EnergyREV Co-l for User Engagement, Preferences and Behaviour
Sarah Darby is an Associate Professor with the Environmental Change Institute’s Energy Programme at the University of Oxford. She analyses energy systems in socio-technical terms, as the products of interactions between human activities, hardware, rules, knowledge and practical know-how. Her research interests centre on the human dimensions and environmental impacts of smart technology adoption, the potential for distributed demand response, and business models for community energy. Within the EnergyRev Plus project, she will be responsible for evaluating the effectiveness and inclusiveness of smart tools for user engagement with a local energy system. Further information at http://www.eci.ox.ac.uk/people/sdarby.html.