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Panel 6. Dynamics of consumption

Cold or hot wash: How technological choices would lead to cultural change and potential increase in clothes washing energy use in China
Jiang Lin and Maithili Iyer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

How to stimulate owner-occupiers to save energy?
Renée Bruel, SenterNovem
Joris Hoekstra, OTB TU Delft

From energy efficiency to efficiency of consumption?
Harald Throne-Holst, SIFO

Shifting attitudes towards energy efficiency in Europe?
Dominic Stead, Delft University of Technology

The absence of a conventional heating system – from the perspective of the occupants
Charlotta Isaksson, Linköping University

Energy efficiency is EASY: new knowledge to change human behaviour
Henk van Elburg, SenterNovem

Teenage consumption of information and communication technology
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Danish Building Research Institute

Photovoltaics in the UK domestic sector: a double-dividend?
James Keirstead, Environmental Change Institute

Customer response on price incentives
Pål C. Næsje, Thale K. Andersen, and Hanne Sæle, SINTEF

Evaluating participation of residential customers in demand response programs in the UK
Efterpi Lampaditou and Matthew Leach, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology Imperial College London

Designing consultancy on energy
Lene Nielsen, Danish Energy Authority

Effectiveness of displaying energy consumption data in residential houses – Analysis on how the residents respond
Tsuyoshi Ueno, Ryo Inada, Osamu Saeki, and Kiichiro Tsuji, Osaka University

Energy-related practices, representations and environmental knowledge: A sociological study
Lorise Moreau and Anne-Laure Wibrin, University of Louvain

Socio-political factors influencing household electricity consumption: A comparison between Denmark and Belgium
Françoise Bartiaux, University of Louvain
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Danish Building Research Institute

Consumer inertia to energy saving
Ole Michael Jensen, Danish Building Research Institute

Learning about energy – how will low-impact energy use become a way of life?
Sarah Darby, Environmental Change Institute

Representing the demand side: 'deficit' beliefs about domestic electricity users
Hannah Devine-Wright and Patrick Devine-Wright, De Montfort University

The implementation process of innovations for energy efficiency – A socio-technical perspective
Wiktoria Glad, Linköping University

Forecasting electricity demand in developing countries: A study of household income and appliance ownership
Michael A. McNeil and Virginie E. Letschert, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Energy efficiency on the Web – the new frontier
Lloyd Harrington and Robert Foster, Energy Efficient Strategies
Charles Edlington, Australian Greenhouse Office

Synergies and conflicts on the landscape of domestic energy consumption: beyond metaphor
David Shipworth, The University of Reading, Whiteknights