Identifying behavioural predictors of small power electricity consumption in office buildings

@inproceedings{Tetlow2015IdentifyingBP,
  title={Identifying behavioural predictors of small power electricity consumption in office buildings},
  author={Richard M. Tetlow and Chris Van Dronkelaar and C. Philip Beaman and Abbas Elmualim and Kevin Couling},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract It is widely accepted that there is a gap between design and real world operational energy consumption. The behaviour of occupants is often cited as an important factor influencing building energy performance. However, its consideration, both during design and operation, is overly simplistic, often assuming a direct link between attitudes and behaviour. Alternative models of decision making from psychology highlight a range of additional influential factors and emphasise that occupants… CONTINUE READING

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