Societal Synchronisation References

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

1. DEMAND Animated Video Series – Episode 4: Changing Energy Demand: Why Social Practices Matter

2. Cross Cutting Research Insight: Institutional Rhythms – Ideas and Opportunities for Energy and Mobility Demand Management in the NHS

3. Research Insight: What Makes Peak Electricity Demand? – Insights from a Time Use Analysis

4. Research Insight: Lightening the Load – Changes in the Timing of Laundry

5. Anderson, B. (2016) Laundry, energy and time: Insights from 20 years of time-use diary data in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science, 22, 125-136. DOI:

6. Torriti, J (2017) Understanding the timing of energy demand through time use data: Time of the day dependence of social practices. Energy Research & Social Science, 25, 37-47. DOI 10.1016/j.erss.2016.12.004

7. Torriti, J. (2014) A Review of Time Use Models of Residential Electricity Demand. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 37, 265-272. DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2014.05.034

8. Torriti, J., Druckman, A., Anderson, B., Yeboah, G. and Hanna, R. (2015) Peak Residential Electricity Demand and Social Practices: Deriving Flexibility and Greenhouse Gas Intensities from Time Use and Locational Data. Indoor and Built Environment, 24(7), 891-912. DOI: 10.1177/1420326X15600776

9. Walker, G. (2014) The Dynamics of Energy Demand: Change, Rhythm and Synchronicity. Energy Research and Social Science, 1, 49-55. DOI: 10.1016/j.erss.2014.03.012

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