Social Science Perspectives on Electric Mobility, Smart Energy Technologies, and Energy Use in Buildings – A Comprehensive Literature Review

Biresselioglu, M. E. et al. (2017) Social Science Perspectives on Electric Mobility, Smart Energy Technologies, and Energy Use in Buildings – A Comprehensive Literature Review. Documentation. Echoes.

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Abstract

This report forms the basis for further research in ECHOES and gives at the same time an overview about the state - of - the - art. Based on a literature review with an initial screening of several thousand sources (and 597 sources reviewed), research from all three ECHOES research perspectives and technology foci were mapped and research gaps identified which will be addressed in ECHOES. The overall conclusion i s that there already is a considerable amount of research that deals with specific technologies , problem areas , or research perspectives , but there are shortcomings related to more comprehensive and integrated analyses . The existing literature identifies f actors playing a role in decision - making on the household level with respect to all of the listed issues in relation to all three foci, i.e. micro- , meso- and macro- level. However, it does so in a fragmented and disciplinary siloed way.

Item Type:Research Reports or Papers (Documentation)
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Koksvik, Dr Gitte
Authors: Biresselioglu, M. E., Burov, A., Carrus, G., Demir, M. H., Dimitrova, E., Fritsche, I., Kaplan, M. D., Klöckner, C. A., Koksvik, G., Masson, T., Mutafchiiska, I., Panno, A., Røyrvik, J., Schwarzinger, S., Skjølsvold, T., Tasheva, M., Tiberio, L., Velte, D., and Vesely, S.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:Echoes

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