Impact of time-use behaviour on residential energy consumption in the United Kingdom
Online portal for visualising the impact of everyday actions on our demand for energy
COVID-19 lockdowns in the United Kingdom: Exploring the links between changes in time use, work patterns and energy-relevant activities
The price is not right! Energy demand, Time of Use tariffs, values and social practices
Work-related practices: An analysis of their effect on the emergence of stable practices in daily activity schedules
Can household heating be more flex-friendly and keep occupants cosy?
Value of demand flexibility for managing wind energy constraint and curtailment
Energy demand and its temporal flexibility: Approaches, criticalities and ways forward
Electricity consumption pattern analysis beyond traditional clustering methods: A novel self-adapting semi-supervised clustering method and application case study
I’m coming home (to charge): The relation between commuting practices and peak energy demand in the United Kingdom
Development of a profile-based electricity demand response estimation method: An application based on UK hotel chillers
Who needs flexibility anyway?
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