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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...

Do consumers want the new business models we can offer?

Dr Stephen Hall, University of Leeds Overview and relevance The electric utility business model is facing multiple challenges and must evolve to survive in all...

Diversity behind the meter – machine learning from household activities

Phil Grunewald, University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute As the conference theme states, consumers use energy "without knowing or wanting to know m...

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...

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...

Local Energy Oxfordshire: re-building the energy system from the bottom up

Barbara Hammond Low Carbon Hub . The Energy Strategy for Oxfordshire, published this Autumn, will set very challenging targets for energy system transition in t...

Killing the kilowatt hour: rethinking energy as a consumer service

Philip is the Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Systems Catapult, part of a network of world-leading centres set up by the UK Government to transform the UK...

What do future utilities need: consent and dissent from incumbents and policy makers in decision theatres

Dr Christoph Mazur, Imperial College   Overview and relevance We are currently examining the opportunities for new and incumbent electricity utili...

Technological change and innovation in UK energy market – how might it be impacted by the price cap?

Philip O'Donnell; Which? Background With the publication of the Domestic Gas & Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill, the UK Government is committed to introduc...

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...

Causal Tree Estimation of Heterogeneous Household Response to Time-Of-Use Electricity Pricing Schemes

Eoghan O'Neill, University of Cambridge In this paper, we apply some recently developed methods for describing the heterogeneity of treatment effects to an ele...

Incentivising households to reduce electricity consumption: A meta-analysis of the experimental evidence

Penelope Buckley, Université Grenoble Alpes With the increasing demand for electricity, the phasing out of what were once guaranteed sources of energy supply,...
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