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Developing methods to model local area temporal domestic electricity demand

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Publications

ENA Open Networks Project: Flexibility Consultation 2020–a response

Author(s): Ben Anderson and Tom Rushby
Published in: 2020
Publisher: University of Southampton

A response to: The Sixth Carbon Budget and Welsh emissions targets–Call for Evidence

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: 2020
Publisher: University of Southampton

Estimating the Technical Potential of Residential Demand Response in New Zealand: A Summary of Results

Author(s): Carsten Dortans, Ben Anderson, Michael Jack, Janet Stephenson
Published in: GREEN Grid Project Report, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

NZ GREEN Grid Household Electricity Demand Data EECA Data Processing (Part A) Report v1.0

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: Technical Report (for the NZ Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority), 2019
Publisher: University of Otago

Accelerating Electric Vehicle Uptake in New Zealand: an information gap analysis

Author(s): Myall, Daniel, Moller, Henrik, Ivanov, Dima, Gentle, Hannah, Barnett, Joe, Anderson, Ben, Parker, Rafferty, Jack, Michael, and Love, Donald.
Published in: Flip The Fleet Research Report No. 4 (A Review for The Parliamentary Commissioner for Environment), 2019
Publisher: University of Otago/FlipTheFleet

NZ GREEN Grid Household Electricity Demand Data: EECA Data Analysis (Part B) Report v2.1

Author(s): Carsten Dortans, Ben Anderson and Michael Jack
Published in: Technical Report (for EECA), 2019
Publisher: University of Otago

NZ GREEN Grid Household Electricity Demand Data: EECA Data Analysis (Part C) Upscaling Advice Report v1.0

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: Technical Report (for EECA), 2019
Publisher: University of Otago

A preliminary analysis of changes in outdoor air quality in the City of Southampton during the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak to date: a response to DEFRA’s Call for Evidence 1 on Estimation of changes in air pollution emissions, concentrations and exposure during the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK.

Author(s): Ben Anderson and Kim Dirks
Published in: 2020
Publisher: University of Southampton

Lightening the load: quantifying the potential for energy-efficient lighting to reduce peaks in electricity demand

Author(s): Carsten Dortans, Michael W. Jack, Ben Anderson, Janet Stephenson
Published in: Energy Efficiency, 13/6, 2020, Page(s) 1105-1118, ISSN 1570-646X
Publisher: Springer Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/s12053-020-09870-8

Ensuring statistics have power: Guidance for designing, reporting and acting on electricity demand reduction and behaviour change programs

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Tom Rushby, Abubakr Bahaj, Patrick James
Published in: Energy Research & Social Science, 59, 2020, Page(s) 101260, ISSN 2214-6296
Publisher: Elsevier Limited
DOI: 10.1016/j.erss.2019.101260

Detailed comparison of energy-related time-use diaries and monitored residential electricity demand

Author(s): Kiti Suomalainen, David Eyers, Rebecca Ford, Janet Stephenson, Ben Anderson, Michael Jack
Published in: Energy and Buildings, 183, 2019, Page(s) 418-427, ISSN 0378-7788
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2018.11.002

SAVE: Testing domestic electricity consumption flexibility

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Tom Rushby
Published in: University of Otago: OERC Public Lecture, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Social Practices, Transitions & the Use of Time: Options for understanding and assessing socio-technical change

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: Towards Sustainability Transitions in the Anthropocene: beyond behaviour change?, 2018
Publisher: Royal Society Te Apārangi: Wellington

Neighbourhood Demand Profiles: Why, how and how far have we got?

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: GREEN Grid Project Update, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

SAVE: A large scale randomised control trial approach to testing domestic electricity consumption flexibility in the UK

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Tom Rushby
Published in: University of Otago: Department of Econmics Seminar, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Non-energy energy policies and the use of time: Explaining shifts in UK electricity demand from 1974 to 2014

Author(s): Ben Anderson & Jacopo Torriti
Published in: Centre for Sustainability Public Lecture, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Energy Cultures: Why people don’t do what they ‘should’...

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Janet Stephenson
Published in: IEA Energy in Buildings and Communities Technical Symposium, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Seeing the light: The effects of LED light bulb installation on electricity demand in UK households:: results of a large n randomised control trial

Author(s): Tom Rushby, Ben Anderson, Abubakr Bahaj, Patrick James
Published in: 12th OERC Energy & Climate Change Symposium 2018, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Electrifying Heat: Patterns of electricity consumption in electrically heated households in the UK and New Zealand

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Tom Rushby, Michael Jack
Published in: 8th International Conference on Energy and Environment of Residential Buildings, 2018
Publisher: University of Otago

Warm, dry, healthy homes and peak electricity demand: Wham-wham or win-win?

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: BRANZ Household Energy Study Scoping Workshop, 2019
Publisher: University of Otago

Small Area Temporal Household Electricity Demand Microsimulation Models for New Zealand: Why, how and how far have we got?

Author(s): Ben Anderson
Published in: 2019 Regional Studies Association Australasia Conference, 2018
Publisher: Regional Studies Association Australasia

Will Flipping the Fleet F**k the Grid?

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Rafferty Parker, Daniel Myall, Henrik Moller, and Michael Jack
Published in: IAEE Asia-Oceania 2020: Energy in Transition, 2020
Publisher: IAEE Asia-Oceania

Experiences of spatial microsimulation with ‘big’ and ‘little’ data: A comparison of models for (parts of) the United Kingdom and New Zealand

Author(s): Ben Anderson, Tom Rushby, Abubakr Bahaj, Patrick James
Published in: 7th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association, 2019
Publisher: International Microsimulation Association