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Under one roof: the social relations and relational work of energy retrofit for the occupants of Multi-owned Properties

Dr Iain Cairns1, Professor Matthew Hannon1, Professor Mark Davis2, Professor Lucie Middlemiss2, Dr Anne Owen2, Dr Ruth Bookbinder2, Dr Giulia Mininni3, Dr Donal...

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...

Unlocking the benefits to end consumers

Nicholas Rubin, ELEXON Ltd ELEXON recognises that how electricity is used is radically changing and that end consumers are being presented with more and more o...

Continuity and Disruption in UK Energy System Change: Mapping Expert Differences – and Understanding their Implications

Mike Kattirtz, University of Edinburgh Energy systems globally are undergoing dramatic changes, and many observers anticipate accelerated changes in the years ...

Data is the new fuel of the grid, where does it come from and who owns the data?

Lawrence Orsini is the founder of LO3 Energy, a groundbreaking energy and tech company working on innovative new hardware and software products within the emerg...

The role of consumers in the uptake of decentralised energy storage technologies

Peter Taylor, University of Leeds Various forms of decentralised electricity and heat storage (decentralised energy storage, DES) could play an important role ...

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,...

EU Retail Electricity Markets in Transition: The Quest for Adequate Design

Luis Boscan;University of Southern Denmark (SDU) After a gradual process of reforms, retail electricity markets in Europe are well-established. In parallel, th...

The next big thing or too big for us? New business models for renewable energy cooperatives – barriers in the perception of cooperatives’ members.

Prof Carsten  Herbes, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Germany Mr Vasco Brummer, Alanus University,Germany  Ms Naomi Gericke, Alanus University, Ger...
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