Postgraduate symposium on household energy consumption, technology and efficiency, 6th of June 2012 – programme available

i am really interested in this phd symposium at the university of birmingham. worth spending a day over! many interesting research about participatory approach and creative engagement. all focused around domestic intervention, but that’s where research in behaviour-change started!

Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

The symposium is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Midlands Energy Graduate School and organised by the ADMIER project team (http://espru.wordpress.com/admier/)

Extended abstracts for the event can be found here.

The symposium will be followed by a one day-seminar on the same topic – click here for the programme and abstracts.

9.30-10.00: Registration

10.00-10.10: Introduction

10.10-11.10: Energy governance (Chair: Saska Petrova, University of Birmingham)

Robert Marchand, Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability, University of Sheffield: The need for participatory stakeholder processes for fuel poverty problem definition, measurement and policy formulation

Lauren Probert, School of Civil Engineering, University of Loughborough: Finding the fuel poor: an exploration of challenges and practicable solutions

Rachel Macrorie, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia: Energising communities: the dynamics and governance of everyday domestic practices in a low-carbon living context

11.10-12.30Smart…

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