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The Impact of Digital Technologies on OECD Energy Demand

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) offer many opportunities for energy saving, such as optimising energy use in buildings and industrial processe...

Carbon Pricing: Where to from here? How can public opposition be overcome?

Daniel Barry,  Peak Carbon

Modelling fuel demand of heterogeneous industrial consumers

Paolo Agnolucci, University College London (UCL) No economic sector incorporates more heterogeneity in the typology of energy consumers than the industrial sec...

Exploring socioeconomic and temporal characteristics of British and German residential energy demand

Russell McKenna, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology The British and German residential sectors account for similar fractions of national energy demand and carbo...

Energy entrepreneurship business models innovation: insights from European emerging firms

Michael Hamwi, ESTIA The power sector stands at the edge of a transition phase in which the liberalization of energy markets has paved the way for a new set of...

Community Energy: A New Democratised Energy System?

Helen Roby; Coventry University Introduction The UK energy sector has been one of large-scale energy production, with households viewed as passive consumers at...

The role of utilities in enabling prosumers and flexible distributed energy resources

Daniel Quiggin, Chatham House This paper explores how utilities could transform as the electricity system undergoes a second phase of transformations and the b...

BEIS Heat Networks Consumer Survey

Philip Cole, BEIS The Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are supporing investment in heat networks as a means of decarbonising heatin...

The use of consumer data for optimizing smart grids for electricity and district heating

Carl Dalhammar, Lund University The Smart Cities Accelerator (SCA) project is an InterReg project that involves a number of Swedish and Danish municipalities a...

Energy cooperatives: a missing piece of the peer-to-peer energy regulation puzzle?

Alexandra Schneiders, UCL Energy Institute, University College London Peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading, often facilitated through distributed ledgers (‘bloc...

Attitudes, preferences and intentions to participate in peer-to-peer electricity trading: The case of Southwest German households

André Hackbarth, Reutlingen University Overview The share of electricity produced   from renewable resources in Germany increased to almost 32% in 2015,...

Motivating energy conservation in organisations: Smart metering and the emergence and diffusion of social norms

Peter Bradley, University of the West of England Around the world there is strong interest in the use of energy feedback via smart metering technology as a mit...
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