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Energy Systems and Energy-Related Practices

Bibliographic reference Byrne, David ; Bartiaux, Françoise. Energy Systems and Energy-Related Practices. In: Labanca Nicola (Ed.), Complex Systems and Social Practices in Energy Transitions – Framing Energy Sustainability in the Time of Renewables, Springer International Publishing  : Cham (ZG) Switzerland 2017, p. 305-320
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