Research by the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) has been published as a book edited by Kirsten Jenkins and Debbie Hopkins.
Transitions in Energy Efficiency and Demand – The Emergence, Diffusion and Impact of Low-Carbon Innovation
On 19 November consumer rights group Which? published a report warning energy suppliers that they need to triple the current rate of smart meter installation to meet the target of replacing existing meters in every UK home by 2020. This would mean installing 30 smart meters per minute every day for the next two years …
According to a new report published by CIED, more ambitious mix of policies are needed to deliver the required energy savings in UK homes by 2035.
Warm Homes for All – A comprehensive policy approach for residential energy efficiency retrofit in the UK
A new paper co-authored by Jan Rosenow looks at evaluations of low carbon building technologies in the UK residential sector.
If low-energy buildings are to become more widespread, new policy drivers will be crucial say researchers based at CIED at the University of Sussex.
Technical skills, disinterest and non-functional regulation: Barriers to building energy efficiency in Finland viewed by energy service companies
A new paper co-authored by Paula Kivimaa looks at the barriers to building energy efficiency in Finland.
A new paper by CIED researchers argues that policy is a key driver behind low energy innovation in the building sector in Europe.
Researchers at CIED have submitted a response to the BEIS consultation on ‘Building a market for energy efficiency in the UK’.