Towards a Consumer-Driven Energy System: Understanding Human Behaviour
Venue: Hosted by the Technical University of Denmark
Dates: 12 October 2017 - 13 October 2017
Organiser: Experts' Group on R&D Priority Setting and Evaluation
Contact Email: email@example.com
This workshop will focus on “A Consumer-Driven Energy System: Understanding Human Behaviour”. Participants will explore the individual and organisational behaviour and decision-making related to the energy use in order to inform more effective R&D planning and policies.
The workshop will result in a summary report that aims to identify challenges concerning human-centred methods and perspectives and to highlight best practice.
In addition to EGRD members and national experts, we are seeking input from social scientists, behavioural economists, RD&D decision-makers, strategic planners and programme managers from industry, academia, think tanks, national laboratories, government and non-governmental entities. Participation is by invitation only.
Session 1: Introduction
Accelerating energy technologies in the Danish context: Anders Hoffman, Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate
Session 2: Setting the scene
Behaviour change research collaboration: Insights, tools and results: Sea Rotmann, Sustainable Energy Advice
What drives energy consumers?: Thijs Bouman, University of Groningen
Multi-perspective system analyses for robust energy decision support: Bert Droste-Franken, EA European Academy GmbH
Session 3: Human-centred analytics to enhance policy effectiveness
Prosumers: Mathew Kennedy, International Energy Research Centre
Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services: Ruth Mourik, DuneWorks B.V.
Impacts of energy choices - examples of research approaches with quantitative data collection and analysis: Tiina Koljonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Applying behavioural economics to move to a more sustainable future: Karl Purcell, Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland (SEAI)
Session 4 : The consumer at the centre of a distributed energy system
Energy for society: Prof. Benjamin Sovacool, University of Sussex and Aarhus University
The consumer at the centre of a distributed energy system: Elisabeth Düttschke, Fraunhofer ISI
Residential behaviour-based energy efficiency programmes and activities in Japan: Dr. Ji XUAN, Ph.D., Jyukankyo Research Institute
City of Tomorrow (E_PROFIL) - neighbourhood profiles for optimised energy transformation processes: Prof. Daniel Latzer, Technical University of Vienna
Behaviour and decision-making concerning energy efficiency in the chemical industry: Lieven Stalmans, Borealis, European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)
What do people want from (low carbon) heat at home and how can we find out?: Matthew Lipson, Catapult
Session 5: R&D policies and decision making
Knowledge-action networks: Erik Pihl, Future Earth Stockholm
R&D policies and programmes with (and for) citizens: Annika Sohre, Swiss Centre for Excellence for Energy, Society and Transition (SCCER-CREST)
Social Science and the Humanities within Horizon 2020 - meeting European Energy Challenges: Gerd Schonwalder, Policy Officer for Strategy, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (RTD), European Commission
Session 6: Summary and workshop close
Chair: Birte Holst Jorgensen, DTU