Outputs

Journal Papers

Reports

Conference Papers

  • Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., Boomsma, C., & Goodhew, S. (2015). ‘It’s fffffffrrreezsing!…thought thermal imaging might shed some light as to where the heat’s going!’ Can visualisation shed a light on heating? Proceedings from the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 2015, France.
  • Boomsma, C., Pahl, S., Goodhew, J., & Gardner, A. (2015). Daily behaviour and energy saving strategies. Proceedings from the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 2015, France.
  • Wei, S., Goodhew, J., Rafiq, Y., Pahl, S., & De Wilde, P. (2015). Energy efficiency educator – early stages of an interactive tool to help reduce heating energy demand in residential buildings.Proceedings from the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 2015, France.
  • Goodhew, J., Boomsma, C., Pahl, S. (2014). A longitudinal mixed method study of the role of tailoring in the design of visual interventions for domestic energy efficiency. Proceedings from BEHAVE’14, Oxford, UK.
  • Stone, B., Guest, R., Pahl, S., & Boomsma, C. (2014). Exploiting gaming technologies to visualise dynamic thermal qualities of a domestic dwelling: Technical and human factor challenges. Proceedings from BEHAVE’14, Oxford, UK.
  • Burrows, R., Johnson, P., & Johnson, H. (2014). Influencing Behaviour by Modelling User Values: Energy Consumption. Proceedings from the PERSUASIVE’14 Workshop on Behavior Change Support Systems. Padova, Italy.
  • Rafiq, Y., Wei, S. & de Wilde, P. (2014). Applying artificial neural networks to promote behaviour change for saving residential energy. Proceedings from the International Workshop on Artificial Neural Networks and Intelligent Information Processing. Vienna, Austria.
  • Wei, S., de Wilde, P. & Rafiq, Y. (2014). Using Artificial Neural Networks to assess reduction in residential energy demand by changing occupant behaviour. Proceedings from EG-ICE Conference 2014. Cardiff, UK.
  • Wei, S., Jones, R. & de Wilde, P. (2014) Extending the UK’s green deal with the consideration of occupant behaviour, Proceedings from Conference of Building Simulation and Optimization CL, 23-24 June, London, UK.
  • Wei, S., Jones, R. & de Wilde, P. (2014) Using building performance simulation to save residential space heating energy: A pilot test, Proceedings from Windsor Conference ‘Counting the Cost of Comfort in a Changing World’ , Cumberland Lodge, 10-13 April, Windsor, UK.
  • De Wilde, P. & Jones, R. (2014). The building energy performance gap: Up close and personal. Proceedings from the CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium: Moving to a new world of building systems performance, April 3-4, Dublin, Ireland.
  • De Wilde, P., Pahl, S., Hamza, N., Wei, S., Jones, R. & Abohela, I. (2013). Using building simulation to drive changes in occupant behaviour: A pilot study. Proceedings from Building Simulation 2013 Conference. Chambery, France.
  • Wei, S., Jones, R., Goodhew, S. & De Wilde, P. (2013). Occupant space heating behaviour in a simulation-intervention loop. Proceedings from Building Simulation 2013 Conference. Chambery, France.
  • Abohela, I., Hamza, N. & Dudek, S. (2013). Building heights and urban configuration effects on wind flow above a barrel vaulted roof. Proceedings from Building Simulation 2013 Conference. Chambery, France.
  • Abohela, I., Hamza, N. & Dudek, S. (2013). Urban wind turbines: Potentials and constraints. Proceedings from CISBAT 2013 Conference: Clean Technology for Smart Cities and Buildings, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Abohela, I., Hamza, N., & Dudek, S. (2013). Variables affecting the performance of urban wind turbines. Proceedings from Building Simulation Cairo 2013 Conference – Towards Sustainable & Green Built Environment, Cairo, Egypt.
  • Pahl, S., de Wilde, P., Goodhew, J., Boomsma, C., Jones, R., & Goodhew, S. (2013). eViz – Energy visualisation for carbon reduction in buildings. Proceedings from the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 2013, France.
  • Hamza, N., & de Wilde, P. (2013). Building performance simulation visualization as investment decision making enablers for sustainable buildings. CISBAT 2013 Conference: Clean Technology for Smart Cities and Buildings, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Conference Presentations (without proceedings)

  • Pahl, S., Goodhew, J., Boomsma, C., & Goodhew, S. (2015). The power of thermal imaging to change energy understanding and action. 11th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology. Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Boomsma, C., Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., & Jones, R. (2015). Encouraging energy saving in the workplace: Reflections from a field study. 11th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology. Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Goodhew, J., Boomsma, C., Pahl, S., & Goodhew, S. (2015). Exploring mental models of home heating. 11th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology. Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Burrows, R., Johnson, H., & Johnson, P. (2014). Online Social Media Systems to Influence Pro-environmental Behaviour: Modelling the Drivers of our Energy-use. BEHAVE’14, Oxford, UK.
  • Wei, S. (2014). Comparing alternative occupant classification approaches when modelling occupant window opening behaviour. ANNEX 66 first expert meeting. Hong Kong, China.
  • Boomsma, C., Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., & Goodhew, S. (2014). The role of tailoring in the design of visual interventions for energy efficiency. ICAP 2014, Paris, France.
  • Boomsma, C., Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., & Goodhew, S. (2014). Engaging individuals with energy efficiency: A field study on thermal imaging and the role of tailoring. IAPS 23, Timisoara, Romania.
  • Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., Auburn, T., & Goodhew, S. (2013). Making Heat Visible: Promoting Energy Conservation Behaviours Through Thermal Imaging. 10th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Magdeburg, Germany.
  • Boomsma, C. Goodhew, J., Pahl, S., Guest, R., & Stone, B. (2013). eViz: Visualisation for Carbon Reduction in Buildings. 10th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Magdeburg, Germany.

Posters

Publicity

‘Behaviour: Seeing heat saves energy’ – Nature Energy, 11 January 2016

‘Making heat visible: Thermal images motivate household energy efficiency’ – Our common future, 30th June 2015

‘University to lead million pound energy visualisation project to help cut down their bills’ – Plymouth University press release, 9th May 2012

‘Plymouth University £1.1m for energy project’ – this is Devon, 10th May 2012

Invited Talks

  • Boomsma, C. (2015). The eViz Project: Energy Visualisation for Carbon Reduction. Devon and Cornwall Energy and Environmental Management Group event.
  • Pahl, S. (2015). Visualising energy for behaviour change: Insights from the eViz project. Cardiff University: Psychology International Speaker Series.
  • De Wilde, P. (2014). Building Energy Performance: The Human Factor. University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering.
  • Boomsma, C. (2014). eViz: Energy visualisation for carbon reduction. Horizon Human Behaviour Seminar, Horizon Digital Economy Research Group, University of Notttingham.
  • Wei, S. (2014). A comparison of alternative occupant classification approaches for the modelling of occupant window opening behaviour in office buildings. ANNEX 66 second national meeting. Shang Hai, China.
  • Wei, S. (2014). Research on occupant behaviour in Europe. First ANNEX 66 national meeting, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
  • Goodhew, J. (2013). “We’re on fire!” Can energy saving actions be promoted through the technology of thermal imaging, UCL Energy Institute.
  • Goodhew, J. (2013). Promoting energy efficiency in homes by making heat visible through thermal imaging, Devon & Cornwall Energy and Environmental Management Group.
  • De Wilde, P. (2013). Energy Monitoring – More than just kWh. Energy Event, NEC, Birmingham.
  • Abohela, I. (2013). Ongoing research: Overview of the eViz project. Society of Building Science Educators (SBSE) Retreat 2013: Measuring Design: Models + Metrics, Pomona, California.
  • De Wilde, P. (2013). eViz: Building Simulation as a Driver for Changes in Occupant Behaviour. World Summit on Building simulation Research, Philadelphia, USA

Further Funding

  • EnerGAware: Energy Game for Awareness of energy efficiency in social housing communities (EC Horizon 2020 call: EE-11 New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency). February 2015 – February 2018. Value: €2M

  • Making solar gain visible. ISSR Small Collaborative Awards for Sabine Pahl and Julie Goodhew in partnership with Plymouth Energy Community. Value £4417
  • BuildTEDDI funding: Shen Wei has received funding to attend the first expert meeting of IEA ANNEX 66: Definition and Simulation of Occupant Behaviour in Buildings, 12-14 March, 2014, in Hong Kong. Value: £700
  •  DECC funding: Rory Jones, Pieter de Wilde and Alba Fuertes (Environmental Building Group, Plymouth University) with NatCen, BSRIA and Energy Saving Trust. Expert advice on the design of a hypothetical randomised control trial on smarter heating controls. Reference No: 546/12/2012. Value: £11,940.
  •  DECC funding: Goodhew, S., Pahl, S. & De Wilde, P. (2013). Thermal imaging intervention as part of Cornwall together. In collaboration with the Eden Project, Value: £65,000

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