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Natalie Boyd Williams is a PhD student conducting research on the geography of renewable energy transitions. Her focus has been on domestic biogas digesters connected to household toilets as a renewable energy and rural sustainability technology. Through her investigations, she explores the impact of various multi-scalar factors on household transitions to domestic biogas, ranging from political and regulatory environments to socio-cultural norms at the local level. Natalie’s research aims to deepen understanding of the complex dynamics surrounding renewable energy adoption at the household level
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Cultural taboos are often described as an insurmountable barrier to adoption of domestic toilet-linked anaerobic digesters (TLADs). This study provides a better understanding of the socio-cultural res...