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D5: Interaction Schemes for Successful Energy Demand Side Management
Thursday, 30 July 2009 11:41

D5 presents the comprehensive body of knowledge from theoretical inquiry into relevant social scientific literature; an in depth meta- analysis of 27 energy demand-side management case studies and workshops with external practitioners from various European countries. Particular attention is awarded to the importance of interactions between intermediary practitioners and end users.

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D6: Conceptual framework and model: Synthesis report for policy makers
Thursday, 30 July 2009 11:59

D6 presents a practical and conceptual framework of intermediary demand-side practice. This framework follows from the comprehensive body of knowledge that has resulted from theoretical investigation and empirical research (D5). D6 conceptualises  the relationships that must be taken into account to develop demand side programmes which address context, timing and actors to promote durable behavioural changes. D6 targets policymakers and those working with demand side management projects and includes recommendations for both.

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D7: Conceptualizing and understanding intermediaries in context
Thursday, 30 July 2009 12:05

D7 identifies intermediary practices in Europe. The identification of intermediary practices is important as it is ‘energy intermediaries’ that mediate between policy priorities and end-user practices. This report conceptualises the different roles and the strategic capabilities needed by energy intermediaries. Through an analysis of 25 European case studies the report ‘gets inside’ energy intermediary practice to improve our understanding of who intermediaries are, how they function, what problems the encounter. and how they can do better.

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