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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...

Spatio-temporal analysis of PV diffusion patterns: an integrated neural networks and agent-based model

Ali Alderete Peralta, Cranfield University Photovoltaic (PV) panels offer significant potentials for contributing to the UK’s energy policy goals relating to...

Modelling Take-Up of Residential Solar PV in the UK

Sophie Heald, Cambridge Econometrics In February 2016, the solar PV tariff rate in the UK was reduced from 12.47 p/kWh to 4.39 p/kWh. Since that date, growth i...

Prosumage of solar electricity: batteries, heating and mobility

Wolf-Peter Schill, DIW Berlin Overview Spurred by technology development and regulatory incentives, self-consumption of distributed renewable electricity ge...

Integrating prosumers into the electricity grid: the interplay between technology and people

Yael Parag. Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya In the era of renewable and decentralized energy systems, prosumers are becoming crucial as they provide a...

Here comes the sun: The evolution of a Prosuming Project within a social housing estate

Nicolette Fox, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex Overview This is a case study of how seven families living in social housing started produ...

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 ...

Consumers, voters, residents or investors: who will be at the heart of future community energy organisations?

Tim Braunholtz-Speight, University of Manchester This dialogue session addresses the question of how shifts in financing, the energy market, and grid regulatio...

Unlocking Local Energy Markets

Rachel Bray, University of Exeter Overview Local Energy Markets (LEMs) can be platforms for small-scale supply and demand-side providers to participate collec...

Choosing energy efficiency – consumer response to operating costs at the point of sale

Fiona Brocklehurst, Ballarat Consulting Consumers have a big effect on energy use through their choice of the appliances and cars that they buy.  But they may...

Identifying the limits of the rebound effect

Tina Fawcett. University of Oxford Delivering energy demand reduction through energy efficiency is probably the single most important strategy in moving to a l...

Energy efficiency policy instruments in the residential sector: Implementing mechanisms for successful low-carbon transitions in households

Cristina Penasco, University of Cambridge Overview and relevance of the topic Improving energy efficiency (EE) is vital to ensure an economic, environmental...
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