User-Centred Energy Systems Academy
#30 Energy Retrofits: The One Stop Shop as a solution to Consumer Hesitancy and Supply Chain Growth in Ireland – Josephine Maguire (SEAI)
#29 How are energy communities/districts contributing to energy transition? – Selin Yilmaz (Senior Researcher and Teaching Fellow @University of Geneva)
#28 Project LEO – understanding the power of flexibility in a smart local energy system – Saskya Huggins (Low Carbon Hub) and Charlotte Hewes (SSEN). https://project-leo.co.uk/
#27 The tokenization of energy assets – The jump starter for decentralized energy markets – Kai Siefert (Managing Director of Riddle & Code Energy).
#26 How can energy standards help to promote Gender Equality and Social Inclusion? – Reihana Mohideen (Australia), Greg Adamson (IEEE) and Anna Åberg (Sweden).
#25 Introducing a new toolkit to apply behavioural insights to energy policy – Jesper Akesson & Ondrej Kacha (The Behaviouralist).
#24 How to engage hard-to-reach energy users – case study examples from around the world – Dr Sea Rotmann (NZ) and Dr Danielle Butler (UK).
#23 Recent IEA Analysis from the Energy Efficiency Market Report 2021. Speakers – Emi Bertoli and Nicholas Howarth, IEA. Presentation Slides.
#22 Regulating peer-to-peer energy trading and community self-consumption models. GO-P2P Task.
#21 Are we getting the best out of Smart Home Technologies? The role of usability. Speaker – Tom Furlong, Energy Systems Catapult, UK.
#20 Hard to decarbonise and hard to reach: developing solutions that work for planet and people. Presented by Professor Aimee Ambrose, Sheffield Hallam University, Chair of the Fuel Poverty Research Network and Professor Rokia Raslan, Vice Dean for Innovation and Enterprise, University College London.
#19 Encouraging heat pump adoption in Ireland: Insights from Behavioural Economics. Presented by Karl Purcell, the Program Manager of the Behavioural Economics unit at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). Presentation Slides.
#18 Including gender: policy choices towards a just energy transition. Presented by Mariëlle Feenstra – University of Twente, Joy Clancy – University of Twente and Martin Hultman – Chalmers University. Presentation Slides.
#17 Making a social license to automate demand side flexibility. Presented by Dr Sophie Adams and Dr Declan Kuch (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia) Task Leaders of the UsersTCP “Social License to Automate” Task. Presentation Slides.
#16 What’s the right method to find how much energy smart meters save? Presented by Andrew Schein (BIT) and Kevin Gornall (BEIS). Presentation Slides.
#15 The world after Covid – How have behavioural changes affected energy demand and what does this mean for the future? Jeremy Sung (IEA), David Shipworth (UsersTCP Chair/UCL) and Linda Steg (University of Groningen) joined a discussion following a presentation of findings from Energy Efficiency 2020 and the World Energy Outlook 2020 which show the IEA’s latest analysis on Covid-19 related behaviour changes. Presentation Slides.
#14 What can entrepreneurs and their business models contribute to accelerating the energy transition? – Dr. Ruth Mourik (DuneWorks B.V.), Operating Agent for the UsersTCP Business Models and Systems Annex. Presentation Slides.
#13 Time to step up performance-based energy efficiency measurement and verification efforts in Europe – Claudia Canevari from the EU Commission, Samuel Thomas from the Regulatory Assistance Project and Mark Lister from the Efficiency Valuation Organization. Presentation Slides
#12 Introducing the Global Observatory on Peer-to-Peer, Community Self-Consumption and Transactive Energy Models (GO-P2P) – Alexandra Schneiders, GO-P2P Operating Agent. Presentation Slides.
#11 Applying behavioural insights to demand side energy policies and programmes: where do we stand? – Elisabetta Cornago from the International Energy Agency. Presentation Slides.
#10 Power to the people: shifting control over electricity to citizens and consumers – David Robinson from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Presentation Slides.
#9 “Households are happy to join together and provide power flexibility for climate action.” – Pierre Bivas from Voltalis. Presentation Slides.
#8 Smart, Energy-Saving Homes: What’s Stopping Us? – Steven Beletich, Operating Agent, 4E TCP Electronic Devices and Networks Annex. Presentation Slides.
#7 How to reach the hard-to-reach (energy users)? – Dr Sea Rotmann, Operating Agent, HTR Annex, Users TCP. Presentations Slides.
#6 Using human-centred design to improve energy efficiency policy – David Pryor (New South Wales Government, Australia). Presentation slides.
#5 How do countries legislate to support renewables to meet the needs of domestic consumers and renewables producers – Professor Penelope Crossley, University of Sydney. Presentation slides.
#4 Recent IEA Analyses on behind-the-meter energy system trends – Jeremy Sung and Tim Goodson, IEA
#3 Entrepreneurship in the Energy Transition – Ruth Mourik, Operating Agent Annex on Energy Services Supporting Business Models and Systems. Presentation slides.
#2 Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading and Community Self-Consumption in St. Gallen – Verena Tiefenbeck, ETH
#1 Putting users at the centre of EV grid integration Julia Hildermeier and Christos Kolokathis, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)
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