Interesting selection of articles to be presented in Birmingham tomorrow. Keep your eyes on this for full papers.

Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

The paper summaries and presentation slides from the Postgraduate symposium on household energy consumption, technology and efficiency that took place in Birmingham on the 6th of June 2012 are now available.

The programme of the symposium can be found here.

The symposium will be followed by a one day-seminar on the same topic –  click here for the programme and abstracts.

Abstracts for the symposium can found at the following links:

Robert Marchand, University of Sheffield: The need for participatory stakeholder processes for fuel poverty problem definition, measurement and policy formulation. Click here for the presentation file.

Lauren Probert, University of Loughborough: Finding the fuel poor: an exploration of challenges and practicable solutions. Click here for the presentation file.

Rachel Macrorie, University of East Anglia: Energising communities: the dynamics and governance of everyday domestic practices in a low-carbon living context. Click here…

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