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Steven Firth
Steven Firth
Senior Lecturer in Building Performance Modelling, School of Civil and Building Engineering
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Identifying trends in the use of domestic appliances from household electricity consumption measurements
S Firth, K Lomas, A Wright, R Wall
Energy and buildings 40 (5), 926-936, 2008
4152008
Central heating thermostat settings and timing: building demographics
M Shipworth, SK Firth, MI Gentry, AJ Wright, DT Shipworth, KJ Lomas
Building Research & Information 38 (1), 50-69, 2010
3012010
Targeting household energy-efficiency measures using sensitivity analysis
SK Firth, KJ Lomas, AJ Wright
Building Research & Information 38 (1), 25-41, 2010
2942010
A simple model of PV system performance and its use in fault detection
SK Firth, KJ Lomas, SJ Rees
Solar energy 84 (4), 624-635, 2010
2902010
Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 106, 12-32, 2014
2742014
Turning lights into flights: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson
Energy policy 55, 234-250, 2013
2742013
Pre-installation challenges: classifying barriers to the introduction of smart home technology
L Oliveira, A May, V Mitchell, M Coleman, T Kane, S Firth
Loughborough University, 2015
2202015
The nature of domestic electricity-loads and effects of time averaging on statistics and on-site generation calculations
A Wright, S Firth
Applied Energy 84 (4), 389-403, 2007
2132007
National survey of summertime temperatures and overheating risk in English homes
A Beizaee, KJ Lomas, SK Firth
Building and Environment 65, 1-17, 2013
2052013
Embodied and operational energy for new-build housing: A case study of construction methods in the UK
CR Iddon, SK Firth
Energy and Buildings 67, 479-488, 2013
1592013
How are UK homes heated? A city-wide, socio-technical survey and implications for energy modelling
T Kane, SK Firth, KJ Lomas
Energy and Buildings 86, 817-832, 2015
1092015
Context, control and the spillover of energy use behaviours between office and home settings
C Littleford, TJ Ryley, SK Firth
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 157-166, 2014
1092014
Modeling occupant behavior in buildings
S Carlucci, M De Simone, SK Firth, MB Kjśrgaard, R Markovic, ...
Building and Environment 174, 106768, 2020
1062020
A data management platform for personalised real-time energy feedback
D Murray, J Liao, L Stankovic, V Stankovic, R Hauxwell-Baldwin, C Wilson, ...
IET, 2015
882015
Investigating CO2 emission reductions in existing urban housing using a community domestic energy model
SK Firth, KJ Lomas, AJ Wright
Building Simulation 9, 2098-2105, 2009
712009
Information, communication and entertainment appliance use—Insights from a UK household study
M Coleman, N Brown, A Wright, SK Firth
Energy and Buildings 54, 61-72, 2012
542012
Life-cycle assessment of a 100% solar fraction thermal supply to a European apartment building using water-based sensible heat storage
A Simons, SK Firth
Energy and Buildings 43 (6), 1231-1240, 2011
542011
Challenges for capturing and assessing initial embodied energy: a contractor’s perspective
PJ Davies, S Emmitt, SK Firth
Construction Management and Economics 32 (3), 290-308, 2014
532014
Smart homes, control and energy management: How do smart home technologies influence control over energy use and domestic life?
T Hargreaves, R Hauxwell-Baldwin, M Coleman, C Wilson, L Stankovic, ...
ECEEE-2015, 2015
512015
Measurement and analysis of household carbon: The case of a UK city
D Allinson, KN Irvine, JL Edmondson, A Tiwary, G Hill, J Morris, M Bell, ...
Applied Energy 164, 871-881, 2016
442016
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