Comfort References

Reference page for the DEMAND Dictionary entry: Comfort. For the full dictionary, click here.

1. Research Insight: ‘If the Walls Could Talk – Daily Rhythms and Energy Use in Stevage’

2. Research Insight: ‘If the Walls Could Talk – Central Heating Comes to Stevenage’

3. Research Insight: Transitions in Heat – The Arrival and Disappearance of Gas Central Heating.

4. Carlsson-Hyslop, A. (2016) “Past Management of Energy Demand: Promotion and Adoption of Electric Heating in Britain 1945 – 1964”. Environment and History, 22: 75-102.
DOI: 10.3197/096734016×14497391602242

5. Kuijer, L. and Watson, M. (2017) ” ‘That’s when we started using the living room’: Lessons from a local history of domestic heating in the United Kingdom”, Energy Research and Social Science, 28: 77 – 85.
DOI: 10.1016/j.erss.2017.04.010

6. Trentmann, F. and Carlsson-Hyslop, A. (2017) “The evolution of energy demand in Britain: Politics, daily life and public housing, 1920s – 1970s”, The Historical Journal
DOI: 10.1017/S0018246X17000255

7. Walker, G. (2014) Why room temperature needs to be taken down a notch. The Conversation

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