Christina E. Hoicka, Canada Research Chair, Associate Professor
Christina E. Hoicka, Canada Research Chair, Associate Professor
Geography, Civil Engineering, University of Victoria
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Renewable energy communities under the 2019 European Clean Energy Package–Governance model for the energy clusters of the future?
J Lowitzsch, CE Hoicka, FJ van Tulder
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 122, 109489, 2020
Innovation intermediaries accelerating environmental sustainability transitions
T Gliedt, CE Hoicka, N Jackson
Journal of cleaner production 174, 1247-1261, 2018
Solar and wind resource complementarity: Advancing options for renewable electricity integration in Ontario, Canada
CE Hoicka, IH Rowlands
Renewable Energy 36 (1), 97-107, 2011
Implementing a just renewable energy transition: Policy advice for transposing the new European rules for renewable energy communities
CE Hoicka, J Lowitzsch, MC Brisbois, A Kumar, LR Camargo
Energy Policy 156, 112435, 2021
Canada's Green New Deal: Forging the socio-political foundations of climate resilient infrastructure?
JL MacArthur, CE Hoicka, H Castleden, R Das, J Lieu
Energy Research & Social Science 65, 101442, 2020
From tip to toes: Mapping community energy models in Canada and New Zealand
CE Hoicka, JL MacArthur
Energy Policy 121, 162-174, 2018
Residential energy efficiency retrofits: How program design affects participation and outcomes
CE Hoicka, P Parker, J Andrey
Energy Policy 65, 594-607, 2014
Reconciliation through renewable energy? A survey of Indigenous communities, involvement, and peoples in Canada
CE Hoicka, K Savic, A Campney
Energy Research & Social Science 74, 101897, 2021
Energy upgrades as financial or strategic investment? Energy Star property owners and managers improving building energy performance
T Gliedt, CE Hoicka
Applied Energy 147, 430-443, 2015
“By and for local people”: assessing the connection between local energy plans and community energy
SM Wyse, CE Hoicka
Local Environment 24 (9), 883-900, 2019
Reconfiguring actors and infrastructure in city renewable energy transitions: a regional perspective
CE Hoicka, J Conroy, AL Berka
Energy Policy 158, 112544, 2021
Many actors amongst multiple renewables: A systematic review of actor involvement in complementarity of renewable energy sources
N Bekirsky, CE Hoicka, MC Brisbois, LR Camargo
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 161, 112368, 2022
Ambitious deep energy retrofits of buildings to accelerate the 1.5° C energy transition in Canada
CE Hoicka, R Das
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 65 (1), 116-127, 2021
Assessing the adoption of the house as a system approach to residential energy efficiency programs
CE Hoicka, P Parker
Energy Efficiency 11 (2), 295-313, 2018
The Infrastructure for Electricity
CE Hoicka, J MacArthur
The Oxford Handbook of Energy Politics, 69, 2020
COPs and ‘robbers?’Better understanding community energy and toward a Communities of Place then Interest approach
C Walker, G Poelzer, R Leonhardt, B Noble, C Hoicka
Energy Research & Social Science 92, 102797, 2022
Residential energy efficiency programs, retrofit choices and greenhouse gas emissions savings: a decade of energy efficiency improvements in Waterloo Region, Canada
CE Hoicka, P Parker
International Journal of Energy Research 35 (15), 1312-1324, 2011
Methodology to identify demand-side low-carbon innovations and their potential impact on socio-technical energy systems
CE Hoicka, RR Das, Y Zhao, ML McMaster, J Lieu, S Wyse
MethodsX 8, 101295, 2021
Understanding Pro-Environmental Behaviour as Process: Assessing the Importance of Program Structure and Advice-Giving in a Residential Home Energy Evaluation Program
C Hoicka
University of Waterloo, 2012
Investigating energy justice in demand-side low-carbon energy innovations in Ontario
SM Wyse, RR Das, CE Hoicka, Y Zhao, ML McMaster
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 3, 75, 2021
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