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Dr Noel Cass

Senior Research Associate

Noel Cass

Charles Carter Building

Lancaster University


Lancaster LA1 4YX

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510287

Location: B36

Research overview

I am currently researching how energy demand is locked in through office building design processes, having recently worked on everyday transport and disruptions to it, using social practice theory. Previously I have researched mobility/transport and climate change policy, (particularly wind, marine and small hydro) renewable energy technologies, nuclear waste disposal policy, fuel poverty, energy and the built environment, carbon capture and storage, especially with reference to public (deliberative) participation in policy-making with experience in conducting and analysing public engagement processes. My theoretical interests and background include STS, SSK, Cultural Theory, organisational theory, deliberative democracy, Transition Management (MLP) and the spatial and mobile 'turns' in social science research. I focus on qualitative research methods.

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