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eceee 2021 Summer Study on energy efficiency: a new reality?

Panel 1. Energy consumption and wellbeing

Panel leaders: Marta Lopes & Marlyne Sahakian

Household final energy footprints in Nepal, Vietnam and Zambia: composition, inequality and links to well-being (1-010-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Marta Baltruszewicz, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Julia Steinberger, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Diana Ivanova, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Lina Brand-Correa, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Jouni Paavola, University of leeds, United Kingdom
Anne Owen, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Energy poverty in a changing climate: the challenge of “hot homes” (1-019-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Anna Realini, RSE S.p.A., Italy
Simone Maggiore, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico - RSE S.p.A., Italy
Marco Borgarello, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico - RSE S.p.A., Italy

Socio-economic conditions for satisfying human needs at low energy use: an international analysis of provisioning factors (1-029-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Jefim Vogel, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Julia K. Steinberger, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Daniel W. O'Neill, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
William F. Lamb, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, Germany
Jaya Krishnakumar, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Gendering practices and policies in the South: Lessons for improved equity and sustainability in Pakistan’s domestic energy sector (1-032-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Rihab Khalid, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Chris Foulds, Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

ICT in context: co-designing energy efficiency ICT-based interventions from the ground up (1-049-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ashley Morton, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Andrew Reeves, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
Richard Bull, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom

Between conflicts and collaboration insights into mobility transitions in rural France (1-071-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Aurore Flipo, ENTPE-Laboratoire Aménagement Economie Transports (UMR 5593), France
Madeleine Sallustio, CERMOSEM, France
Nathalie Ortar, ENTPE-Laboratoire Aménagement Economie Transports (UMR 5593), France

Social and material cogs of the needs satisfier escalator (1-080-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Noel Cass, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

From capabilities to capacity: Examining core power capacity requirements in the UK residential sector under the capabilities framework (1-097-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jose Luis Ramirez-Mendiola, University of Reading, United Kingdom
Timur Yunusov, University of Reading, United Kingdom
Jacopo Torriti, University of Reading, United Kingdom

Exploring energy citizenship in relation to district heating (1-120-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Jenny Palm, Lund University, Sweden
Aimee Ambrose, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

A design process for a resident-oriented, sufficiency-based energy renovation approach for dwellings (1-131-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Griet Verbeeck, Hasselt University, Belgium
Ann Bosserez, Thomas More Research, Belgium

Understanding the controversial impact of new societal trends on long-term energy demand in European countries (1-157-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nadezhda Mikova, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
Heike Brugger, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Aaron Rosa, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Utrecht University, Germany

Recasting stories about energy in a post-pandemic world (1-169-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Noam Bergman, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Kathryn Janda, University College London, United Kingdom

Borrowing, energy demand and COVID: a model for disruption (1-172-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ralitsa Hiteva, SPRU, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Tim Foxon, SPRU, United Kingdom

Clothing, comfort and energy demand: A critical review (1-179-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Janine Morley, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Energy sufficiency and wellbeing – understanding diversity and inclusion for energy reduction strategies (1-185-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Caroline Sejer Damgaard, Association for Decentralised Energy/ADEACE research, United Kingdom
Kelly Greer, The Association for Decentralised Energy, United Kingdom
Liz Warren, SE2, United Kingdom
Charlotte Johnson, University College London - Institute for Sustainable Resources, United Kingdom

Visual language for energy poor households (1-190-21)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Altan Sahin, Austrian Energy Agency, Austria
Kerstin Schilcher, Austrian Energy Agency, Austria

Scaling-up energy sufficiency on a European level through a bottom-up modelling approach: lessons and perspectives (1-221-21)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Yves Marignac, NégaWatt Association, France
Mathilde DJELALI, Association négaWatt, France
Stephane BOURGEOIS, Association négaWatt, France
Nicolas TAILLARD, Association négaWatt, France
Janis BRIZGA, Biedrība “Zaļā brīvība”, Latvia
Marta GARCIA, Ecoserveis, Spain
Radu DUDAU, Energy Policy Group, Romania
Luisa CORDROCH, Europa-Universität Flensburg, Germany
Dimitri LALAS, FACET3S, Greece
Yves MARENNE, ICEDD - Institut de Conseil et d'Etudes en Développement Durable, Belgium
Gunnar Boye OLESEN, INFORSE-Europe, International network for sustainable energy, Denmark
Philippe BOVET, négaWatt Suisse, Switzerland
Yannis SARAFIDIS, NOA - National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Silvia ERBA, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Lorenzo PAGLIANO, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Léo COPPENS, Warocqué School of Business and Economics, Université de Mons, Belgium
Benjamin BEST, Wuppertal Institut fuer Klima, Umwelt, Energie gGmbH, Germany
Johannes THEMA, Wuppertal Institut fuer Klima, Umwelt, Energie gGmbH, Germany
Francisco FERREIRA, ZERO - Associação sistema terrestre sustentável, Portugal