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Panel 6. Dynamics of consumption

Reducing consumption through communal living
Horace Herring, The Open University

Options and potentials of energy diaries Energy diaries as a tool for identifying potential energy savings through behavioural changes
Martin Cames and Bettina Brohmann, Öko-Institut

Home owners partnerships and “Mulokot” centres – a dialog in search of ways to implement the turn down energy demand strategy in housing sector of Uzbekistan
Rano Baykhanova, United Nations Development Programme in Uzbekistan
Said Inogamov, Uzbek-Canadian Joint Venture “LEXX”

User-led innovations, participation processes and the use of energy technologies
Michael Ornetzeder, Centre for Social Innovation
Harald Rohracher, Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture

A dynamic structuration approach to information for end-user energy conservation
David L. Goldblatt, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)

Individual demand for energy services
Roland Menges, Energiestiftung Schleswig-Holstein

Beyond households: discovering the collective consumer
Corinna Fischer, Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik

Bill me this way! – customer preferences regarding electricity bills in Sweden
Kerstin Sernhed, Jurek Pyrko, and Juozas Abaravicius, Lund Institute of Technology

From motivation and cognition theories to everyday applications and back again: the case of product-integrated information and feedback
L. T. McCalley, Technical University Eindhoven/ TUE

Long term effects of an energy efficiency advertising campaign
Klaus Wortmann and Werner Möhring-Hüser, Energiestiftung Schleswig-Holstein

Learning about smart systems for comfort management and energy saving in office buildings
Jaap Jelsma and René Kamphuis, Policy Studies, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
Wim Zeiler, Kropman B.V.

Barriers to efficient use of energy in public higher education buildings – a case study
A. Gomes Martins, INESC Coimbra, Universidade de Coimbra
Simão Paredes, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Coimbra

Evaluating energy efficiency campaigns targeted at children: towards a best practices methodology
Heming Bjørnå, Norwegian energy Efficiency Inc.
Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, SRC International A/S

Social obstacles in curbing residential energy demand
Per Anker-Nilssen, Norwegian School of Management BI

Hard to Reach and Hard to Help: bringing energy efficiency to elusive audiences
Lotte Ramsay and Jacky Pett, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Making sense of energy advice
Sarah Darby, University of Oxford

Energy efficiency as environmental justice: promoting urban sustainability through energy efficiency improvements in multi-family housing in Latvia
Guntra Aistara, University of Michigan

A socio-anthropological approach to energy-related behaviours and innovations at the household level
Françoise Bartiaux, University of Louvain-la-Neuve

Learning by having fun
Liv R. Lindseth, Norwegian Energy Efficiency Inc.

Turning down demand through electricity disclosure: are consumers ready? A survey of Hungarian residences and businesses
Réka Soós and Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Central European University

Energy savings in Scandinavian households: an assessment of 25 years development
Fridtjof Unander and Mike Ting, International Energy Agency
Ingunn Ettestøl, Enova

Information technology meets energy efficiency: a fruitful combination
Peter T. du Pont, Henrik Rytter Jensen, and Frantz Longhi, Danish Energy Management A/S