodemographic groups raise equity concerns
LV White, ND Sintov
Nature Energy 5 (1), 16-17, 2020
72020
Temperature extremes exacerbate energy insecurity for Indigenous communities in remote Australia
T Longden, S Quilty, B Riley, LV White, M Klerck, VN Davis, NF Jupurrurla
Nature Energy 7 (1), 11-12, 2022
62022
Iterating localisation policies in support of energy transition: The case of the Australian Capital Territory
LV White, L Hughes, C Lyons, Y Peng
Energy Policy 158, 112568, 2021
62021
Bridging Ends and Means: The Centrality of Targets in Comparative Policy Analysis with Illustrations in the United States, New Zealand, and Germany
R Merrill, L White
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 20 (5), 469-485, 2018
42018
Connected: rooftop solar, prepay and reducing energy insecurity in remote Australia
B Riley, LV White, S Quilty, T Longden, N Frank-Jupurrurla, ...
Australian Geographer, 1-22, 2023
32023
Disconnected during disruption: Energy insecurity of Indigenous Australian prepay customers during the COVID-19 pandemic
B Riley, LV White, S Wilson, M Klerck, V Napaltjari-Davis, S Quilty, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 99, 103049, 2023
32023
Solar for renters: Investigating investor perspectives of barriers and policies
M Hammerle, LV White, B Sturmberg
Energy Policy 174, 113417, 2023
22023
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