Items where SHU Author is "Ambrose, Aimee"

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RASLAN, Rokia and AMBROSE, Aimee (2022). Solving the Difficult Problem of Hard to Decarbonise Homes. Nature Energy, 7, 675-677.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, CASTANO GARCIA, Alvaro, HAWKINS, Anna, PARKES, Stephen, RAFALOWICZ-CAMPBELL, Mia and SMITH, Marilyn (2022). It’s high time to talk about the climate impacts of high consumers. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

CASTANO GARCIA, Alvaro, AMBROSE, Aimee, HAWKINS, Anna and PARKES, Stephen (2021). High consumption, an unsustainable habit that needs more attention. Energy Research and Social Science, 80.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, PARKES, Stephen, EADSON, William, BULL, Richard, THIDELL, Åke, KOJONSAARI, Anna-Riikka, HEDSTRÖM, Sara, REINDL, Katharina and SMITH, Marilyn (2021). Walking with energy: overcoming energy invisibility through research participation. Project Report. Energimyndigheten.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BAKER, William, SHERRIFF, Graeme and CHAMBERS, Joseph (2021). Cold comfort: Covid-19, lockdown and the coping strategies of fuel poor households. Energy Reports, 7, 5589-5596.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, GILBERTSON, Janet, SPEAKE, Beth, BIMPSON, Emma, MCCARTHY, Lindsey and RAMSDEN, Sam (2021). Cross-sector review of affordability support: an evidence review for the Consumer Council for Water. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.

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PALM, Jenny, REINDL, Katharina and AMBROSE, Aimee (2020). Understanding tenants’ responses to energy efficiency renovations in public housing in Sweden: From the resigned to the demanding. Energy Reports, 6, 2619-2626.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, ARCHER, Tom and BIMPSON, Emma (2020). Research to identify early lessons emerging from the Innovative Housing Programme. Project Report. Welsh Government.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, ARCHER, Tom and BIMPSON, Emma (2020). Research to identify early lessons emerging from the Innovative Housing Programme: Summary. Project Report. Welsh Government.

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ASHBY, Kira, ROTMANN, Sea, SMITH, Jennifer, MUNDACA, Luis, AMBROSE, Aimee, BORELLI, Sherri and TALWAR, Manswi (2020). Who are Hard-to-Reach energy users? Segments, barriers and approaches to engage them. In: 21st ACEEE Summer Study for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Virtual, 17-21 Aug 2020. ACEEE.

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ASHBY, Kira, SMITH, Jennifer, ROTMANN, Sea, MUNDACA, Luis and AMBROSE, Aimee (2020). HTR characterisation: hard-to-reach energy users annex. Project Report. Hard-to-Reach Energy Users.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BAKER, William, BATTY, Elaine and MACNAIR HAWKINS, Anna (2020). "I have a panic attack when I pick up the phone": experiences of energy advice amongst 'hard to reach' energy users. People Place and Policy Online, 14 (1), 58-64.

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BAKER, William, AMBROSE, Aimee, BRIERLEY, Jenny, BUTLER, Danielle, MARCHAND, Robert and SHERRIFF, Graeme (2020). Stuck at home in a cold home: the implications of Covid-19 for the fuel poor. People, place and policy online, 1-4.

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AMBROSE, Aimee (2020). Walking with Energy: challenging energy invisibility and connecting citizens with energy futures through participatory research. Futures, 117, p. 102528.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BAKER, William, BATTY, Elaine and HAWKINS, Anna (2019). Reaching the 'Hardest to Reach' with energy advice: final report. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BAKER, William, BATTY, Elaine and HAWKINS, Anna (2019). Reaching the 'Hardest to Reach' with energy advice: final report - Executive Summary. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee (2019). Walking with energy: Increasing energy visibility through research participation. Eceee Summer Study Proceedings, 2019-J, 83-92.

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SHERRIFF, Graeme, MOORE, Trivess, BERRY, Stephen, AMBROSE, Aimee, GOODCHILD, Barry and MAYE-BANBURY, Angela (2019). Coping with extremes, creating comfort: user experiences of ‘low-energy’ homes in Australia. Energy Research and Social Science, 51, 44-54.

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GOODCHILD, Barry, AMBROSE, Aimee, BERRY, Stephen, MAYE-BANBURY, Angela, MOORE, Trivess and SHERRIFF, Graeme (2019). Modernity, Materiality and Domestic Technology: A Case Study of Cooling and Heating from South Australia. Housing, Theory and Society, 1-21.

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AMBROSE, Aimee and MCCARTHY, Lindsey (2019). Taming the 'masculine pioneers'? Changing attitudes towards energy efficiency amongst private landlords and tenants in New Zealand: A case study of Dunedin. Energy Policy, 126, 165-176.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BASHIR, Nadia, FODEN, Michael, GILBERTSON, Janet, GREEN, Geoff and STAFFORD, Bernard (2018). Better housing, better health in London Lambeth : the Lambeth Housing standard health impact assessment and cost benefit analysis. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee and MARCHLAND, Robert (2017). The contemporary landscape of fuel poverty research. Indoor and Built Environment, 26 (7), 875-878.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, GOODCHILD, Barry and O'FLAHERTY, Fin (2017). Understanding the user in low energy housing: a comparison of positivist and phenomenological approaches. Energy Research & Social Science, 34, 163-171.

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GOODCHILD, Barry, AMBROSE, Aimee and MAYE-BANBURY, Angela (2017). Storytelling as oral history: revealing the changing experience of home heating in England. Energy Research & Social Science, 31, 137-144.

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AMBROSE, Aimee (2017). Using qualitative methods to understand non-technological aspects of domestic energy efficiency. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

AMBROSE, Aimee, MCCARTHY, Lindsey and PINDER, James (2017). Energy (in) efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing - Research Summary. Project Report. Kendal, Eaga.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, MCCARTHY, Lindsey and PINDER, James (2016). Energy (in)efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing. A final report to the Eaga Charitable Trust. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, DAMM, Christopher, FODEN, Michael, GILBERTSON, Janet and PINDER, James (2016). Delivering Affordability Assistance to water customers: cross sector lessons. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, William and PINDER, James (2016). The role of actor-networks in the early stage mobilisation of low carbon heat networks. Energy Policy, 96, 144-152.

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MCCARTHY, Lindsey, AMBROSE, Aimee and PINDER, James (2016). Energy (In)Efficiency: Exploring what tenants expect and endure in the private rented sector in England. Making the case for more research into the tenant's perspective. An evidence review. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, William and GILBERTSON, Janet (2016). Editorial: PPP special issue – International Perspectives on Fuel Poverty. People, Place and Policy, 10 (1), 1-4.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, BATTY, Elaine, EADSON, William, HICKMAN, Paul and QUINN, George (2016). Assessment of the need for furniture provision for new NIHE tenants. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, William, HICKMAN, Paul and MCCARTHY, Lindsey (2015). Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35 : final report. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, William, HICKMAN, Paul and MCCARTHY, Lindsey (2015). Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35: executive summary. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.

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HICKMAN, Paul, DAYSON, Christopher, AMBROSE, Aimee, BATTY, Elaine, BENNETT, Ellen, FLINT, John, FODEN, Mike, GREEN, Stephen and MUIR, Jenny (2015). Summary of key findings. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.

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DAYSON, Christopher, HICKMAN, Paul, AMBROSE, Aimee, BATTY, Elaine, BENNETT, Ellen and MUIR, John (2015). Understanding the economic contribution of the social economy at a neighbourhood level: Final Report. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.

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AMBROSE, Aimee (2015). Improving energy efficiency in private rented housing : what makes landlords act? Indoor and Built Environment, 24 (7), 913-924.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, Will, PINDER, James, GILBERTSON, Janet and O'FLAHERTY, Fin (2015). Low Carbon Pioneer Cities Heat Networks Project: a process evaluation. Project Report. Department of Energy and Climate Change.

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HICKMAN, Paul, BATTY, Elaine, DAYSON, Christopher, FLINT, John, FODEN, Mike, MUIR, Jenny, AMBROSE, Aimee and GREEN, Stephen (2015). 'Getting By', Coping and Resilience in Difficult Times: Final Report. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.

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AMBROSE, Aimee, EADSON, William and PINDER, James (2015). Evaluation of the Big Energy Savings Network: Final report. Project Report. London, Department of Energy and Climate Change.

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GOODCHILD, Barry, O'FLAHERTY, Fin and AMBROSE, Aimee (2014). Inside the eco-home: using video to understand the implications of innovative housing. Housing, Theory and Society, 31 (3), 334-352.

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AMBROSE, Aimee (2013). User and organisational responses to biomass district heating. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning, 167 (1), 35-41.

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ROBINSON, David and AMBROSE, Aimee (2011). New Migration, Neighbourhood Effects and Community Change. Project Report. Connected Communities.

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WELLS, Peter, COULE, Tracey, DAYSON, Christopher, MORGAN, Gareth, AMBROSE, Aimee, BATTY, Elaine, FODEN, Michael and PATMORE, Beth (2010). Futurebuilders Evaluation: Final Report. Project Report. Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University.

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WELLS, Peter, COULE, Tracey, DAYSON, Christopher, MORGAN, Gareth, AMBROSE, Aimee, BATTY, Elaine, FODEN, Michael and PATMORE, Beth (2010). Futurebuilders Evaluation: Final Report Executive Summary. Project Report. Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University.

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