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IEA DSM Implementing Agreement    Subtasks of Task XXIV                Task XXIV            Closing the Loop -Behaviour Ch...
Subtasks are we ?                  who of Task XXIVTHEORY                                                                 ...
The Implementing Agreement    Text           3           3
what isTask                                        What is DSM?                                   Subtasks of DSM? XXIV•  ...
what is DSM in Task 24?Interventions (top-down and bottom-up policies,programmes and actions) developed and performed byin...
whySubtasks of Task XXIV                 behaviourChange?                 What Behaviour change?•   It is estimated that u...
what isisenergy-using behaviour ?      Subtasks of Task XXIV  What Energy-Using Behaviour? •    Energy-using behaviour ref...
an important caveat           An important caveat    In this Task, a successful behaviour change outcome results inimprove...
premise of Task 24That the current energy efficiency gap results from:      Homo sapiens sapiens ≠ Homo economicus      ...
objective ofXXIV 24  Task Objectives offor Task XXIV    Premise Task Text         10
targetAudience of Taskof Task 24    Target audience XXIV1. Intermediaries2. Policymakers3. (Research) funders/investors4. ...
special features of XXIV 24               Premise for of Task Task       Some special featuresTask XXIVText               ...
subtasks     Subtasks of for Task XXIV       Premise Task XXIV                         5-                    Expert platfo...
subtask ISubtaskPremise for Task XXIV        I - Helicopter Overview                  •   Overview of models,             ...
subtask I -                 models of understandingA model of understanding, framework or discipline includes all discipli...
subtask II -SubtaskPremise for Task XXIV        I - Helicopter Overview        specific case studies             16
subtask III -           evaluation WHAT IS A SUCCESSFUL LONG-TERMBEHAVIOUR CHANGE OUTCOME TO YOU?           17
subtask IV -    Subtask IV: Country-specificcountry-specific recommendations         recommendations               18
subtask V - expertXXIV     Subtasks of Task platform       JOIN US?http://ieadsmtask24.ning.com/?    xgi=2BL7hIynBcWAir
questions or comments?     drsea@orcon.net.nz
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IEA DSM Task 24 overview

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The overview of our International Energy Agency Demand Side Management Implementing Agreement Task 24 on Behaviour Change.

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IEA DSM Task 24 overview

  1. 1. IEA DSM Implementing Agreement Subtasks of Task XXIV Task XXIV Closing the Loop -Behaviour Change in DSM: From Theory to Practice Dr Sea Rotmann Operating Agent, Espoo Workshop Nov 14, 2012
  2. 2. Subtasks are we ? who of Task XXIVTHEORY PRACTICERuth: Science and Technology Studies, Cross-EU Behaviour Change research projects, DSM consulting Sea: Animal behaviour studies, research funding & evaluation, sustainable energy policy, sustainability implementation
  3. 3. The Implementing Agreement Text 3 3
  4. 4. what isTask What is DSM? Subtasks of DSM? XXIV• Demand Side Management (DSM) generally refers to changes that originate from the demand (energy user) side.• Reduce the total demand for energy (conservation), whilst providing the same service (energy efficiency) and shift demand from peak periods to off-peak periods (load-management). Text 4 Pics via: tatapower.com, jcwinnie.biz, Guardian.co.uk, Treehugger.com,
  5. 5. what is DSM in Task 24?Interventions (top-down and bottom-up policies,programmes and actions) developed and performed byintermediaries (government agencies, utilities, DSMimplementers) that seek to influence the ways end usersconsume energy at home, at their workplace or whilsttravelling. The changes sought by intermediaries may includethe quantity of energy consumed for a given service,patterns of energy consumption or the supplymanagement and type of energy consumed.The intended outcomes of demand side management will differ withthe aspirations of intermediaries but include energy efficiency,energy conservation, sufficiency, reduced greenhouse gasemissions or (peak) load management.
  6. 6. whySubtasks of Task XXIV behaviourChange? What Behaviour change?• It is estimated that up to 30% of energy demand is locked in the so-called ‘behavioural wedge’. This ‘wedge’ includes peoples’ habitual behaviours and peoples’ investment and purchasing behaviours Household actions can provide a behavioral wedge to rapidly reduce US carbon emissions (Dietz, Gardner, Gilligan, Stern and Vandenbergh), 2009 6
  7. 7. what isisenergy-using behaviour ? Subtasks of Task XXIV What Energy-Using Behaviour? • Energy-using behaviour refers to all human actions that relate to the use of externally acquired energy. It includes the non- individual process of acquiring energy- related technologies and materials and functions, their maintenance; and consumption of energy as a system that is translated in practice. WHAT WE DO and WHAT WE DO IT WITH 7
  8. 8. an important caveat An important caveat In this Task, a successful behaviour change outcome results inimproved energy use by households and businesses. This does notnecessarily focus solely on an immediate reduction in total energy use, but on the most efficient and environmentally friendly use ofenergy to derive the services that underpin societal and economic wellbeing. 8
  9. 9. premise of Task 24That the current energy efficiency gap results from: Homo sapiens sapiens ≠ Homo economicus overly technocratic approaches the limited transfer of best practice and good research to the policy domain the lack of meaningful monitoring and evaluation tools 9
  10. 10. objective ofXXIV 24 Task Objectives offor Task XXIV Premise Task Text 10
  11. 11. targetAudience of Taskof Task 24 Target audience XXIV1. Intermediaries2. Policymakers3. (Research) funders/investors4. Technology developers, industry 11 Pics via: theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com, dreamstime.com, agu.org, lifesupplemented.org, rassutassu.com, change.comminit.com
  12. 12. special features of XXIV 24 Premise for of Task Task Some special featuresTask XXIVText 12
  13. 13. subtasks Subtasks of for Task XXIV Premise Task XXIV 5- Expert platform1- Helicopter 2- 3- 4- overview of In depth Evaluation Country- models, analysis in tool for specificframeworks, areas of stakeholders project ideas, contexts, greatest need action planscase studies and pilot and projects evaluation metrics 13
  14. 14. subtask ISubtaskPremise for Task XXIV I - Helicopter Overview • Overview of models, disciplines, frameworks • Overview of definitions • Overview of experts • Inventory of evaluation metrics and contexts • Inventory of DSM case studies • Navigation tool to translate theory to be useful by practitioners 14
  15. 15. subtask I - models of understandingA model of understanding, framework or discipline includes all disciplinaryand interdisciplinary theoretical approaches and insights to investigating,influencing and measuring energy-using behaviours in individuals and society. 15
  16. 16. subtask II -SubtaskPremise for Task XXIV I - Helicopter Overview specific case studies 16
  17. 17. subtask III - evaluation WHAT IS A SUCCESSFUL LONG-TERMBEHAVIOUR CHANGE OUTCOME TO YOU? 17
  18. 18. subtask IV - Subtask IV: Country-specificcountry-specific recommendations recommendations 18
  19. 19. subtask V - expertXXIV Subtasks of Task platform JOIN US?http://ieadsmtask24.ning.com/? xgi=2BL7hIynBcWAir
  20. 20. questions or comments? drsea@orcon.net.nz

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