Ice and easy? Fridge-freezers in Bangkok and Hanoi

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A new Research Insight from the DEMAND Centre throws light on the role fridge-freezers can play in the balance between energy demand and social practices around food. Researchers from the DEMAND Centre have carried out 52 interviews with people in Bangkok (Thailand) and Hanoi (Vietnam) around how they use their […]

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TEDDINET C-tech Symposium

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Deadline approaching for TEDDINET symposium on Managing Energy Use in Non-domestic Buildings. The symposium will bring together representatives from academia, industry and policy to share and discuss cutting-edge insights around digital technologies and behaviour-change interventions for reducing energy use in the workplace. The event will take place at the Digital […]

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CIED at House of Commons

Jan Rosenow at House of Commons

Dr Jan Rosenow of the CIED Centre gave evidence today to the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee. Dr Rosenow, of the University of Sussex, was one of four witnesses alongside Dr Nick Eyre (Director, UK Energy Research Centre), Simon Roberts (Chief Executive, Centre for Sustainable Energy) and Dave […]

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No More Meters? Article on energy as a service.

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Elizabeth Shove and Matt Watson of the EUED DEMAND Centre have written a piece for ‘The Conversation’ website entitled ‘No more meters? Let’s make energy a service, not a commodity’. The article explores the way we look at domestic energy use and how changed perceptions could lead to a reduction […]

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Craft-based upcycling paper

A new research paper written by Kyungeun Sung and Tim Cooper has been published in the March 2015 edition of Craft Research. The article is titled ‘Sarah Turner–Eco-artist and designer through craft-based upcycling‘. Full details on the CIE-MAP website

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Birmingham post article on i-STUTE

The EUED i-STUTE Centre featured in the Birmingham Post recently. The article, entitled ‘University of Warwick energy project aims to reduce heating and cooling emissions’ talks about how the setting up of the centre. Read the full article on the Birmingham Post site

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