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Not strictly in Pecha Kucha format, this was given by Grégoire Wallenborn and Hélene Joachim at the Task 24 workshop in Brussels in September 2012.

Not strictly in Pecha Kucha format, this was given by Grégoire Wallenborn and Hélene Joachim at the Task 24 workshop in Brussels in September 2012.

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  • 1. IEA DSM – Task XXIV U.L.B. Experience Brussels, September 7, 2012 1
  • 2. Grégoire Wallenborn • Centre for Studies on Sustainable Development (IGEAT- ULB) • Coordinating interdisciplinary project research (physics and philosophy background)07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 2 2
  • 3. Hélène Joachain • Background: • economics & management • environment • Centre for Economic and Social Studies on Environment (CEESE) • Motivating sustainable behaviours • complementary currencies07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 3 3
  • 4. Frederic Klopfert • Background: • engineering • environment • energy in buildings • BEAMS-Energy • Energy-related interdisciplinary projects07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 4 4
  • 5. Interests • Sustainability, Energy-Behaviour • Viewpoints • technical • users • behaviour frameworks (motivation, incentives) • instruments • stakeholders • Households and SME • Rebound effect07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 5 5
  • 6. INESPO • Innovative Instruments for Energy Saving Policies. 2009-2012. Belspo. With KU Leuven. • How can smart meters be used to motivate for energy savings ? • Take the human aspect into consideration • Innovative idea of coupling a non-financial incentive (CC) or a market based financial incentive (WC) to SM => new policy instrument for energy savings07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 6 6
  • 7. INESPO Measure Motivate07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 7 7
  • 8. INESPO Measure Motivate CC used to influence At policy level, increasing behaviours awareness of role of behaviours07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 8 8
  • 9. Smart City Block • Smart City Block. 2011-2014. Sponsored by Electrabel. With BEAMS-Energy, ATM, OPERA, CEDD, CEESE, SBS-EM, BATIR, etc. • Concept: city renovation by block • Study of existing city renovation • Methodology for block selection • Analysis of possible offers including • technical • social • economical • Survey • Stakeholders07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 9 9
  • 10. Energy Consumption Advisor • Developping automated advice through disaggregation. 2009-2012. Innoviris. With OPERA, BEAMS-Electronics. • Development of: • NIALM algorithms for consumption advice • Business plan • User interface adapted to profiles • Goal • better comprehension of consumption • specific maintenance/monitoring07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 10 10
  • 11. Profiles • Specifying household profiles for more efficient energy demand-side management. 2004-2006. Belspo. With CRIOC and ICEDD. • Surveys: quantitative and qualitative • Some results: • Gaps between attitudes and behaviours • Diversity of interests to conserve energy. • Identification of constraints (NB. Constraints both enable and disable). • Importance of other actors (a.o. architects, technicians, …)07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 11 11
  • 12. ISEU • Integration of Standards, Users and Ecodesign in energy- using products. 2006-2010. Belspo. With CRIOC and ICEDD. • Exploration of the ecodesign and the interfaces of some appliances (heating, lights, computer, washing machines, in-home displays) • Main results: • Analysis of the EuP directive from the user’s point of view. • Standards embody some idea of users: uses are ‘scripted’. • Propositions of new interfaces. • Quantitative survey of the appropriation of in-home displays.07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 12 12
  • 13. Mitigation policy and social justice • Climate change mitigation policies and social justice. Analysis of three measures and recommendations. 2011. King Baudouin Fundation. • Analysis of 3 measures from the point of view of social justice: • Carbon tax. • Street by street renovation • Smart meters roll-out07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 13 13
  • 14. THESPI • Tools for Household Energy-Saving Practices Innovation. 2010-2012. Electrabel. With CEESE (ULB) and KUL. • Exhaustive review of social tools to help households to reduce their energy consumption (including feedback and segmentation). • Analysis of the ‘smart energy box’ appropriation by Electrabel’s customers.07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 14 14
  • 15. HECoRE • Household Energy Consumption and Rebound Effects. 2010-2012. Belspo. With U.Antwerp and ICEDD. • Review of theoretical and empirical litterature on rebound effects. • Explanation of rebound effects by different disciplines (economics, social psychology, sociology).07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 15 15
  • 16. BEUC • Empowering Consumers through Smart Metering. 2011-2012. BEUC. With F. Klopfert. • Analysis of recent European studies about the impact of smart meters and feedback on household energy consumption. • Recommendations for the roll-out of smart meters.07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 16 16
  • 17. Interest in IEADSM Task XXIV • Understanding of the implicit hypotheses of the different models about behaviour change. • Adopting the pov of end users: practice theory approach. • Analysis of policy measures: articulation and coordination (or not) of different dimensions. • Smart metering for energy savings07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 17 17
  • 18. Thank you for your attention. frederic.klopfert@ulb.ac.be helene.joachain@ulb.ac.be gregoire.wallenborn@ulb.ac.be07/09/2012 ULB - IEA DSM Task XXIV 18 18