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Kwon, M. (author), Hudders, Liselot (author), Mlecnik, E. (author), M'Foungoulie, Kémal (author)
In the current context of energy transition, practices for reducing energy consumption are encouraged by many local authority schemes, in particular for households. Homeowners are called upon to change their energy practices to save money, while ensuring better comfort in the home.<br/>Home Energy Monitoring or Management Systems (HEMS) are...
report 2021
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Baylis, Francesca (author), Mlecnik, E. (author), Kwon, M. (author), de Snoo, Marianne (author), Oung, Oubbol (author), Nurali, Lina (author), Vos, Coen (author), M'Foungoulie, Kémal (author), Van de Vyver, Ighor (author), Van Camp, Bart (author), Vercruyce, Annick (author)
The Triple-A project aimed to install demonstration exemplars of a variety of low-carbon technologies to increase awareness and adoption of these (building/construction) technologies by homeowners. Through this, the adoption of low-carbon technologies became normalised and created ambassadors for the technologies who can influence other...
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Kwon, M. (author), Mlecnik, E. (author), Nurali, L. (author), de Snoo, M. (author)
Local authorities engaged in the Interreg 2 Seas project Triple-A aim to achieve an acceleration of the market in the owner-occupied single-family home renovation sector by increasing awareness of – and enabling access to – energy-saving technologies. This report describes local authorities' experiences of developing and using pop-up consultancy...
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Kwon, M. (author), Mlecnik, E. (author)
Through the Interreg2Seas Triple-A project, seven Local Authorities (LAs) identified and developed a set of modules for strengthening LA web portals for increasing awareness and easy access for housing retrofit, to encourage homeowners across four European Countries (Belgium, France, Netherlands and UK) to adopt different low-carbon technologies...
report 2020
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de Vries, G. (author)
Low-carbon technologies are necessary to combat global warming. However, they are often opposed by members of the general public, causing costly delays and cancellations. In this article, I argue that language may be a relevant cause of such opposition. I introduce a theoretical model describing a boomerang effect in which positively framed...
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