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A Feedback Perspective on the Diffusion of Energy-Efficient Renovations

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Energy book series (LNEN, volume 14)

Abstract

This chapter addresses the following research question: “What are the most important processes which cause the diffusion of energy-efficient renovations” In order to answer this question, this chapter proposes a dynamic hypothesis of how important actors interact with each other and their environment in order to affect the diffusion of energy-efficient renovations. This chapter presents the main feedback loops that will be implemented into the large SD simulation model.

Keywords

Housing Market Energy Price Building Design Emission Target Civil Society Actor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Greenwood Strategic Advisors AGUnterägeriSwitzerland

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