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Rebekah Shirley, PhD
Rebekah Shirley, PhD
World Resources Institute
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Renewable energy sector development in the Caribbean: Current trends and lessons from history
R Shirley, D Kammen
Energy Policy 57, 244-252, 2013
1022013
Energy planning and development in Malaysian Borneo: Assessing the benefits of distributed technologies versus large scale energy mega-projects
R Shirley, D Kammen
Energy Strategy Reviews 8, 15-29, 2015
682015
A household carbon footprint calculator for islands: Case study of the United States Virgin Islands
R Shirley, C Jones, D Kammen
Ecological Economics 80, 8-14, 2012
662012
Geospatial multi-criteria analysis for identifying high priority clean energy investment opportunities: A case study on land-use conflict in Bangladesh
K Shiraishi, R Shirley, D Kammen
Applied Energy 235, 1457-1467, 2019
642019
Small island developing states and their suitability for electric vehicles and vehicle-to-grid services
D Gay, T Rogers, R Shirley
Utilities Policy 55, 69-78, 2018
522018
A panel data analysis of policy effectiveness for renewable energy expansion on Caribbean islands
J Kersey, P Blechinger, R Shirley
Energy Policy 155, 112340, 2021
302021
Estimating biodiversity impacts without field surveys: A case study in northern Borneo
J Kitzes, R Shirley
Ambio 45, 110-119, 2016
272016
Powering Jobs: The Employment Footprint of Decentralized Renewable Energy Technologies in Sub Saharan Africa
R Shirley, C Lee, H Njoroge., S Odera., P Mwanzia., I Malo, ...
Journal of Sustainability Research 2 (1), 1-38, 2019
162019
Renewable energy: Scaling deployment in the United States and in developing economies [Chapter 5]
J Kantenbacher, R Shirley
Sustainable Cities and Communities Design Handbook, 89-109, 2018
15*2018
Identifying high-priority impact areas for electricity service to farmlands in Uganda through geospatial mapping
R Shirley, Y Liu, J Kakande, M Kagarura
Journal of Agriculture and Food Research 5, 1-10, 2021
122021
Sustainable development opportunities at the climate, land, energy and water nexus in Nicaragua
S Gourdji, M Craig, R Shirley, D Ponce de Leon Barido, E Campos, ...
University of California. Center for Latin American Studies, 2014
122014
The evolving just transition: definitions, context, and practical insights for Africa
M Otlhogile, R Shirley
Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability 3 (1), 013001, 2023
82023
Energy for food, livelihoods, and resilience: An integrated development agenda for Africa
R Shirley
One Earth 4 (4), 478-481, 2021
82021
Unlocking Utilities of the Future in Sub-Saharan Africa
R Shirley, B Attia
Duke Global Working Paper Series 24, 1-19, 2020
82020
Rights, rivers, and renewables: Lessons from hydropower conflict in Borneo on the role of cultural politics in energy planning for Small Island Developing States
R Shirley, J Word
Utilities Policy 55, 189-199, 2018
82018
Distributed models for grid extension could save African utilities billions of dollars
B Attia, R Shirley
Greentech Media URL: https://www. greentechmedia. com/articles/read/grid …, 2018
72018
Powering Agriculture: Unlocking Africa's Next Green Revolution
R Shirley
South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) 207, 1-11, 2020
52020
Identifying high priority clean energy investment opportunities for Bangladesh
K Shiraishi, R Shirley, DM Kammen, S Huq, F Rahman
ICCCAD: Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2018
52018
Beyond the Battery: Power Expansion Alternatives for Economic Resilience and Diversity in Laos
N Avila, N Kittner, R Shirley, MB Dwyer, D Roberts, J Sager, DM Kammen
RESOURCE GOVERNANCE, AGRICULTURE AND SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS IN THE LOWER …, 2019
42019
Mundane is the New Radical: The Resurgence of Energy Megaprojects and Implications for the Global South
R Shirley, D Kammen
IEEE Technology and Science Magazine 37 (2), 18-26, 2018
3*2018
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