Ulrich Elmer Hansen
Ulrich Elmer Hansen
Ph.D, Senior Researcher, DTU Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark
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Learning and technological capability building in emerging economies: The case of the biomass power equipment industry in Malaysia
UE Hansen, D Ockwell
Technovation 34 (10), 617-630, 2014
Trade and climate change: a report by the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Trade Organization
L Tamiotti
UNEP/Earthprint, 2009
Toward technology-sensitive catching-up policies: insights from renewable energy in China
C Binz, J Gosens, T Hansen, UE Hansen
World Development 96, 418-437, 2017
Sustainability transitions in developing countries: Stocktaking, new contributions and a research agenda
UE Hansen, I Nygaard, H Romijn, A Wieczorek, LM Kamp, L Klerkx
Environmental Science & Policy 84, 198-203, 2018
Sustainable energy transitions in emerging economies: The formation of a palm oil biomass waste-to-energy niche in Malaysia 1990–2011
UE Hansen, I Nygaard
Energy Policy 66, 666-676, 2014
Upgrading to lead firm position via international acquisition: learning from the global biomass power plant industry
UE Hansen, N Fold, T Hansen
Journal of Economic Geography 16 (1), 131-153, 2016
Review of solar PV policies, interventions and diffusion in East Africa
UE Hansen, MB Pedersen, I Nygaard
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 46, 236-248, 2015
Transnational linkages and sustainable transitions in emerging countries: Exploring the role of donor interventions in niche development
UE Hansen, I Nygaard
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 8, 1-19, 2013
Review of Solar PV market development in East Africa
UE Hansen, MB Pedersen, I Nygaard
UNEP Risø Centre, Technical University of Denmark: Kongens Lyngby, Denmark, 2014
The co-evolution of learning mechanisms and technological capabilities: Lessons from energy technologies in emerging economies
UE Hansen, R Lema
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 140, 241-257, 2019
The uptake and diffusion of solar power in Africa: Socio-cultural and political insights on a rapidly emerging socio-technical transition
D Ockwell, R Byrne, UE Hansen, J Haselip, I Nygaard
Energy research & social science 44, 122-129, 2018
Overcoming barriers to the transfer and diffusion of climate technologies
TNAG Series
Renewable electrification and local capability formation: Linkages and interactive learning
R Lema, R Hanlin, UE Hansen, C Nzila
Energy Policy 117, 326-339, 2018
Technological shape and size: A disaggregated perspective on sectoral innovation systems in renewable electrification pathways
UE Hansen, C Gregersen, R Lema, D Samoita, F Wandera
Energy Research & Social Science 42, 13-22, 2018
The role of interactive learning in innovation capability building in multinational subsidiaries: A micro-level study of biotechnology in Brazil
PN Figueiredo, H Larsen, UE Hansen
Research Policy 49 (6), 103995, 2020
Diffusion of renewable energy technologies: case studies of enabling frameworks in developing countries
J Haselip, I Nygaard, U Hansen, E Ackom
UNEP Technology Transfer Perspectives Series. Denmark: UNEP, 2011
The effects of local content requirements in auction schemes for renewable energy in developing countries: A literature review
UE Hansen, I Nygaard, M Morris, G Robbins
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 127, 109843, 2020
Measures for diffusion of solar PV in selected African countries
I Nygaard, UE Hansen, G Mackenzie, MB Pedersen
International Journal of Sustainable Energy 36 (7), 707-721, 2017
Strengthening Clean Energy Technology Cooperation under the UNFCCC: Steps toward Implementation
R Benioff, H de Coninck, S Dhar, U Hansen, J McLaren, J Painuly
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2010
Governance, enabling frameworks and policies for the transfer and diffusion of low carbon and climate adaptation technologies in developing countries
J Haselip, UE Hansen, D Puig, S Trærup, S Dhar
Climatic Change 131 (3), 363-370, 2015
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