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Rebound effects occur when potential energy savings from an energy efficiency improvement are eroded as a result of a range of economic responses to changes in costs of energy services, incomes and prices throughout the economy. We focus on a particular type of rebound effect, which results from re-spending decisions as households realise savings due to reduced energy requirements.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 4 May 2016|
|Event||All-Energy 2016: Exhibition and conference 2016 - SECC, Glasgow, United Kingdom|
Duration: 4 May 2016 → 5 May 2016
|Period||4/05/16 → 5/05/16|
- re-spending rebound effects
- energy savings
- energy effciency
- carbon saving multipliers
- CO2 savings
- household energy use
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A 'Carbon Saving Multiplier' as an alternative to rebound in considering reduced energy supply chain requirements from energy efficiency?Turner, K. & Katris, A., 30 Apr 2017, In: Energy Policy. 103, p. 249-257 9 p.
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Turner, K. & Katris, A., 30 Jan 2016, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde. 6 p.
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