Rory Jones
Rory Jones
Lecturer in Built Environment, University of Plymouth
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The socio-economic, dwelling and appliance related factors affecting electricity consumption in domestic buildings
RV Jones, A Fuertes, KJ Lomas
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 43, 901-917, 2015
Driving factors for occupant-controlled space heating in residential buildings
S Wei, R Jones, P de Wilde
Energy and Buildings 70, 36-44, 2014
Determinants of high electrical energy demand in UK homes: Socio-economic and dwelling characteristics
RV Jones, KJ Lomas
Energy and Buildings 101, 24-34, 2015
Determinants of high electrical energy demand in UK homes: Appliance ownership and use
RV Jones, KJ Lomas
Energy and Buildings 117, 71-82, 2016
Stochastic behavioural models of occupants' main bedroom window operation for UK residential buildings
RV Jones, A Fuertes, E Gregori, A Giretti
Building and Environment 118, 144-158, 2017
Measured indoor temperatures, thermal comfort and overheating risk: Post-Occupancy evaluation of low energy houses in the UK
R Jones, S Goodhew, P de Wilde
CUE-2015-Applied Energy Symposium and Summit 2015: Low Carbon Cities and …, 2015
Space heating preferences in UK social housing: A socio-technical household survey combined with building audits
RV Jones, A Fuertes, C Boomsma, S Pahl
Energy and Buildings 127, 382–398, 2016
The gap between simulated and measured energy performance: A case study across six identical new-build flats in the UK
RV Jones, A Fuertes, P de Wilde
Proceedings of BS2015: 14th International Conference of the International …, 2015
“Damp in bathroom. Damp in back room. It's very depressing!” exploring the relationship between perceived housing problems, energy affordability concerns, and …
C Boomsma, S Pahl, RV Jones, A Fuertes
Energy Policy 106, 382-393, 2017
Do psychological factors relate to energy saving behaviours in inefficient and damp homes? A study among English social housing residents
C Boomsma, RV Jones, S Pahl, A Fuertes
Energy Research & Social Science 47, 146-155, 2019
Should We Play Games Where Energy Is Concerned? Perceptions of Serious Gaming as a Technology to Motivate Energy Behaviour Change among Social Housing Residents
C Boomsma, R Hafner, S Pahl, RV Jones, A Fuertes
Sustainability 10 (6), 1729, 2018
The feasibility of saving energy in challenging organisational contexts: Testing energy visualisation in a social services office in the United Kingdom
C Boomsma, J Goodhew, S Pahl, RV Jones
Energy Research & Social Science 15, 58-74, 2016
Reduced-order Modeling for Energy Performance Contracting
A Giretti, M Vaccarini, M Casals, M Macarulla, A Fuertes, RV Jones
Energy and Buildings 167, 216-230, 2018
Using building simulation to drive changes in occupant behaviour: A pilot study
P de Wilde, S Pahl, N Hamza, S Wei, R Jones, I AboHela
Chambery, France, 2013
The building energy performance gap: Up close and personal
P de Wilde, R Jones
CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium: Moving to a new world of building systems …, 2014
Using building performance simulation to save residential space heating energy: A pilot testing
S Wei, X Wang, R Jones, P de Wilde
Assessing the effectiveness of gamification in reducing domestic energy consumption: Lessons learned from the EnerGAware project
M Casals, M Gangolells, M Macarulla, N Forcada, A Fuertes, RV Jones
Energy and Buildings 210, 109753, 2020
Occupants’ space heating behaviour in a simulation intervention loop
S Wei, R Jones, S Goodhew, P de Wilde
Building Simulation Conference, 2013
Energy use in social housing residents in the UK and recommendations for developing energy behaviour change interventions
RJ Hafner, S Pahl, RV Jones, A Fuertes
Journal of Cleaner Production 251, 119643, 2020
Physical environmental and contextual drivers of occupants’ manual space heating override behaviour in UK residential buildings
A Bruce-Konuah, RV Jones, A Fuertes
Energy and Buildings 183, 129-138, 2019
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