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Panel 8. Dynamics of consumption

Panel leaders: Isabelle Garabuau-Moussaoui & Kirsten Gram-Hanssen

Introduction to Panel 8

First steps towards a deeper understanding of energy efficiency impacts in the age of systems (8-078-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nicola Labanca, Institute for Energy and Transport - Joint Research Centre, Italy
Bertoldi Paolo, JRC-IET, Italy

The electricity impacts of Earth Hour and other coordinated energy demand shifting actions (8-011-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sarah Olexsak, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Alan Meier, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Creating new energy orders: Restrictions and opportunities for energy efficient behaviour (8-013-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Helena Karresand, Linköping University Dept. of Thematic Studies - Technology and Social Change, Sweden

Effectiveness of demand side management by variable energy tariffs in the households – results of an experimental design with a fictive tariff model (8-020-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Rainer Stamminger, University of Bonn - Section Household and Appliance Technology, Germany
Verena Anstett, Universität Bonn, Germany

Energy efficient technologies in the UK – installing, adopting, learning and everyday lives (8-030-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Philip Brown, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Will Swan, The University of Salford, United Kingdom
Richard Fitton, The University of Salford, United Kingdom

Understanding household decisions to become electricity producers and their role in the future energy landscape: Case studies in France with photovoltaic electricity producers. (8-094-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Veronique Beillan, EDF R&D, ICAME Department, France
Aurelie GOATER, Alphéeis – Energy & Environment Consulting, France

The effect of age on residential energy demand (8-053-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Matthias Deutsch, Prognos AG, Germany
Philip Timpe, Dortmund University of Technology Faculty of Spatial Planning Department of Utility Systems, Germany

Rethinking the energy-efficiency gap: producers, intermediaries, and innovation (8-203-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Carl Blumstein, California Institute for Energy and Environment University of California, USA
Margaret Taylor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Stanford University, USA

Rebound effects in residential lighting – conceptual psychological framework and empirical findings (8-082-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Elisabeth Dütschke, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Anja Peters, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
Joachim Schleich, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany

Sharing conventions for energy efficient lighting? (8-287-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Charlotte Jensen, Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark

Articulating the body in the theorizing of consumption (8-132-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Hal Wilhite, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway
Grégoire Wallenborn, Free University of Brussels, Belgium

Energy and energy-saving publics in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur (8-134-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mathieu Brugidou, EDF R&D, France
Caroline Escoffier, EDF R&D, France

Changed norms of comfort in different energy cultures: The case of heat pumps (8-164-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nina Heidenström, National Institute for Consumer Research (SIFO), Norway
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, The Danish Building Research Institute, Denmark
Pål Strandbakken, National Institute for Consumer Research, Norway
Toke Haunstrup Christensen, The Danish Building Research Institute, Denmark

The role of households in the smart grid: A comparative study (8-297-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Toke Haunstrup Christensen, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark
Freja Friis, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark
Ainhoa Ascarza Plata, Energy and Environment Division, Tecnalia, Spain
William Throndsen, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Cultures, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Moving home and changing behaviour – implications for increasing household energy efficiency (8-469-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Daniel Gnoth, Centre for the Study of Agriculture, Food and Environment (CSAFE) University of Otago, New Zealand

Comparing community energy development in Finland and the UK (8-290-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mari Martiskainen, Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, Sussex Energy Group, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Energy saving targets – tested in households in the Swedish largest electricity saving experiment (8-381-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jurek Pyrko, Lund University, Dept of Energy Sciences, Sweden

Low-carbon refurbishments: How passive or active are technologies, users and their interaction? (8-313-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Marina Topouzi , ECI, Oxford - Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom

Behaviours, technologies and markets: the influence of (p)rebound effect, the energy efficiency gap and refurbishment market heterogeneity on energy demand dynamics (8-316-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Benoit ALLIBE, ZenWeShare
Aurélia ESTEVE, EDF R&D, France
Marie-Helene LAURENT, EDF R&D, France
Dominique OSSO, EDF R&D

Focus on electricity tariffs. Experience and exploration of different charging schemes (8-318-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sarah Darby, ECI, Oxford - Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom
Ioana Pisica, Brunel Institute of Power Systems Brunel University , United Kingdom

Homeowners’ decisions to renovate emerge from identifiable and measurable conditions of domestic life (8-371-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Charlie Wilson, Tyndall Centre, United Kingdom
Lucy Crane, Tyndall Centre, United Kingdom
George Chryssochoidis, Norwich Business School, United Kingdom

Daily temperature profiles, household size, and ageing: the shape of things (to come) (8-398-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Gesche Margarethe Heubner, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
David T. Shipworth, Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom
Michelle Shipworth, Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom
Alex Summerfield, Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom
Megan McMichael, Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom
Mathieu Durand-Daubin, EDF R&D , France

Widening the scope? How intermediary actors can shape energy consumption patterns (8-420-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Davide Maneschi, Aalborg University, Denmark

Ventilation in energy efficient UK homes; A user experience of innovative technologies. (8-502-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Carrie Behar, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
Lai Fong Chiu, UCL Energy Institute , United Kingdom

Panels of the eceee 2013 Summer Study:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Energy efficiency policies: What delivers?

Panel 3. Local action and national examples

Panel 4. Transport and mobility: How to deliver energy efficiency

Panel 5B. Cutting the energy use of buildings: Policy and programmes

Panel 6. Appliances, product policy and ICT

Panel 7. Monitoring and evaluation

Panel 8. Dynamics of consumption

Panel 5A. Cutting the energy use of buildings: Projects and technologies

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