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Crowdfunding renewable energy investments: investor perceptions and decision-making factors in an emerging market. (2024)
Journal Article
MENYEH, B.O. and ACHEAMPONG, T. 2024. Crowdfunding renewable energy investments: investor perceptions and decision-making factors in an emerging market. Energy research and social science [online], 114, article number 103602. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2024.103602

Crowdfunding has emerged as a viable tool in the alternative finance industry to complement financing for projects where government and bank investments have been unable to cover including in renewable energy. Nevertheless, the crowdfunding literatur... Read More about Crowdfunding renewable energy investments: investor perceptions and decision-making factors in an emerging market..

Examining the influence of customers, suppliers and regulators on environmental practices of SMEs: evidence from the United Arab Emirates. (2024)
Journal Article
SAWANG, S., NG, P.Y., KIVITS, R.A., DSILVA, J. and LOCKE, J. [2024]. Examining the influence of customers, suppliers and regulators on environmental practices of SMEs: evidence from the United Arab Emirates. Business strategy and the environment [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3831

This study explores which stakeholders have more substantial influence than others and which combinations of stakeholders will have the greatest impact on small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises' environmental practices. A quantitative survey of 150 mana... Read More about Examining the influence of customers, suppliers and regulators on environmental practices of SMEs: evidence from the United Arab Emirates..

Challenges in increasing women's participation in the energy transition in ASEAN and G7 countries: a qualitative approach based on the three tenets of justice. (2024)
Journal Article
SUMARNO, T.B., YASGIANTORO, I.B., FITRIYANTI, V. and KHUSNA, V.A. 2024. Challenges in increasing women's participation in the energy transition in ASEAN and G7 countries: a qualitative approach based on the three tenets of justice. Energy policy [online], 191, article number 114163. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2024.114163

Ensuring an inclusive and just transition towards a low-carbon economy has become increasingly important. This paper emphasises the challenges in increasing the extent of women's participation in the energy transition in ASEAN and G7 countries. In th... Read More about Challenges in increasing women's participation in the energy transition in ASEAN and G7 countries: a qualitative approach based on the three tenets of justice..

Entrepreneurship under patriarchy: the intersecting forces characterising everyday life for Nigeria's women entrepreneurs. (2024)
Journal Article
ONOSHAKPOR, C., CUNNINGHAM, J. and GAMMIE, E. [2024]. Entrepreneurship under patriarchy: the intersecting forces characterising everyday life for Nigeria's women entrepreneurs. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], EarlyCite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-04-2023-0334

Nigeria presents something of an entrepreneurial paradox. Women in entrepreneurship dominate the economy, yet patriarchal structures dominate society. This article investigates how patriarchal factors impact entrepreneurial processes, in turn, creati... Read More about Entrepreneurship under patriarchy: the intersecting forces characterising everyday life for Nigeria's women entrepreneurs..

Petroleum fiscal regimes and the sustainable development goals (SDGs): exploring alignments and misalignments. (2024)
Book Chapter
ACHEAMPONG, T. and MENYEH, B.O. 2024. Petroleum fiscal regimes and the sustainable development goals (SDGs): exploring alignments and misalignments. In Pereira, E.G., Muinzer, T.L. and Baker, P.R. (eds.) Energy law and the Sustainable Development Goals: host government instruments for sustainability in oil and gas operations. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 10, pages 163-189. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003245551-12

Several G20 economies have, since 2009, committed to phasing out inefficient fossil fuel – coal, oil and gas – subsidies that limit the potential attainment of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Dealing with climate change means embracing a gl... Read More about Petroleum fiscal regimes and the sustainable development goals (SDGs): exploring alignments and misalignments..

Techno-economic feasibility study of solar photovoltaic power plant using RETScreen to achieve Indonesia energy transition. (2024)
Journal Article
PARADONGAN, H.T., HAKAM, D.F., WIRYONO, S.K., PRAHASTONO, I., ADITYA, I.A., BANJARNAHOR, K.M., SINISUKA, N.I. and ASEKOMEH, A. 2024. Techno-economic feasibility study of solar photovoltaic power plant using RETScreen to achieve Indonesia energy transition. Heliyon [online], 10(7), article number e27680. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2024.e27680

Indonesia, a key player in the global energy transition, faces surging electricity demand and ambitious renewable energy goals. In response, the government introduced a new regulation about renewable energy tariffs, including tariffs for photovoltaic... Read More about Techno-economic feasibility study of solar photovoltaic power plant using RETScreen to achieve Indonesia energy transition..

Dietary supplement use is related to doping intention via doping attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioural control. (2024)
Journal Article
HURST, P., NG, P.Y., UNDER, L. and FUGGLE, C. 2024. Dietary supplement use is related to doping intention via doping attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioural control. Performance enhancement and health [online], In Press, article number 100278. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.peh.2024.100278

The use of dietary supplements (e.g., caffeine, creatine, dietary nitrate) has shown to be related to the intention to dope (e.g., amphetamines, anabolic steroids, erythropoietin). In this study, we integrated elements of the theory of planned behavi... Read More about Dietary supplement use is related to doping intention via doping attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioural control..

Severity of environmental degradation and the impact on quality of life in Africa. (2024)
Journal Article
SAKARIYAHU, R., FAGBEMI, T., ADIGUN, R., LAWAL, R., SEYINGBO, O. and OYEKOLA, O. 2024. Severity of environmental degradation and the impact on quality of life of Africa. Journal of environmental management [online], 356, article number 120537. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2024.120537

Considering the mounting impacts of environmental degradation on the global ecosystem, this study offers an empirical contribution to the debate on whether there exists a significant nexus between environmental degradation and quality of life in Afri... Read More about Severity of environmental degradation and the impact on quality of life in Africa..

Advancing grid-connected wind and solar energy adoption in Nigeria: exploring the dynamics of socio-technical transitions. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
ADEDOKUN, R., STRACHAN, P. and SINGH, A. 2024. Advancing grid-connected wind and solar energy adoption in Nigeria: exploring the dynamics of socio-technical transitions. Presented at 2024 The Progress Playbook Policies for the planet conference, 14 March 2024, [virtual event].

The project examines the existing dynamics of the uptake of renewable energy on the national grid in Nigeria by investigating the barriers, drivers, and enablers to transitions. Findings show Inefficiencies in the incumbent regime deterring penetrati... Read More about Advancing grid-connected wind and solar energy adoption in Nigeria: exploring the dynamics of socio-technical transitions..

Trust people you’ve never worked with: a social network visualization of teamwork, cohesion, social support, and mental health in NHS Covid personnel. (2024)
Journal Article
SCHILLING, S., ARMAOU, M., MORRISON, Z., CARDING, P., BRICKNELL, M. and CONNELLY, V. 2024. Trust people you’ve never worked with: a social network visualization of teamwork, cohesion, social support, and mental health in NHS Covid personnel. Frontiers in psychology [online], 15, article number 1293171. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2024.1293171

The unprecedented rapid re-deployment of healthcare workers from different care pathways into newly created and fluid COVID-19 teams provides a unique opportunity to examine the interaction of many of the established non-technical factors for success... Read More about Trust people you’ve never worked with: a social network visualization of teamwork, cohesion, social support, and mental health in NHS Covid personnel..