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Panel 9. Dynamics of consumption

Panel leaders: Ruth Mourik & Michael Ornetzeder

Introduction to Panel 9

Vanquishing energy vampires: the failure of feedback (9-110-15) (9-110-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Kathryn Buchanan, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, United Kingdom
Riccardo Russo, University of Essex, United Kingdom
Ben Anderson, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Active consumers? Everyday innovation and adaptation for efficiency in thermal comfort services (9-078-15) (9-078-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sarah Royston, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

A social practice view on product efficiency policies (9-034-15) (9-034-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Hans-Paul Siderius, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, The Netherlands

Childhood and energy efficiency issues at school and at home: the role of information, teaching, upbringing and infrastructures (9-037-15) (9-037-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Isabelle Garabuau-Moussaoui, EDF R&D, France

What is energy know-how, and how can it be shared and acquired? (9-048-15) (9-048-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Kevin Burchell, Policy Studies Institute - University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Ruth Rettie, Kingston University, United Kingdom
Tom C Roberts, Kingston University, United Kingdom

Beyond fabric: how heating practices can be incorporated into domestic energy modelling (9-241-15) (9-241-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Erica Marshall, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Julia Steinberger, Sustainability Research Institute (SRI), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Timothy Foxon, Sustainability Research Institute (SRI), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Valerie Dupont, Energy Research Institute (ERI), University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Communicating 'smartness': smart meter installers in UK homes (9-050-15) (9-050-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sarah Darby, ECI, Oxford - Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom
Christine Liddell, University of Ulster, United Kingdom

Multiplying energy-saving behaviour in cities through formal social groups (9-190-15) (9-190-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Corinne Moser, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, School of Engineering, Institute of Sustainable Development, Switzerland
Yann Blumer, ZHAW, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), Switzerland
Roman Seidl, ETH Zürich, Institute for Environmental Decisions, Switzerland
Vicente Carabias-Hütter, ZHAW, Institute of Sustainable Development (INE), Switzerland
Bettina Furrer, ZHAW, Institute of Sustainable Development (INE), Switzerland

Japan’s 6 GW lunch break (9-061-15) (9-061-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Alan Meier, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Kadir Bedir, UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center, USA
Hidetoshi Nakagami, Jyukankyo Research Institute, Japan
Sho Hirayama, Jyukankyo Research Institute, Japan

A typology of flexible users in a smart grid project (9-116-15) (9-116-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Georgia Gaye, Centre for Studies on Sustainable Development – IGEAT, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Grégoire Wallenborn, Centre for Studies on Sustainable Development, Université Libre de Bruxelles

Why does energy use feedback not work in workplaces? Insights from social practice theory (9-402-15) (9-402-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Dimitra Dantsiou, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Minna Sunikka-Blank, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

‘Pro-savers’: the role of community in energy demand reduction (9-121-15) (9-121-15)
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
Colin Nolden, Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED), Science and Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex

Practice‐oriented research into energy management and use in non‐residential buildings: the reliability gap framework (9-129-15) (9-129-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Elli Verhulst, Department of Product Design, NTNU, Norway
Ida Nilstad Pettersen, Deparment of Product Design, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

ICT instruments in multi-apartment buildings: Efficiency and effects on energy consumption behaviour (9-132-15) (9-132-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ina Renz, Institut Wohnen und Umwelt GmbH (IWU) (Institute for Housing and Environment), Germany
Georg Vogt, empirica Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Technologieforschung mbH, Germany

Evolutions in energy conservation policies in the time of renewables (9-137-15) (9-137-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nicola Labanca, Institute for Energy and Transport - Joint Research Centre, Italy
Isabella Maschio, European Commission JRC Institute for Energy and Transport , Italy
Paolo Bertoldi, DG JRC Institute for Energy and Transport, Italy

Measuring the relationship between time-use and electricity consumption (9-148-15) (9-148-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Philipp Grünewald, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Russell Layberry, Lower Carbon Futures, ECI University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Beyond the attitude-behaviour gap – involvement in direct load control explained by meaningful systems of motivations, routines and housing conditions (9-161-15) (9-161-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mathieu Durand-Daubin, EDF R&D, France
Cécile Caron, EDF R&D, France

‘It’s fffffffrrreeezsing, ….thought thermal imaging might shed some light as to where the heat's going!’ Can visualisation shed a light on heating? (9-174-15) (9-174-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Julie Goodhew, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Christine Boomsma, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Sabine Pahl, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Steve Goodhew, Plymouth University, United Kingdom

Another perspective on environmental impacts of planned obsolescence (9-176-15) (9-176-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Eric Vidalenc, Ademe, France
Meunier Laurent, ADEME

Engaging consumers and citizens in the creation of low-carbon energy markets (9-179-15) (9-179-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Eva Heiskanen, University of Helsinki, Consumer Society Research Centre, Finland
Kaisa Matschoss, University of Helsinki Consumer Society Research Centre, Finland
Petteri Repo, Consumer Society Research Centre at the University of Helsinki, Finland

Policy, ‘politicking’ and organisational culture – barriers to engaging employees in behaviour change initiatives (9-205-15) (9-205-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Richard Bull, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Graeme Stuart, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Dave Everitt, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development De Montfort University, United Kingdom

Knowing me, knowing you: the role of trust, locus of control and privacy concern in acceptance of domestic electricity demand-side response (9-207-15) (9-207-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Michael Fell, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
David Shipworth, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
Gesche Huebner, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
Clifford Elwell, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom

Daily behaviour and energy saving strategies (9-217-15) (9-217-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Christine Boomsma, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Sabine Pahl, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Julie Goodhew, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Amber Gardner, Plymouth University, United Kingdom

Rhythms and patterns of daily life from 1950–2000: the changing qualities of energy demand (9-224-15) (9-224-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nicola Spurling, The DEMAND Centre, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Energy saving measures and their distributional effects – a study of households in Germany (9-231-15) (9-231-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Katja Schumacher, Öko-Institut (Institute for Applied Ecology), Germany
Johanna Cludius, Öko-Institut, Germany
Hannah Förster, Öko-Institut, Germany
Martin Beznoska, Free University Berlin, Germany
Corinna Fischer, Öko-Institut, Germany
Tanja Kenkmann, Öko-Institu, Germany

Household energy use regarded as energy orders - practical implications for housing companies (9-229-15) (9-229-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Helena Karresand, Linköping University Dept. of Thematic Studies - Technology and Social Change, Sweden

How infrastructures and consumers interact: insights from the interface (9-319-15) (9-319-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Catherine Grandclement, EDF R&D, France
Magali Pierre, EDF R&D, France
Elizabeth Shove, University of Lancaster - DEMAND Center, United Kingdom

OfficeWise: energy feedback in office workplaces (9-416-15) (9-416-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Magdalena Boork, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden
Anton Gustafsson, Interactive Institute Swedish ICT, Sweden
Sander Dijkhuis, Interactive Institute Swedish ICT, Sweden
Cecilia Katzeff, Interactive Swedish ICT

New directions for energy and behaviour: whither organizational research? (9-463-15) (9-463-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Margaret Taylor, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University, USA
Kathryn Janda, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University, United Kingdom

Panels of the eceee 2015 Summer Study on energy efficiency:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Energy efficiency policies – how do we get it right?

Panel 3. Local action

Panel 4. Mobility, transport, and smart and sustainable cities

Panel 5. Energy use in buildings: projects, technologies and innovation

Panel 6. Policies and programmes towards a zero-energy building stock

Panel 7. Appliances, product policy and the ICT supply chain

Panel 8. Monitoring and evaluation: building confidence and enhancing practices

Panel 9. Dynamics of consumption

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