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Panel 9. Consumption and behaviour

Panel leaders: Albane Gaspard & Elisabeth Dütschke

Introduction to Panel 9

Evidence from a national grant aid scheme for residential energy efficiency retrofits: application abandonment, retrofit depth and free-riding (9-005-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
John Curtis, Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, Ireland
Matthew Collins, Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland

Why do energy conservation policies mobilise the behavioural sciences rather than the social sciences? A few lessons from the emergence of the behaviour change agenda in Japan (9-006-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Benoit Granier, Lyon's Institute of East Asian Studies, Sciences Po Lyon, France

Knowledge transfer from professionals to end-users in the building hand-over phase (9-025-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Judith Thomsen, SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Norway
Åshild Hauge, SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Norway

Swedish prosumers in a 10-year perspective – what can we learn from a market in transformation? (9-026-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jenny Palm, Linköping University, Sweden

Are dwellers deliberative or heuristic in their decisions to invest in energy efficient renovation measures? (9-072-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Victoria Taranu, Hasselt University, Belgium
Sebastien Lizin, Hasselt University, Belgium
Griet Verbeeck, Hasselt University, Belgium

Making energy behaviour research relevant to policy: a tale of two studies (9-077-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Tim Chatterton, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Flavia Tsang, RAND Corporation
Peter Burge, RAND Europe, United Kingdom
Sonja Oliveira, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Emily Prestwood, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Anush Poghosyan, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Bill Gething, University of the West of England

Switching off? Challenges in engaging students in energy efficiency findings from an EU wide energy saving project (9-084-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Richard Bull, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Joanna Romanowicz, National Union of Students, United Kingdom
Marina Laskari, University of Athens, Greece
Neil Jennings

Island stories, geographical limits and electricity system dynamics – what can we learn from a comprehensive reading of electricity supply and consumption modes? (9-092-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sophie Bouly de Lesdain, EDF – R&D, ICAME - GRETS, France
Sylvie Douzou, EDF -R&D, France

From consumer to prosumer. Enrolling users into a Norwegian PV pilot (9-127-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
William Throndsen, Norwegian Science and Tech, Dept of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norway
Tomas Skjølsvold, norwegian university of science and tech, Norway
Marianne Ryghaug, norwegian university of science and tech, Norway
Toke Haunstrup-Christensen, Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut, Denmark

Changing practices of energy consumption: The influence of smart grid solutions in households (9-162-17)
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
Tomas Moe Skjølsvold, Department of Interdisciplinary studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Intelligent energy feedback: Tailoring advice based on consumer values (9-182-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Caitlin Bent, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom
Zoltan Kmetty, Ariosz Ltd., Hungary

The multi-dimensionality of decisions on energetic refurbishment: Results of a qualitative study covering different types of property owners (9-184-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ina Renz, Institut Wohnen und Umwelt GmbH (IWU) (Institute for Housing and Environment), Germany
Ulrike Hacke, Institut Wohnen und Umwelt GmbH (IWU) Institute for Housing and Environment, Germany

Task 24: Co-creating behaviour change insights with behaviour changers from around the world (9-191-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sea Rotmann, SEA - Sustainable Energy Advice, New Zealand

Hot (water) topics: the formation of an energy issue at home (9-199-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Wiktoria Glad, Linköping University, Sweden
Bodil Axelsson, Linköping University, Sweden
Josefine Höijer, Museum of Work, Sweden

From people to policy: integrating social sciences and design insights into renovation policies (9-197-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Albane Gaspard, ADEME, France
Ariane Rozo, ADEME, France
Solange Martin, ADEME

Energy efficiency investment drivers depend on the technology: implications for policy design and modelling choice (9-200-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Marie-Laure Nauleau, Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME), France

What we do matters – a time-use app to capture energy relevant activities (9-237-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Philipp Grünewald, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Marina Diakonova, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
Davide Zilli, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
Adriano Matousek, Abingdon School, UK
Jessica Bernard, Wageningen University & Research

How building regulations ignore the use of buildings, what that means for energy consumption and what to do about it (9-271-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Danish Building Research Institute, Housing and Urban Research Division, Denmark
Susse Georg, Institute of Planning and Development, Aalborg University, Denmark
Ellen Christensen, eLearningLab, Aalborg University, Denmark
Per Heiselberg, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark

The role of social influence in the end customer purchasing decisions on the heat market (9-276-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Noemi Munkacsi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics , Doctoral School of Economics and Management Sciences, Germany
Krushna Mahapatra, Dr., Dept. of Built Environment and Energy Technology Linnaeus University, Sweden

Energy labelling for the digital age: presenting a possible solution and consumer reactions (9-324-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Elisabeth Dütschke, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Uta Schneider, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
Johanna Kardel, Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband, Germany
Margarita Puente, Escan
Katie Searle
David Cattermole, Solstice Associates Ltd.

Effectively reducing energy demand in the residential sector: A multidisciplinary approach (9-330-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Marta Lopes, IPC-ESAC, INESC Coimbra, Portugal
Carlos Henggeler Antunes, DEEC-UC, INESC Coimbra, Portugal
Nelson Martins, UA, TEMA, Portugal

Addressing human behaviour in assessments of energy efficiency in buildings (9-336-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Maria Johansson, Environmental Psychology, Dept of Architecture and Built Environment Lund University, Sweden
Lena Neij, IIIEE Lund University

Power efficiency classes for households – monitoring long-term effects of a power saving intervention (9-398-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Immanuel Stiess, ISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research, Germany
Corinna Fischer, Öko-Institute e.V., Germany
Sarah Kresse, ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research, Germany

Disruptive low carbon innovations (9-418-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Charlie Wilson, Tyndall Centre, United Kingdom

Who are the low energy users: Lessons for climate policy (9-432-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Reuben Deumling, We Don’t Need Oil, USA
Deborah Poskanzer, USA
Alan Meier, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, Davis, USA

Panels of the eceee 2017 Summer Study on energy efficiency:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Policy: governance, design, implementation and evaluation challenges

Panel 3. Local action

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

Panel 5. Buildings and construction technologies and systems

Panel 6. Buildings policies, directives and programmes

Panel 7. Appliances, products, lighting and ICT

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

Panel 9. Consumption and behaviour

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