EUED Centres at eceee Summer Study
Several EUED Centres were represented at the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) Summer Study event in France (29 May-3 June).
The theme of the event was ‘Consumption, efficiency and limits’ and the programme looked at how the Paris climate change agreement goals need to met by going beyond increasing energy efficiency and moving into reducing demand.
Three EUED Centres (DEMAND, CEE and CIED) were represented at the conference and played a substantial role in the programme.
Papers featuring EUED contributors included the below (see full collection of abstracts here):
Invisible energy policy: A new agenda for research and intervention
Sarah Royston, Jan Selby & Elizabeth Shove
DEMAND centre, Lancaster University, UK
Intermediation in a low energy building project: A case of One Brighton housing development
Paula Kivimaa & Mari Martiskainen
Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Household thermal routines and their impact on space heating demand patterns
Clare Hanmer, David Shipworth, Michelle Shipworth & Edwin Carter
UCL Energy Institute/PassivSystems Ltd, UK
Behaviour, practice – whatever? A theory-agnostic framework for describing and informing demand-side response
Michael J. Fell & David Shipworth
UCL Energy Institute, UK
Are we heading towards a replicability crisis in energy efficiency research? A tool-kit for improving the quality, transparency and replicability of energy efficiency impact evaluations
Gesche M. Huebner, Moira L. Nicolson, Michael J. Fell, Harry Kennard, Simon Elam, Clare Hanmer, Charlotte Johnson & David Shipworth
UCL Energy Institute, UK
A spatial perspective on the transition towards low carbon homes: evidence from the green deal
Dr Craig Morton,Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK
Dr Charlie Wilson,Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia, UK
Professor Jillian Anable, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK
Will the Winter Package deliver on efficiency first?
Richard Cowart, The Regulatory Assistance Project, Belgium
Jan Rosenow,The Regulatory Assistance Project, Belgium/Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, Sussex Energy Group, University of Sussex, UK/Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, UK
Mariangiola Fabbri,Buildings Performance Institute Europe, Belgium
Despite the volume of papers being delivered the EUED delegates also found time for a group photo (courtesy of @martiskainen)