Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham

Paper summaries and presentation slides from the ‘Postgraduate symposium on household energy consumption, technology and efficiency’ (6th June 2012) available

The paper summaries and presentation slides from the Postgraduate symposium on household energy consumption, technology and efficiency that took place in Birmingham on the 6th of June 2012 are now available.

The programme of the symposium can be found here.

The symposium will be followed by a one day-seminar on the same topic –  click here for the programme and abstracts.

Abstracts for the symposium can found at the following links:

Robert Marchand, University of Sheffield: The need for participatory stakeholder processes for fuel poverty problem definition, measurement and policy formulation. Click here for the presentation file.

Lauren Probert, University of Loughborough: Finding the fuel poor: an exploration of challenges and practicable solutions. Click here for the presentation file.

Rachel Macrorie, University of East Anglia: Energising communities: the dynamics and governance of everyday domestic practices in a low-carbon living context. Click here for the presentation file.

Christine Suffolk, University of Cardiff: Rebound and spillover effects: occupant behaviour after energy efficiency improvements are carried out. Click here for the presentation file.

Luis Oliveira, University of Loughborough: Understanding cooking behaviours to design and evaluate energy saving interventions. Click here for the presentation file.

Sarah Goodwin, City University London: Geovisualization of household energy consumption characteristics. Click here for the presentation file.

Martin Braun, University of Sheffield: Voltage optimisation and lighting technology. Click here for the presentation file.

Chris Foulds, University of East Anglia: Passivhaus as a ‘magic bullet’ solution: A social practice theory approach. Click here for the presentation file.

Brendan Doody, University of Durham: Practice-ing thermal comfort: is home heating and cooling all about energy behaviours. Click here for the presentation file.

Katerina Chatzivasileiadi, University of Cardiff: What role for renewable energy systems in domestic energy use? Meeting the demands of the Mediterranean islands. Click here for the presentation file.

Graham Dove, City University London: Visualising the smart home: creative engagement with customer data. Click here for the presentation file.

Mike Fell, University College London: What role for home energy monitors in primary school energy education? A pilot study. Click here for the presentation file.

Daphiny Pottmaier, Federal University of Santa  Catarina, Brazil: A Solar scenario in Brazil: form stand alone photovoltaic panels in the Amazon region to thermal collectors of reused bottles everywhere. Click here for the presentation file.

Hyunju Jang, University of Sheffield: A study understanding factors influencing the refurbishment of existing apartments in South Korea to reduce energy consumption. Click here for the presentation file.

Ashley Morton, University of Loughborough: Temperature variations in heated UK home. Click here for the presentation file.

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One comment on “Paper summaries and presentation slides from the ‘Postgraduate symposium on household energy consumption, technology and efficiency’ (6th June 2012) available

  1. robinlovelace
    05/06/2012

    Reblogged this on RL's Powerstar and commented:
    Interesting selection of articles to be presented in Birmingham tomorrow. Keep your eyes on this for full papers.

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