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Behaviour Change & Energy News

28 February 2017

Behaviour Change & Energy News – published weekly by Dr. Sea Rotmann, Task 24: Behaviour Change in DSM: Phase I: Behavior Change in DSM – From Theory to Policies and Practice Phase II: Behaviour Change in DSM – Helping the Behaviour Changers


Annual Report 2016

Anne Bengtson, 28 January 2017

This report is the twenty-third Annual Report of the IEA IMplementing Agreement on Demand-Side Management Technologies and Programmes, summarising the activities of the twenty-third year.


Task 17 Reports published

Anne Bengtson, 14 October 2016

Task 17 Deliverables published Roles and Potentials of Flexible Consumers and Prosumers Valuation Analysis of Residential Demand Side Flexibility Best Practices and Pilot Studies Conclusions and Recommendations See Task 17 section Publications or go to Website section Publications. Task 17 of the IEA DSM program is to provide an analysis of the use of demand […]


Issue 61 – Spotlight Newsletter – June 2016

Anne Bengtson, 30 June 2016

- Note from the Chairman – Task 24 – A beautiful behaviour collaboration is taking place in the IEA – DSM University – South Korea – The energy paradigm shift means a bright future for the economy and the environment Download: IEA DSM Spotlight-Issue61-June 2016


IEA seeks Energy Analyst – System Integration of Renewables Unit

Anne Bengtson, 26 June 2016

Description The OECD is a global economic forum working with 34 member countries and more than 100 emerging and developing economies to make better policies for better lives. Our mission is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. The Organisation provides a unique forum in which […]


Task 24 is co-editing a Special Edition on Storytelling

Sea Rotmann, 26 April 2016

In recent years, references to narratives, stories, and storytelling have become common in energy and climate change research and policy. Stories are used to communicate with, influence, and engage audiences; they help us investigate content, actors, relationships, power, and structure; they can be used to gather information, provide insight, and re-frame evidence in a way that […]


Hans Nilsson blog: Time to ramp up the multiple benefits

Anne Bengtson, 29 March 2016

It was a paradigm shift when the IEA published its first findings on multiple benefits a few years ago. Firstly since it was recognised that energy efficiency seldom occurred isolated but in most cases had important companions – benefits that also have impact on industrial output and building performance to mention some. Secondly that these […]


Spotlight Newsletter Issue 57 June 2015

Anne Bengtson, 21 June 2015

- Task 15 – Network Driven DSM: Impacts of Demand-Side Resources on Electric Transmission Network Planning – Note from the Chairman: We don’t Google – Task 17: Demand Flexibility – Dream or Reality – Task 16: A Role for Facilitators to Play – National Perspectives Download Spotlight Newsletter here


Spotlight Newsletter Issue 56 March 2015

Anne Bengtson, 21 June 2015

- Task 25: Beware: Energy Efficiency Services in the Making! – Note from the Chairman: We’ve got a new logo! – DSM University – Task 24: Did You Behave As We Designed You To? – Monitoring and Evaluating Behavioural Change in Demand Side Management – South Korea:  Energy Paradigm Shifts from Supply to Demand – […]


Spotlight Newsletter – Issue 55 – December 2014

8 December 2014

- Task 20: Branding Energy Efficiency – Note from the Chairman – DSM University: Webinar – Taking Stock – 40 years of industrial energy audits – Task 23: Smart Grids from a Consumer Perspective – Task 24: The hard life of ESCo Facilitators – If only the client knew, understood, trusted, cared and engaged… – […]


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