List of All Publications

Mah, D., Hills, P., Li, V. O. K., & Balme, R. (eds.). (2014). Smart Grid Applications and Developments. London: Springer. (Download)
Mah, D., Wu, Y.-Y., & Hills, P. (2017). “Explaining the role of incumbent utilities in sustainable energy transitions: A case study of the smart grid development in China”. Energy Policy, 109, 794-806. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014). “Participatory governance for energy policy-making: A case study of the UK nuclear consultation in 2007”. Energy Policy, 74, 340-351. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014). “Policy Learning and Central–Local Relations: A Case Study of the Pricing Policies for Wind Energy in China (from 1994 to 2009)”. Environmental Policy and Governance, 24(3), 216-232. (Download)

Mah, D., Hills, P., & Tao, J. (2014). “Risk perception, trust and public engagement in nuclear decision-making in Hong Kong”. Energy Policy, 73, 368-390. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014). “An international review of local governance for climate change: implications for Hong Kong”. Local Environment, 1-26. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014). “Collaborative governance for technological innovation: a comparative case study of wind energy in Xinjiang, Shanghai, and Guangdong. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 32(3), 509-529. (Download)

Mah, D., Wu, Y.-Y., Ip, J., & Hills, P. (2013). “The role of the state in sustainable energy transitions: A case study of large smart grid demonstration projects in Japan”. Energy Policy, 63, 726-737. (Download)

Mah, D., van der Vleuten, J. M., Hills, P., & Tao, J. (2012). “Consumer perceptions of smart grid development: Results of a Hong Kong survey and policy implications”. Energy Policy, 49, 204-216. (Download)

Mah, D., van der Vleuten, J. M., Ip, J., & Hills, P. (2012). “Governing the transition of socio-technical systems: A case study of the development of smart grids in Korea”. Energy Policy, 45, 133-141. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2012). “Collaborative governance for sustainable development: wind resource assessment in Xinjiang and Guangdong Provinces, China”. Sustainable Development, 20(2), 85-97. (Download)

Tao, J., & Mah, D. (2009). “Between market and state: dilemmas of environmental governance in China’s sulphur dioxide emission trading system”. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 27(1), 175-188. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2008). “Central-local Relations and Pricing Policies for Wind Energy in China”. China Review, 8(2), 261-293. (Download)

Disclaimer: These working papers are considered work-in-progress and intended to stimulate discussion within the research community and the community at large in the many aspects of energy studies. The authors welcome any constructive feedback. The views expressed in these working papers are solely of the authors, and they do not necessarily reflect the position of the Asian Energy Studies Centre on the discussed issues and topics. None of the parts in any of these publications may be cited or quoted without the permission of the lead author of the respective working paper.

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Lee, T. K., Mah, D. (2017), “How to Mainstream Electric Vehicles in Hong Kong: The Importance of Early Adopters”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working paper No. 18, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)


Mah, D.
, Lam, V., Ye, H., Ogata, S., Wu, Y-Y., Siu, A., Hills, P. (2017), “Understanding public perceptions of smart grid deployment: A comparative analysis of two pilot deliberative pollings (DPs) in Guangzhou, China and Kyoto, Japan”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 17, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., Li, K-y., Lam, V., Hills, P. (2016), “Building trust through deliberative participation? The potential, achievements, and limitations of the National Energy Deliberative Polling in Post-Fukushima Japan”, Asian Energy Centre’s Working Paper No. 16, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D. (2016), “Explaining the role of incumbent utilities in sustainable energy transitions: A case study of the smart grid development in China”, Asian Energy Centre’s Working Paper No. 5, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D. (2015), “The development of smart grid business models: A theoretical perspective and research agendas”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 14, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Chan, Y. M. & Mah, D. (2015), “Regional Renewable Energy Certificate Systems: An International Review and Policy Implications for the Hong Kong-Guangdong Region”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 13, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014). “Nuclear decision-making in Hong Kong: A background paper”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 12, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., Hills, P., & Tao, J. (2014). “Risk perception, trust and public engagement in nuclear decision-making in Hong Kong”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 11, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., Wu, YY., Ip, J., & Hills, P. (2014), “The role of the state in sustainable energy transitions: A case study of large smart grid demonstration projects in Japan”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 10, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., Ip, J., & Hills, P. (2014), “Managing the transition towards a low-carbon economy: A case study of Guangdong-Hong Kong Energy Collaboration on the Development of Renewable Energy”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 9, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., van der Vleuten, J., & Hills, P. (2014), “Improving Public Engagement and Public Trust for Nuclear Decision-making: A Case Study of the UK”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 8, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., van der Vleuten, J., Hills, P., & Tao, J. (2014), “Consumer perceptions of smart grid development: Results of a Hong Kong Survey”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 7, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., van der Vleuten, J., Ip, J., & Hills, P. (2014), “Governing the transition of socio-technical systems: a case study of the development of smart grids in Korea”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 6, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014), “R&D collaboration for wind energy in China: Local diversity, achievements and limits”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 5, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014), “Institutional Innovation for Sustainability in Transitional China: The Green Electricity Market in Shanghai”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 4, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014), “Local Governance for Climate Change: Evidence from Global Cities and a Case Study of Hong Kong”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 3, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014), “Policy choices, central-local relations, and policy learning: A case study of pricing policies for wind energy in China (from 1994 to 2009)”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 2, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., & Hills, P. (2014), “Collaborative governance for sustainable development: a comparative study of wind resources assessment in Xinjiang and Guangdong Provinces, PRC”, Asian Energy Studies Centre’s Working Paper No. 1, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)

Mah, D., Lo, K. & Hills, P. (2017). Hong Kong’s Solar PV Future: Stakeholder Perspectives (A Study Report). Hong Kong: Greenpeace; Worldwide Fund for Nature.

Mah, D., Wang, G., Lo, K., Hills, P. & Lo, A. Y. H. (2016). Policy Analysis on the Potential of Rooftop PV in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: CLP Power Hong Kong Limited.

Mah, D. & Hills, P. (2013), Opportunities, Drivers and Barriers to Electricity Market Reform in Hong Kong: Perspectives of Large Electricity Users. Hong Kong: Greenpeace East Asia (a commissioned study).

Mah, D. & Hills, P. (2010), Hong Kong’s Vulernability to Global Climate Change Impacts: An Oxfam Report on a 2010 Public Survey and Policy Recommendations. Hong Kong: Oxfam. (Download)

Tao, J., Mah, D. and Ma, XL, “Evaluation of China’s Emission Trading and Prospects of Pearl River Delta Transboundary Emission Trading Pilot Scheme”, Final Reports of the Research on Guangdong and Hong Kong Cross-bordered Environmental Management Mechanism, jointly published by South China Institute of Environmental Sciences, State Environmental Protection Administration and Hong Kong Open University, July 2006, Chapter 5, pp66-104 (in Chinese).

Mah, D. (2015). “Submission to the Public Consultation on the Future Development of the Electricity Market”, Hong Kong: Asian Energy Studies Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University. (Download)