Ekanem M, Noble BF, Poelzer G. 2024. Understanding institutional layers and modes of change for energy transitions: Analysis of Norway’s electricity sector reforms. Scandinavian Journal of Political Studies. http://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9477.12267

McMaster R, Noble BF, Poelzer G. 2024. Assessing local capacity for community appropriate sustainable energy transitions in northern and remote Indigenous communities. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2023.114232

Jaradat A, Noble BF, Poelzer G. Youth as energy citizens or passive actors? A critical review of energy transition scholarship. Energy Research and Social Science. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2023.103405

McMaster R, Noble BF, Poelzer G, Menghwani V. 2023. Local capacity for energy transition in northern and Indigenous communities: Analysis of Gwich’in communities in Northwest. Arctic. https://doi.org/10.14430/arctic77183  

Leonhardt, R, Noble BF, Poelzer G, Belcher K, Fitzpatrick P. 2023. Government instruments for community renewable energy in northern and Indigenous communities. Energy Policy https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2023.113560

Martins Godinho C, Noble BF, Poelzer G, Hanna K. 2022. Impact assessment for renewable energy development: analysis of impacts and mitigation practices for wind energy in western Canada. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 

Dutta N, Noble BF, Poelzer G, Hanna K. 2021. From project impacts to strategic decisions: recurring issues and concerns in wind energyenvironmental assessment. Environmental Management

Holdmann G, Pride D, Poelzer G, Noble BF, Walker C. 2021. Critical pathways to renewable energy in remote communities: A comparative analysis of renewable energy transitions in remote Alaskan communities. Energy Research and Social Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2022.102712

Hu B, Gong Y, Chung CY, Noble B, Poelzer G. 2021 Price-maker biddingand offering strategies for networked microgrids in day-ahead electricitymarkets. IEE Transactions on Smart Grid

Kvern, M, Fitzpatrick P, and Fishback L 2022. Empowering Churchill: Exploring Energy Security in Northern Manitoba. Arctic 75(2): 149-290. https://doi.org/10.14430/arctic75055

Lauf, T., Ek, K., Gawel, E., Lehmann, P, and Söderholm, P. 2020. The Regional Heterogeneity of Wind Power Deployment: An Empirical Investigation of Land-Use Policies in Germany and Sweden. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 63(4), 751-787. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2019.1613221

Leonhardt R, Noble BF, Poelzer G, Belcher K, Fitzpatrick P, Holdmann G.2022. Advancing local energy transitions: A global review of government instruments supporting community energy. Energy Research and Social Sciences 83: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2021.102350

McMaster, R., Noble, BF., Poelzer, G. & Hanna, K. 2020. Wind energy environmental assessment requirements and processes: an uneven landscape. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 39(1): 11-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/14615517.2020.1815271

Menghwani V, Walker C, Kalke T, Noble BF, Poelzer G. 2022. Harvesting local energy: A case study of community-led bioenergy development from Galena, Alaska Energies. Invited, special issue on Bio-energy. 15(13), 4655. https://doi.org/10.3390/en15134655

Nwanekezie K, Noble BF, Poelzer G. 2021. Transitions-based strategicenvironmental assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Review https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2021.106643

Nwanekezie K, Noble BF, Poelzer G. 2022. Strategic environmental assessment for energy transitions:  a case study of renewable energy development in Saskatchewan, Canada. Environmental Impact Assessment Review https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2021.106688

Pike C, Whitney E, Wilber M, Stein J. 2021. Field performance of south facing east-west bifacial modules in the Arctic. Energies 14(4). https://doi.org/10.3390/en14041210

Rizzo, A., Ekelund, B., Bergström, J., and Ek, K. 2020. Participatory design asa tool to create resourceful communities in Sweden. In Co-creation of Public Open Places: Practice - Reflection – Learning, Editors CarlosSmaniotto Costa, Monika Mačiulienė, Marluci Menezes, Barbara GoličnikMarušić, Edições Universitárias Lusófonas, pp. 95-107. Layout 1 (grupolusofona.pt)

Schmidt J, Byrd A, Curl J, Brinkman T, Heeringa K. 2021. Stoking the flame: Subsistence and wood energy in rural Alaska, United States. Energy Research & Social Science, 71, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101819

Walker C, Poelzer G, Leonhardt R, Noble B, Hoicka C. 2022. COPs and ‘Robbers?’ A comparative review of Community Energy development through Communities of Place and Communities of Interest. Energy Research & Social Science. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2022.102797

Manuscripts under review

Cheng C. 2022 “Who Will Rise from Niche to Regime? Potential Pathways for Norway’s Blue and Green Hydrogen Exports in a Climate-Neutral Europe?” Energy Research & Social Science - under review

Lim B, Poelzer G, Noble BF. 2024. Social value of renewable energy in remote, northern, Indigenous communities. Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development.  Accepted for publication [Article in press]

Poelzer G, Holdmann G, Pride D, Noble B, Walker C, Hernes H-K, Kristofersen B.. 2022 State-building, energy Transitions, and electrical energy build out: A Comparative View of Norway and Alaska with lessons for Canada. Polar Geography – under review

Svartdal I, Kristoffersen B. 2022: “Why in my backyard (WIMBY)? Forging the link between community futures and everyday practices to make energy transition more attainable”. Energy Research & Social Science - under review

Manuscripts under development

Beland Lindahl, K., Söderberg, C., Lukina, N., Tebenkova, D., Pecurul, M., Pülzl, H., Sotirov, M., Widmark, C. 2021. Clash or concert in European forests? Integration and coherence of national policies related to forest ecosystem service. The study analyses the intersection of climate-, energy-, forest- and biodiversity policies in five European countries, including Sweden.

Ek, K., and Söderholm, P. (2021). Shared or Individual Responsibility: Framing Effects in the Case of Public Support for Green Electricity

Matti, S., Poelzer, G. A., and Söderberg, C. (2022). Just Energy Transition in the Periphery: Perceived Barriers to Electrification of Transportation in Northern and Rural Areas

Menghwani V., Noble B., Walker C., Poelzer G. 2022. The importance of local context in energy transitions planning: Off-grid community energy needs and priorities in Northwest Territories, Canada. Polar Geography. Under review

Söderberg, C., and Nordlund, L. (2020). Climate Policy Integration Across Levels: Municipal Policy Implementation in Response to the Swedish Climate Act”