All of the publications members of the ESPAG research team have contributed to can be found below.

Dr Jonathan Radcliffe BSc PhD

Journal articles

  • Castagneto Gissey, G., Dodds, P., Radcliffe, J. (2018) Market and regulatory barriers to electrical energy storage innovation, Renew Sustain Energy Rev, 82, pp. 781 – 790
  • A. Sciacovelli, D. Smith, M. E. Navarro, A. Vecchi, X. Peng, Y. Li, J. Radcliffe and Y. Ding (2017) Performance Analysis and Detailed Experimental Results of the First Liquid Air Energy Storage Plant in the World. ASME. J. Energy Resour. Technol.;140(2):020908-020908-10. doi:10.1115/1.4038378.
  • Uddin, K., Gough, R., Radcliffe, J., Marco, J. and Jennings, P.A. (2017) Techno-economic analysis of the viability of residential photovoltaic systems using lithium-ion batteries for energy storage in the United Kingdom. Applied Energy206, pp.12-21.
  • K. Fikiin et al (2017) Refrigerated warehouses as intelligent hubs to integrate renewable energy in industrial food refrigeration and to enhance power grid sustainability, Trends in Food Science & Technology, 6 pp 96 – 103
  • Yongliang Li, Adriano Sciacovelli, Xiaodong Peng, Jonathan Radcliffe, Yulong Ding, ‘Integrating compressed air energy storage with a diesel engine for electricity generation in isolated areas’, Applied Energy, 171 (2016) pp 26 – 36  
  • Edward Barbour, I.A. Grant Wilson, Jonathan Radcliffe, Yulong Ding, Yongliang Li, ‘A review of pumped hydro energy storage development in significant international electricity markets’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 61 (2016) pp 421 – 432
  • Edward Barbour, Grant Wilson, Peter Hall & Jonathan Radcliffe (2014), ‘Can negative electricity prices encourage inefficient electrical energy storage devices?’, International Journal of Environmental Studies (2014)
  • M. Winskel, J. Radcliffe, J. Skea, X. Wang, ‘Remaking the UK's energy technology innovation system: From the margins to the mainstream’, Energy Policy, 68 (2014), pp. 591-602
  • M. Winskel, J. Radcliffe, ‘The Rise of Accelerated Energy Innovation and its Implications for Sustainable Innovation Studies: A UK Perspective’, Science & Technology Studies, 27 (2014) pp.  8-33

Book chapter

‘Cryogenic Energy Storage’ in ‘Handbook of Clean Energy Systems’ Wiley (2015) Yulong Ding, Yongliang Li, Dacheng Li, Jonathan Radcliffe, Yun Huang DOI: 10.1002/9781118991978.hces200


With Energy Research Partnership

Lead author for reports: 

  • ‘Delivering flexibility options for the energy system: priorities for innovation’ (May 2012)
  • ‘The future role for energy storage in the UK’ (June 2011)
  • ‘Energy Innovation Milestones to 2050’ (March 2010)
  • ‘Assessing UK Energy Technologies’ (March 2009)


With Council for Science and Technology

Lead author for reports:

  • ‘Strategic Decision Making for Technology Policy’ (November 2007)
  • ‘Pathways to the future: the early careers of researcher in the UK’ (October 2007)
  • ‘Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies: A Review of Government's Progress’ (March 2007)


With House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee

Committee Specialist for reports following inquiries on:

  • ‘Energy Efficiency’ (2005)
  • ‘Radioactive Waste Management’ (2004)
  • ‘Renewable Energy: Practicalities’ (2004)