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Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales.

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Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales. / Haf, Sioned; Parkhill, Karen Anne; McDonald, Morag; Griffiths, Gareth.

In: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 01.05.2018.

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Haf, S, Parkhill, KA, McDonald, M & Griffiths, G 2018, 'Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales.', Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2018.1453490

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Haf, S., Parkhill, K. A., McDonald, M., & Griffiths, G. (2018). Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2018.1453490

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Haf S, Parkhill KA, McDonald M, Griffiths G. Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2018 May 1. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2018.1453490

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Haf, Sioned ; Parkhill, Karen Anne ; McDonald, Morag ; Griffiths, Gareth. / Distributing power? Community energy projects' experiences of planning, policy and incumbents in the devolved nations of Scotland and Wales. In: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 2018.

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