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 D12 (2.54 MB)

The purpose of D12 is to provide an overview of the six pilot projects carried out in the course of the project. The report outlines the scope and objectives of the different pilot projects and gives an overview of the pilot projects' target groups and the different types of intervention that have been chosen. The report also describes how the pilot projects evolved over time in response to input from CHANGING BEHAVIOUR and feedback from stakeholders.

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 D13_Report_on_self-evaluation (1.01 MB)

 

D13 provides an overview and self-evaluation of the entire CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project. Based on the outcomes of CHANGING BEHAVIOUR, recommendations for policy makers and intermediary organizations are formulated. Based on our own experiences, we also provide recommendations on how to organize action research and how to develop a toolkit or guideline. Full report:  D13_Report_on_self-evaluation (1.01 MB)  

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This report constitutes part of Deliverable 14 of the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project. It accompanies D14, the Make Energy Change Happen (MECHanisms) Toolkit, which is available online at: http://mechanisms.energychange.info/. The online toolkit is the actual deliverable, and this paper version provides some information on how MECHanisms was developed, and provides some illustrative examples of what it contains. Full report:  D14_toolkit_for_practitioners (2.29 MB)

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 D4_final (490.18 kB)

Demand-side programmes have exhibited a range of more and less successful results, but the reasons for success or failure are not fully understood. Deliverable 4 presents a meta-analysis of 27 case studies from various EU countries. It makes an in-depth analysis of causes for success and failure, with a special focus on the role of context, timing and actors.  D4_final (490.18 kB)

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 D5_final (1.33 MB)

D5 presents the comprehensive body of knowledge from theoretical inquiry into relevant social scientific literature; an in depth meta- analysis of 27 energy demand-side management case studies and workshops with external practitioners from various European countries. Particular attention is awarded to the importance of interactions between intermediary practitioners and end users.  D5_final (1.33 MB)

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 D6_final (1019.38 kB)

D6 presents a practical and conceptual framework of intermediary demand-side practice. This framework follows from the comprehensive body of knowledge that has resulted from theoretical investigation and empirical research (D5). D6 conceptualises the relationships that must be taken into account to develop demand side programmes which address context, timing and actors to promote durable behavioural changes. D6 targets policymakers and those working with demand side management projects and includes recommendations for both.

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 D7_final (716 kB)

 

 

D7 identifies intermediary practices in Europe. The identification of intermediary practices is important as it is ‘energy intermediaries’ that mediate between policy priorities and end-user practices. This report conceptualises the different roles and the strategic capabilities needed by energy intermediaries. Through an analysis of 25 European case studies the report ‘gets inside’ energy intermediary practice to improve our understanding of who intermediaries are, how they function, what problems the encounter. and how they can do better.

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