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Gesche Huebner
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Explaining domestic energy consumption–The comparative contribution of building factors, socio-demographics, behaviours and attitudes
GM Huebner, I Hamilton, Z Chalabi, D Shipworth, T Oreszczyn
Applied Energy 159, 589-600, 2015
2702015
Understanding electricity consumption: A comparative contribution of building factors, socio-demographics, appliances, behaviours and attitudes
G Huebner, D Shipworth, I Hamilton, Z Chalabi, T Oreszczyn
Applied Energy 177, 692-702, 2016
2542016
Domestic energy consumption—What role do comfort, habit, and knowledge about the heating system play?
GM Huebner, J Cooper, K Jones
Energy and Buildings 66, 626-636, 2013
1882013
Drivers of diversity in human thermal perception–A review for holistic comfort models
M Schweiker, GM Huebner, BRM Kingma, R Kramer, H Pallubinsky
Temperature 5 (4), 308-342, 2018
1632018
Public acceptability of domestic demand-side response in Great Britain: the role of automation and direct load control
MJ Fell, D Shipworth, GM Huebner, CA Elwell
Energy Research & Social Science 9, 72-84, 2015
1612015
Consumer demand for time of use electricity tariffs: A systematized review of the empirical evidence
ML Nicolson, MJ Fell, GM Huebner
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 97, 276-289, 2018
1462018
Are consumers willing to switch to smart time of use electricity tariffs? The importance of loss-aversion and electric vehicle ownership
M Nicolson, G Huebner, D Shipworth
Energy Research & Social Science 23, 82-96, 2017
1342017
Heating patterns in English homes: Comparing results from a national survey against common model assumptions
GM Huebner, M McMichael, D Shipworth, M Shipworth, M Durand-Daubin, ...
Building and Environment 70, 298-305, 2013
1142013
Saving energy with light? Experimental studies assessing the impact of colour temperature on thermal comfort
GM Huebner, DT Shipworth, S Gauthier, C Witzel, P Raynham, W Chan
Energy Research & Social Science 15, 45-57, 2016
1082016
Evaluating assumptions of scales for subjective assessment of thermal environments–Do laypersons perceive them the way, we researchers believe?
M Schweiker, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, RR Alprianti, H Alsaad, ...
Energy and Buildings 211, 109761, 2020
992020
The reality of English living rooms–A comparison of internal temperatures against common model assumptions
GM Huebner, M McMichael, D Shipworth, M Shipworth, M Durand-Daubin, ...
Energy and Buildings 66, 688-696, 2013
752013
The shape of warmth: temperature profiles in living rooms
GM Huebner, M McMichael, D Shipworth, M Shipworth, M Durand-Daubin, ...
Building Research & Information 43 (2), 185-196, 2015
732015
Validity of energy social research during and after COVID-19: challenges, considerations, and responses
MJ Fell, L Pagel, C Chen, MH Goldberg, M Herberz, GM Huebner, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 68, 101646, 2020
702020
All about size?–The potential of downsizing in reducing energy demand
GM Huebner, D Shipworth
Applied Energy 186, 226-233, 2017
652017
Exploring perceived control in domestic electricity demand-side response
MJ Fell, D Shipworth, GM Huebner, CA Elwell
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 26 (10), 1118-1130, 2014
552014
Old and cold? Findings on the determinants of indoor temperatures in English dwellings during cold conditions
IG Hamilton, A O’Sullivan, G Huebner, T Oreszczyn, D Shipworth, ...
Energy and Buildings 141, 142-157, 2017
492017
The potential for energy reduction in UK commercial offices through effective management and behaviour change
M Mulville, K Jones, G Huebner
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 10 (1-2), 79-90, 2014
492014
Learning illumination-and orientation-invariant representations of objects through temporal association
G Wallis, BT Backus, M Langer, G Huebner, H Bülthoff
Journal of vision 9 (7), 6-6, 2009
482009
Energy-saving occupant behaviours in offices: change strategies
M Mulville, K Jones, G Huebner, J Powell-Greig
Building Research & Information 45 (8), 861-874, 2017
432017
His, hers or both's? The role of male and female's attitudes in explaining their home energy use behaviours
S Yang, M Shipworth, G Huebner
Energy and Buildings 96, 140-148, 2015
402015
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