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Dr Adam Doering
Dr Adam DoeringAssistant Research Fellow
Investigated ways to encourage New Zealand’s transition to an energy efficient transport culture.
Barry Barton
Barry BartonProfessor of Law
Examing the legal framework for energy efficiency in New Zealand
Associate Professor Ben Wooliscroft
Associate Professor Ben WooliscroftMacromarketer
Leading the “Household and Energy” workstream
Dr David Rees
Dr David ReesResearch Affiliate, Centre for Sustainability
 Founding partner of Synergia Ltd which focuses on the application of systems methods to issues within health, social services and energy sectors.
Dr Debbie Hopkins
Dr Debbie HopkinsPostdoctoral Research Fellow
Leading an emergent workstream of the Energy Cultures project; “Youth Travel”.
Professor Gerry Carrington
Professor Gerry CarringtonEnergy Cultures Consultant
A consultant to the Energy Cultures programme providing peer-review work and support.
Dr Janet Stephenson
Dr Janet StephensonDirector, Centre for Sustainability
Leading the “Future Transport” workstream which is looking at potential future transport systems, globally and in New Zealand.
Dr John Williams
Dr John WilliamsExpert in marketing research, statistics and consumer psychology
Leading the “Data Mining” workstream.
Dr Michael Jack
Dr Michael JackSenior Lecturer, Physics Department
 Understanding the role of new technologies in potential future energy systems
Dr Michelle Scott
Dr Michelle ScottPostdoctoral Research Fellow
Motivating and influencing positive sustainable behaviours in the home and in transportation.
Dr Paul Thorsnes
Dr Paul ThorsnesSenior Lecturer, Economics
Leading the “Personalised Energy Advice” workstream of the Energy Cultures project
Dr Rebecca Ford
Dr Rebecca FordDeputy Director, Centre for Sustainability
Understanding energy behaviours and electricity system transitions.
Dr Sara Walton
Dr Sara WaltonSenior Lecturer, Business & Sustainability
Leading the “Entrepreneurial Transport Opportunities” workstream.
Professor Stephen Cranefield
Professor Stephen CranefieldDepartment of Information Science
Multi-agent approaches to energy systems 
Professor Rob Lawson
Professor Rob LawsonPrincipal Investigator
Consumer behaviour research focused on household energy use and wider issues in sustainability and consumer ethics.
Alaric McCarthy
Alaric McCarthyAssistant Research Fellow
Investigating future sustainable transport systems in New Zealand as part of “Future Transport” workstream
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