Transportable CO2-neutral houses for one-person households – R. van Beurden

The housing market in the Netherlands is locked. Vacant land positions prove to be unmarketable and customers’ in secureness is high, resulting in little movement of residents from one dwelling to another. Increased individualization affects the formation of households and renting has become more popular among starters instead of buying...

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The rebound effect – R. Adrians

This project provides insight into indications of rebound effects on the Dutch housing market. A categorization has been made of behavioural actions and purchases that can indicate direct respectively indirect rebound effects. The results show that it is likely that rebound effects are present among occupants that moved to low...

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Instruments for successful energy neutral housing developments – S. Reddy Kadarpeta

At the local level Eindhoven Municipality has set its ambition to go energy neutral in housing sector by 2020 and decided to develop new energy neutral housing areas.Lack of strict regulations and appropriate forms of support aimed at relevant stakeholders involve has attributed to the lack of acceptance for energy...

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