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Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 1 (6th July) Session 01

Janet Stephenson: Conference welcome and opening plenary.

Determinants of energy demand – Chaired by Debbie Hopkins

Keynote: Kajsa Ellegård “On the success of energy conservation in the household sector– a matter of daily activities at individual, household and aggregate levels”

Ben Anderson “Using Time Use Data to Trace ‘Energy Practices’ Through Time.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 1 (6th July) Session 02
Householder perspectives on energy- Chaired by Mary Jo Lavelle

Fatima McKague “Fuel poverty in the context of Energy Cultures framework – insights from New Zealand.”

Lindsey McCarthy “Energy (In)Efficiency: Exploring what Tenants expect and endure in the Private Rented Sector in England.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 1 (6th July) Session 03

Energy transitions from the grass roots – Chaired by Rebecca Ford

Keynote: Malcolm McCulloch “Energy Cultures applied to Energy for Development”

Sara Walton “Lighting in Vanuatu: understanding rapid technological change.”

Amanda Thomas “Energy transitions from the grassroots up: opportunities and barriers to oil free and climate justice groups in Aotearoa New Zealand.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 1 (6th July) Session 04

Energy improvements in the residential setting – Chaired by Barry Barton

Mari Martiskainen  “Low energy housing transition in the UK– the role of intermediaries in innovation processes.”

Phillipa Watson   “Getting Bill-Smart: Outcomes of an energy efficiency project for low income householders in Tasmania.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 2 (7th July) Session 05

New models of the grid – Chaired by Janet Stephenson

Keynote: Benjamin Sovacool “The Nordic Low-Carbon Transition: Implications and Insights for
Researchers and Practitioners”

Joris Suppers “Energy Behaviour in a Community of Smart Homes.”

Espen Moe “Renewable energy and the politics of grid-line expansion.”

Rebecca Ford “Prosumer Energy Culture and a Fractal Like Grid.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 2 (7th July) Session 06

Mobility cultures – Chaired by Ben Wooliscroft

Barry Barton “Electric Vehicles, Conventional Vehicles and Climate Change Policy.”

John Williams “A tale of two cities: Influences on cycling to high school in Dunedin and Christchurch.”

Debbie Hopkins “A Qualitative Investigation of Urban Freight Delivery in Aotearoa New Zealand.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 2 (7th July) Session 07

Creating behaviour change – Chaired by Michelle Scott

Keynote Janet Stephenson “Energy Cultures as an integrative framework.”

Sea Rotmann “Helping the Behaviour Changers – or how to create systemic change. “

Paul Thorsnes “Helping householders choose: variation in preferences for aspects of energy-efficiency
improvements.”

 

Energy Cultures Conference 2016 Day 2 (7th July) Session 08

Lightning session – Applications of the Energy Cultures Framework – Chaired by Sara Walton

Michelle Scott “Motivating more efficient driving practices”

Mary Jo Lavelle “Adopting the energy cultures framework to promote pro-environmental behavioural change on
the island of Ireland.”

Scott Willis “Creating Cosy Homes.”

John Hancock “The Energy Cultures Framework as a way of getting your head around New Zealand’s
market-led approach to implementing the smart grid.”

David Rees “64,000 EVs by 2021: A Plausible Scenario?”

Janet Stephenson: Closing comments

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