Reports

Mourik, R., Jeuken, Y., de Zeeuw, M., Uitdenbogerd, D., van Summeren, L., Wilhite, H., Robison, R., Heidenreich, S., Blahová, M., Pidoux, B., Kern-Gillars, T., Arrobbio, O., Throndsen, W., Fox, E., Nikolaev, A., Radulov, L., Sari, R., Sumpf, P. and Balint L., 2017. Energy efficiency and using less – a social sciences and humanities annotated bibliography. Cambridge: SHAPE ENERGY.
 
Mourik, R., Bouwknegt, R., 2017. Mind your business: entrepreneurs, their  dynamic capabilities, context and new  business models for energy efficiency  services, in: FOUNDATIONS OF FUTURE ENERGY POLICY. Presented at the ECEEE 2017 Summer Study – Consumption, efficiency & limits, eceee, pp. 29–39.
 
Cobben, D., Mourik, R.M., Breukers, S.C., Rotmann, S., 2017. Higher Education and ICT. IEA-DSM.
 
Mourik, R.M., Bouwknegt, R., Castaldi, C., Huijben, H.J.J.C., 2016. Effective business model design and entrepreneurial skills for energy efficiency services, in: 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency. Presented at the BEHAVE 2016, Coimbra.
 
Breukers, S.C., Mourik, R.M., Van Summeren, L.F.M., Verbong, G.P.J. (2016) Giving Voice to Residents. Environmental justice and sustainable transformations of Dutch social housing neighbourhoods. Duneworks-TU/e, Eindhoven. The executive summary can be downloaded here.
 
Van Summeren, L.F.M., Mathijsen, T., Mourik, R.M., Cobben, D.Y.P., Breukers, S.C. (2016) Factsheets End-User Involvement and Multiple Benefits in Sustainability Projects. Duneworks-TU/e, Eindhoven.
 
Van Summeren, L.F.M., Breukers, S.C., Mourik, R.M. (2016). The Voicer: Building blocks to sustainably improve a place with residents (citizens, end-users). Duneworks-TU/e, Eindhoven.
 
Tolkamp, J. (2015) Literature review – User-centred business model innovation for energy efficiency. IEA DSM Task 25.
 
Mourik, R.M.; van Summeren, L.F.M.; Breukers, S.C.; Rotmann, S. (2015). Did you behave as we designed you to? A positioning paper on monitoring & evaluation. IEA DSM Task 24, Subtask 3 Deliverable 3A.
 
Van Summeren, L.F.M.; Mourik, R.M.; Rotmann, S. (2015). From “I think I know” to “I understand what you did and why you did it”. IEA DSM Task 24, Subtask 3 Deliverable 3B.
 
Mourik, R.M.; Rotmann, S. (2015). Guidelines and Recommendations for the Netherlands. IEA DSM Task 24, Subtask 4 Deliverable.
 
Mourik, M., Rotmann, S., Mathijsen, T. (2014). The life of ESCo Project Facilitators; if only the client knew, understood, trusted, cared and engaged… Commissioned by Task 16 of the IEA DSM programme. The 5-pager can be found Here.
 
Mourik, R.M. (2014). PowerMatching City: power to the people? – Showcasing the PowerMatching City project on user engagement. IEA DSM TASK 24 Subtask 2 report
 
Mourik, R. M., Rotmann, S., & et al. (2013). Most of the time what we do is what we do most of the time. And sometimes we do something new. Analysis of case studies IEA DSM Task 24: Closing the Loop- behaviour Change in DSM: From Theory to Practice. (Deliverable 2 for IEA Implementing Agreement DSM Task 24.).
 
Breukers, S, & Mourik, R.M. (2013). The end-users as starting point for designing dynamic pricing approaches to change household energy consumption behaviours (p. 94). Netbeheer Nederland.
 
Breukers, S, Mourik, R.M., Backhaus, J., Mathijsen, T, Brunsting, S, Uyterlinde, M, & Pol, M. (2013). Effectief beleid voor duurzaam gedrag: Een internationale vergelijking. Studie voor de Raad voor de Leefomgeving en Infrastructuur (RLI). (p. 105). Raad voor de Leefomgeving en Infrastructuur (RLI).
 
Brunsting, S, Uyterlinde, M, Pol, M, Tigchelaar, C, Breukers, S.C., Mourik, R.M., … Mathijsen, T. (2013). Effectief beleid voor duurzaam gedrag: Een thematische vergelijking. Studie voor de Raad voor de Leefomgeving en Infrastructuur (RLI). Raad voor de Leefomgeving en Infrastructuur (RLI).
 
Mourik, R. M., Breukers, S.C., & Rotmann, S. (2012). Draft position Paper IEA DSM TASK XXIV: Closing the Loop – Behaviour Change in DSM: From theory to practice. Subtaks 1- Helicopter Overview. Presented at the Closing the Loop – Behaviour Change in Demand Side Management conference,, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, UK.
 
Mourik, R. M. (2011). De klant centraal. Het kiezen en ontwerpen van waardevolle Energie Management klant-product combinaties: een kapstok (Rapport voor Essent) (p. 52).
 
Mourik, R. M. (2011). Een segmentering voor vier slimme meter pilots. (Rapport voor AgentschapNL).
 
Mourik, R. M. (2011). Zonder slimme meter geen effectieve energiebesparing….maar de slimme meter alleen is niet genoeg. (Rapport voor Alliander) (p. 90).
 
Backhaus, J., Breukers, S.C., Mont, O., Paukovic, M, & Mourik, R. M. (2011). Sustainable Lifestyles: today’s facts & tomorrow’s trends. Baseline Report on Sustainable Lifestyles. (Deliverable 1.1 for the FP7 SPREAD Sustainable Lifestyles 2050 Project).
 
Breukers, S.C., Pol, M, Upham, P, Lis, A, Desbarats, J, Roberts, T, Riesch, H. (2011). Engagement and communication strategies for CCS projects: Gaps between current and desired practices and exemplary strategies (DELIVERABLE 4.2: NEARCO2 – New participation and communication strategies for neighbours of CO 2 capture and storage operation s) (p. 115).
 
Mourik, R. M. (2010). Improving Feedback. A Sociotechnical Approach (p. 15). VAASAETT RESP.
 
Breukers, S.C., Heiskanen, E., Mourik, R. M., Bauknecht, D, Hodson, M, Barabanova, Y, … Vadovics, E. (2009). Interaction Schemes for Successful Energy Demand Side Management. Building blocks for a practicable and conceptual framework (Deliverable 5 for the FP7 Changing Behaviour project) (p. 164).
 
Mourik, R. M., Heiskanen, E., Anttonen, M, Backhaus, J., Barabanova, Y, Bauknecht, D, … Vadovics, E. (2009). Past 10 year of best and bad practices in demand management: a meta analysis of 27 case studies focusing on conditions explaining success and failure of demand-side management programmes (Deliverable 4 for the FP7 Changing Behaviour project). ECN.
 
Hisschemöller, M., Breukers, S., Cuppen, C., & Bergsma, E. (2009). Een dialoog over de duurzaamheid van energie uit biomassa. Visies, ketens en perspectieven. (Eindrapport Biomassadialoog.) (p. 96). Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam en Universiteit Utrecht.