Digitalisation and daily life: implications for energy demand
Insights from DEMAND Centre Research
11th May 2017, EDF LAB Paris Saclay
Welcome and introduction: Why DEMAND, Today’s topic and International Collaborative research matters. Thierry Le boucher, Directeur délégué recherche & Développement, EDF LAB Paris Saclay
Workshop’s overview and rationale. Sylvie Douzou, DEMAND/EDF, EDF LAB Paris Saclay.
SESSION 1 – CHAIR: Mathieu Durand-Daubin, DEMAND/EDF, EDF LAB Paris Saclay
How and why IT matters for energy demand. Janine Morley, DEMAND, Lancaster.
Office work: from laptop to land use. Elizabeth Shove, DEMAND, Lancaster.
Demanding business travel. Ian Jones, DEMAND, Leeds.
Digitalisation of society: A momentum for the electric vehicles? Magali Pierre and al., DEMAND/EDF, EDF Lab Paris Saclay.
SESSION 2 – CHAIR: Magali Pierre, DEMAND/EDF, EDF LAB Paris Saclay
Connecting the home – Transformation and blurring of domestic living spaces. Sylvie Douzou and Véronique Beillan, DEMAND/EDF, EDF LAB Paris Saclay.
Watching TV: A brief history of space, time and domestic energy demand. Elizabeth Shove, DEMAND, Lancaster.
Video and IT usage dynamics in France. Mathieu Durand-Daubin, EDF LAB Paris Saclay, Paris.
What do households use the internet for? Findings from DEMAND research. Janine Morley, DEMAND/Lancaster.
SESSION 3 – CHAIR: Sylvie Douzou, DEMAND/EDF, EDF Lab Paris Saclay.
Online shopping: Dynamics of household, retailers and logistic providers. Ian Jones, DEMAND, Leeds.
The Internet of Things: Automating demand. Janine Morley, DEMAND, Lancaster.
Digital infrastructures and practices: What really is changing? Elizabeth Shove, DEMAND, Lancaster.
Closing comments. Olivier Dekens, Thematic Programme Leader Energies et Territoires, EDF Lab Paris Saclay.