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ETI Insights Report - How Can People Get The Heat They Want At Home, Without The Carbon ?

Citation Lipson, M. ETI Insights Report - How Can People Get The Heat They Want At Home, Without The Carbon ?, ETI, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000646.
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Author(s) Lipson, M.
Project partner(s) Energy Systems Catapult
Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000646
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Abstract The energy we use on heating and hot water at home produces about 20% of UK carbon emissions. Reductions have been made, but progress is slower than required and may become more challenging. Previous cuts have been relatively simple and cheap. Deeper cuts could prove more disruptive, complex and costly. The ESC has conducted extensive consumer research for the ETI to understand how to put consumers at the heart of decarbonising heat. This bespoke blend of studies has developed a range of consumer-led key headlines:
  • Low carbon heating must appeal to consumers if the UK is to tackle climate change.
  • Consumers might welcome solutions if they enhanced their experiences using heat at home.
  • Consumers will need help to get high quality experiences from low carbon heating solution.
  • Policies could harness the emerging ‘smart home’ to garner public support for decarbonising heat.
  • Decarbonisation could help the vulnerable access basic energy services, but there are also risks.
Associated Project(s) ETI-SS1501: Smart Systems and Heat (SSH) Programme - Consumer Behaviour Study
Associated Dataset(s) No associated datasets
Associated Publication(s)

Consumer Response and Behaviour - An addendum to the request for proposals

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Environmental Monitoring to inform Social Research

Consumer Response and Behaviour - External Factors Report (WA5 WP5.3)

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Literature Review

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Pilot Research Methodology Presentation

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Pilot Research Report Presentation

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Primary Consumer Research (Phase 1) Report (WA5 WP5.4)

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Provisional Consumer Segmentation

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Quantifying heat energy needs and behaviours - Final Report

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Request for Proposals

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Smart Energy Solutions - the Consumer Perspective - Final Report WA5

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Solution Scenarios Report (WA5 WP5.5)

Consumer Response and Behaviour - Synthesis Report - “Smart” Starts with the Consumer

Consumer Response and Behaviour - What people need and do that involves heat energy: Findings from qualitative research

List of projects for the ETI Smart Systems and Heat (SSH) Programme

SSH Stagegate 1 - Review of International Smart Systems and Heat Initiatives - Final Report