Kirsten Gram-Hanssen
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen
Professor in Sustainable Everydaylife
Verified email at sbi.aau.dk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Residential heat comfort practices: understanding users
K Gram-Hanssen
Building Research & Information 38 (2), 175-186, 2010
4282010
Understanding change and continuity in residential energy consumption
K Gram-Hanssen
Journal of consumer culture 11 (1), 61-78, 2011
3782011
Standby consumption in households analyzed with a practice theory approach
K Gram‐Hanssen
Journal of Industrial Ecology 14 (1), 150-165, 2010
3472010
House, home and identity from a consumption perspective
K Gram‐Hanssen, C Bech‐Danielsen
Housing, theory and society 21 (1), 17-26, 2004
1732004
Consuming technologies–developing routines
K Gram-Hanssen
Journal of Cleaner Production 16 (11), 1181-1189, 2008
1562008
Do homeowners use energy labels? A comparison between Denmark and Belgium
K Gram-Hanssen, F Bartiaux, OM Jensen, M Cantaert
Energy Policy 35 (5), 2879-2888, 2007
1382007
New needs for better understanding of household's energy consumption–behaviour, lifestyle or practices?
K Gram-Hanssen
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 10 (1-2), 91-107, 2014
1212014
Efficient technologies or user behaviour, which is the more important when reducing households’ energy consumption?
K Gram-Hanssen
Energy Efficiency 6 (3), 447-457, 2013
1182013
Different everdayday lives. Different patterns of electricity use
K Gram-Hanssen, C Kofod, KN Petersen
2004 ACEEE Summer study on energy efficiency in buildings, 2004
892004
A practice–theory approach to homeowners' energy retrofits in four European areas
F Bartiaux, K Gram-Hanssen, P Fonseca, L Ozoliņa, TH Christensen
Building Research & Information 42 (4), 525-538, 2014
872014
Greening the Danes? Experience with consumption and environment policies
TH Christensen, M Godskesen, K Gram-Hanssen, MB Quitzau, I R°pke
Journal of Consumer Policy 30 (2), 91-116, 2007
852007
Retrofitting owner-occupied housing: remember the people
K Gram-Hanssen
Building Research & Information 42 (4), 393-397, 2014
802014
Existing buildings–Users, renovations and energy policy
K Gram-Hanssen
Renewable Energy 61, 136-140, 2014
742014
Teenage consumption of cleanliness: how to make it sustainable?
K Gram-Hanssen
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 3 (2), 15-23, 2007
742007
Home dissolution: what happens after separation?
K Gram-Hanssen, C Bech-Danielsen
Housing Studies 23 (3), 507-522, 2008
672008
Sustainable living and co-housing: evidence from a case study of eco-villages
B Marckmann, K Gram-Hanssen, TH Christensen
Built Environment 38 (3), 413-429, 2012
612012
Householdsand# 8217; Energy Use-Which is the More Important: Efficient Technologies or User Practices?
K Gram-Hanssen
World Renewable Energy Congress-Sweden; 8-13 May; 2011; Link÷ping; Swedená…, 2011
612011
Incorporating inhabitants’ everyday practices into domestic retrofits
L Vlasova, K Gram-Hanssen
Building Research & Information 42 (4), 512-524, 2014
592014
Making ‘Smart Meters’ smarter? Insights from a behavioural economics pilot field experiment in Copenhagen, Denmark
S Bager, L Mundaca
Energy Research & Social Science 28, 68-76, 2017
56*2017
Air-to-air heat pumps in real-life use: Are potential savings achieved or are they transformed into increased comfort?
K Gram-Hanssen, TH Christensen, PE Petersen
Energy and Buildings 53, 64-73, 2012
562012
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