Sep 2018 – Cheetah, Project events, Presentations

Presentations online!
Zurich 5 Sept 2018 – 2nd CHEETAH expert workshop at the BEHAVE conference 

5 Sept 2018, 13:00–17:00 (Held as pre-conference workshop at the BEHAVE 2018 conference in Zürich). ousehold Energy Efficiency Adoption Behaviour: Integrating Findings From Choice Experiments Into Energy Models

This workshop will present findings from a series of representative choice experiments in eight EU countries regarding household energy efficiency investment decisions and discuss their integration in various energy demand models. Incorporating insights from social science theories of decision-making, behaviour and diffusion, and accounting for individual preferences for technology characteristics, responses to policies, individual attitudes and household characteristics in this way, is expected to improve the modelling of technology adoption (appliances, smart thermostats, heating systems, insulation) and of the policy effects (labels, rebates, bonus-malus incentives).
See BEHAVE conference programme here (pdf).

Registration: Participation in the pre-conference CHEETAH workshop is free of charge. If you register for BEHAVE, please also register for the pre-conference workshop. It is possible to register only for the workshop. Register here.

Agenda (download pdf)

Overview presentation (pdf)
Forecast appliance model (pdf)
First prelinimary results: Choice experiments (pdf)
Agent-based modelling of appliance adoption byhouseholds (pdf)
Invert/EE-Lab:Modelling of energy demand for heating and cooling in buildings–Link to investment decision modelling (pdf)


BRISKEE: Overview of project and major findings
(Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer ISI)
13.15-13.30 CHEETAH: Explaining project aims and logic
(Barbara Schlomann, Fraunhofer ISI)
13.30-14.15 Overview of the first survey results
(Joachim Schleich, Grenoble Ecole de Management)
14.15-14.45 Panel discussion to generate further ideas for analysing the data
14.45-15.00 Coffee Break
15.00-15.45 Presentations of the link between the survey and the three models
(TU Wien; TU Delft; Fraunhofer ISI)
15.45-16.30 Small group discussion on the implementation of the survey
into the three different approaches (ABM, Forecast (appliances),
INVERT (buildings))
16.30-17.00 Summary, Outlook and Open Discussion
(Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer ISI)