Ray Galvin
Ray Galvin
Department of Architecture, Cambridge University UK; ERC RWTH-Aachen University, Germany
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Introducing the prebound effect: the gap between performance and actual energy consumption
M Sunikka-Blank, R Galvin
Building Research & Information 40 (3), 260-273, 2012
How many interviews are enough? Do qualitative interviews in building energy consumption research produce reliable knowledge?
R Galvin
Journal of Building Engineering 1, 2-12, 2015
Thermal upgrades of existing homes in Germany: The building code, subsidies, and economic efficiency
R Galvin
Energy and Buildings 42 (6), 834-844, 2010
Making the ‘rebound effect’more useful for performance evaluation of thermal retrofits of existing homes: defining the ‘energy savings deficit’and the ‘energy performance gap’
R Galvin
Energy and buildings 69, 515-524, 2014
Evaluating the evaluations: Evidence from energy efficiency programmes in Germany and the UK
J Rosenow, R Galvin
Energy and Buildings 62, 450-458, 2013
Economic viability in thermal retrofit policies: Learning from ten years of experience in Germany
R Galvin, M Sunikka-Blank
Energy Policy 54, 343-351, 2013
Why German homeowners are reluctant to retrofit
R Galvin
Building Research & Information 42 (4), 398-408, 2014
Impediments to energy-efficient ventilation of German dwellings: A case study in Aachen
R Galvin
Energy and Buildings 56, 32-40, 2013
Estimating broad-brush rebound effects for household energy consumption in the EU 28 countries and Norway: some policy implications of Odyssee data
R Galvin
Energy Policy 73, 323-332, 2014
Irrational homeowners? How aesthetics and heritage values influence thermal retrofit decisions in the United Kingdom
M Sunikka-Blank, R Galvin
Energy Research & Social Science 11, 97-108, 2016
German Federal policy on thermal renovation of existing homes: a policy evaluation
R Galvin
Sustainable Cities and Society 4, 58-66, 2012
Back to reality: How domestic energy efficiency policies in four European countries can be improved by using empirical data instead of normative calculation.
MH Laurent, B Allibe, T Oreszczyn, I Hamilton, R Galvin, C Tigchelaar
European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE), 2013
The Rebound Effect in Home Heating: A guide for policymakers and practitioners
R Galvin
Routledge, 2015
The UK homeowner-retrofitter as an innovator in a socio-technical system
R Galvin, M Sunikka-Blank
Energy Policy 74, 655-662, 2014
Targeting ‘behavers’ rather than behaviours: a ‘subject-oriented’approach for reducing space heating rebound effects in low energy dwellings
R Galvin
Energy and buildings 67, 596-607, 2013
Including fuel price elasticity of demand in net present value and payback time calculations of thermal retrofits: Case study of German dwellings
R Galvin, M Sunikka-Blank
Energy and Buildings 50, 219-228, 2012
Schatzkian practice theory and energy consumption research: Time for some philosophical spring cleaning?
R Galvin, M Sunikka-Blank
Energy research & social science 22, 63-68, 2016
Quantification of (p) rebound effects in retrofit policies–Why does it matter?
R Galvin, M Sunikka-Blank
Energy 95, 415-424, 2016
Are passive houses economically viable? A reality-based, subjectivist approach to cost-benefit analyses
R Galvin
Energy and buildings 80, 149-157, 2014
The ICT/electronics question: Structural change and the rebound effect
R Galvin
Ecological Economics 120, 23-31, 2015
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