CHEETAH by Deliverable
Jun 2017 [Project events, CHEETAH by Deliverable]
The CHEETAH team arranged a solutions workshop at the eceee 2017 Summer Study in Presqu'île de Giens, France, entitled ”CHEETAH – Market-based instruments for energy efficiency from a consumer perspective”.
Jul 2017 [CHEETAH project reports, CHEETAH by Deliverable]
Literature review on concepts
Emile Chappin, Lydia Stougie, Sabine Pelka, Kornelis Blok (TU Delft
Gengyang Tu, Corinne Faure, Joachim Schleich (GEM)
Sibylle Braungardt (Fraunhofer ISI)
Aug 2017 [CHEETAH project reports, CHEETAH by Deliverable]
Working paper on Modelling and Survey: Work package 3. This report is submitted as deliverable 3.2 in the CHEETAH project The report provides an overview of implementation of factors and policy response in existing models relevant to the project. It is amodelling box of the pre-analyss phase that provides input to the design of the survey and the developments of the energy demand modelling and agent-based modelling.
Emile Chappin, Laurens Hesselink, Kornelis Blok; TU Delft
Andreas Müller, TU Wien
Benjamin Fries, Sibylle Braungardt, Fraunhofer ISI
Aug 2017 [CHEETAH by Deliverable, CHEETAH project reports]
This report is submitted as deliverable 3.3. in the CHEETAH project. The CHEETAH project has the objectivesof providing evidence-based input to energy efficiency policy-making by investigating the role of policy in household energy efficiency decision-making on the ree levels.
Sibylle Braungardt, Antoine Durand, Barbara Schlomann, Jan Steinbach /Fraunhofer ISI)
Joachim Schleich (GEM)
Lorraine Whitmarsh, Colin Whitttle (Cardiff University)
[D 3.3 Changing energy efficiency technology adoption in households – Working paper on policies]
Sep 2017 [Project events, CHEETAH by Deliverable]
Changing energy efficiency technology adoption in households - Documentation for first expert workshop.
This report is submitted as deliverable 4.1 in the CHEETAH project with the aim of documenting the expert workshop with the title "Market-based instruments for energy efficiency from a consumer perspective", carried out as a solutions workshop at the eceee summer study 2017 on June 1st from 15:00-16:00.
Authors: Benjamin Fries, Sibylle Braungardt (Fraunhofer ISI)