Sarah Darby
Sarah Darby
Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
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The effectiveness of feedback on energy consumption
S Darby
A Review for DEFRA of the Literature on Metering, Billing and direct …, 2006
Smart metering: what potential for householder engagement?
S Darby
Building research & information 38 (5), 442-457, 2010
Making it obvious: designing feedback into energy consumption
S Darby
Energy efficiency in household appliances and lighting, 685-696, 2001
40% House
B Boardman, S Darby, G Killip, M Hinnells, CN Jardine, J Palmer, ...
Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2005
Social implications of residential demand response in cool temperate climates
SJ Darby, E McKenna
Energy Policy 49, 759-769, 2012
Using peer-to-peer energy-trading platforms to incentivize prosumers to form federated power plants
T Morstyn, N Farrell, SJ Darby, MD McCulloch
Nature Energy 3 (2), 94-101, 2018
Social learning and public policy: Lessons from an energy-conscious village
S Darby
Energy policy 34 (17), 2929-2940, 2006
Energy feedback in buildings: improving the infrastructure for demand reduction
S Darby
Building Research & Information 36 (5), 499-508, 2008
Metering: EU policy and implications for fuel poor households
SJ Darby
Energy Policy 49, 98-106, 2012
“Home is where the smart is”? Evaluating smart home research and approaches against the concept of home
K Gram-Hanssen, SJ Darby
Energy Research & Social Science 37, 94-101, 2018
Smart technology in the home: time for more clarity
SJ Darby
Building Research & Information 46 (1), 140-147, 2018
Consumer–supplier–government triangular relations: rethinking the UK policy path for carbon emissions reduction from the UK residential sector
Y Parag, S Darby
Energy Policy 37 (10), 3984-3992, 2009
Literature review for the energy demand research project
S Darby
London: Ofgem (Office of Gas and Electricity Markets), 2010
Energy advice: what is it worth?
S Darby
Proceedings of the European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Summer …, 1999
Potential carbon impacts of smart grid development in six European countries
S Darby, J Strömbäck, M Wilks
Energy Efficiency 6 (4), 725-739, 2013
Enough is as good as a feast–sufficiency as policy
S Darby
European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2007
Solar photovoltaic self-consumption in the UK residential sector: New estimates from a smart grid demonstration project
E McKenna, J Pless, SJ Darby
Energy Policy 118, 482-491, 2018
Load management at home: advantages and drawbacks of some ‘active demand side'options
SJ Darby
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2013
Reducing the environmental impact of housing. Final report
J Palmer, B Boardman, C Bottrill, S Darby, M Hinnells, G Killip, R Layberry, ...
Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2006
Why, what, when, how, where and who? Developing UK policy on metering, billing and energy display devices
S Darby
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), 2008
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