Deliverable 2.4: Construction of Typologies of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives

Charlotte Louise Jensen, Gary Goggins, Frances Fahy

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This document (ENERGISE D2.4) provides a background report on the process and results of constructing typologies of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs), that have been collected and assessed as part of Work Package 2 (WP2) in the ENERGISE project. The full list of SECIs is presented in ENERGISE D2.1 (Jensen et al., 2017). Extensive analyses of the SECIs were carried out in WP2 in order to develop typologies of SECIs. This report presents the analytical process of developing the typologies based on those analyses, as well as the resulting typologies. The methodology for collecting and assessing the SECIs is reported in ENERGISE D2.2 (Jensen, 2017).
As part of developing typologies of SECIs, the theoretical and conceptual work developed in ENERGISE WP1 has been utilised to analyse and classify SECIs. The typologies are therefore established with an embedded focus on individual, social and material contexts of SECIs, and they distinguish between individual and collective-level change. The typologies further distinguish between different understandings of resource consumption. The goal of developing typologies of SECIs is to explore and highlight the differences in approaches to sustainable energy consumption, including the differences in the way that changes in energy use are expected to come about. Two main typologies have therefore been developed; the Problem Framing Typology (PFT), which is inspired by Spurling et al.’s (2013) discussion of policy approaches to consumer behaviour, and the Resource Consumption Typology (RCT) which is inspired by the four layers of the Resource Consumption Hierarchy (RCH) developed by members of SCORAI Europe; buying green products, repairing, sharing and “back to basics” (SCORAI, 2015).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
StatusUdgivet - 27 nov. 2017

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