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Task 24: Subtask 4 – Austria Country Recommendations

22 October 2015

These are the final recommendations, to do’s and not to do’s for Austria for Phase I.


Task 24: Subtask 2 – Austria’s Energy Hunt & €CO2 Management

22 October 2015

This report highlights two in-dept case studies from Austria – the Energy Hunt (Energiejagd) and €CO2 Management. Both were projects undertaken within wider EU programmes and they tackled the same issue – residential energy use reduction, with very different approaches: The Energy Hunt was highly social, had a gamification element and was low tech; €CO2 management was based on the neoclassical deficit model (provide information and incentives) and more high tech in its feedback mechanisms. They both saved some energy but the Energy Hunt was arguably more successful, particularly in the participation and enjoyment of end users who were a more active part of the creation and implementation of the programme.

 


Task 24 – Subtask 9: IEPEC Beyond kWh Scoping Paper

26 August 2015

This paper, presented at the 2015 IEPEC conference in the US, is entitled “Exploring Deep Savings: A Toolkit for Assessing Behavior-Based Energy Interventions” and was co-authored by Dr Beth Karlin (University of California, Irvine, USA), Dr Rebecca Ford (University of Otago, New Zealand) and Dr Cynthia McPherson Frantz (Oberlin College, USA).

This paper argues for a more systematic and comprehensive approach to the evaluation of behavior-based energy interventions, and describes a preliminary toolkit that is currently being developed and validated in conjunction with the International Energy Agency Demand Side Management Programme (IEA DSM) Task 24 on Behavior Change as well as two large investor-owned utilities. The approach is informed by theories and empirical research on behavior change as well as a content analysis of 85 behavior-based energy interventions. It includes questions on: context (demographics), user experience (ease of use, engagement), material culture (what people have), energy practices (what people do), and beliefs around energy use (what people think). It forms the background scoping paper for the work that will be undertaken by Dr Karlin et al  and which is co-funded by PG&E and SCE during 2015-16. In 2017, we will validate the behavioral toolkit and its various modules in the participating Task 24 countries and develop any country-context specific updates.

Task 24 – Subtask 2: The Netherlands Power Matching City

8 July 2015

This is the Dutch Case Study for Subtask 2 in the Smart Meter/Feedback Domain.


Task 24 – Subtask 3: eceee summer study 2015 evaluation paper

23 June 2015

This paper describes our Subtask 3 insights into how to improve evaluation of behavioural interventions – by going both ‘beyond kWh’ and ‘beyond energy’. Ruth Mourik presented it in a highly engaging way, showcasing Task 24’s storytelling methodology.

Task 24: eceee 2015 summer study evaluation paper


Task 24: eceee summer study 2015 storytelling paper

23 June 2015

This very well received paper was presented at the 2015 eceee summer study to over 150 people. It represents an overview of the various ways Task 24 has used storytelling as ‘translation’ methodology and the theoretical basis behind some of the narrative categories.

Task 24: eceee 2015 summer study storytelling paper


Task 24 – Phase II: Work Plan

23 June 2015

The all-important work plan for Phase II, outlining exactly what we are planning to do, how and with whom and what the Task Sharing and budget responsibilities are.

Task 24 – Phase II: Work Plan


Task 24: EEIP Magazine Article

23 June 2015

A Task 24 article on storytelling, using the Norwegian Finnfjord case study, published in EEIP Magazine.

Task 24 – Subtask 2: EEIP Magazine Dec 2013


Task 24 – Phase I: Task Flyer

23 June 2015

The last Task Flyer with all major Phase I results.

Task 24 – Phase I: Flyer


Task 24 – Subtask 4: Netherlands Recommendations

23 June 2015

NL

This report outlines the guidelines, recommendations, to do’s and not to do’s for Dutch stakeholders. It also goes through the different phases of behavioural interventions and our results in each of them and re-iterates the Dutch case studies in light of the international best practice recommendations from Task 24.

Task 24 – Subtask 4: Recommendations Netherlands


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