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8:00-9:00: Welcome breakfast /coffee – tea – croissants…

9:00-11:00: Conference opening

10:00-10:45: Plenary session
Marie Christine Zélem, “Research issues in the Sociology of Energy”.

10:45-11:00: Break (depending on available time)

11h00-13h00: Simultaneous workshops (Session 1)

Issues in cooperation between disciplines
Methodology / Prospective / Reflexivity)

Socio-energy approach within the technical diagnosis and diagnosis of use of buildings
Maarawi Tristan (cabinet d’études N-clique), Yerro Pascal (cabinet d’études AlterEne)

The energy issue and the scientific practices overhaul: « Radical interdisciplinary » between social and engineering sciences
Bernabé Anne (IRSTV/LEEHA), Molina Géraldine (IRSTV/CERMA)

A socio-geographic approach for understanding the link between urban practices and energy practices
Thonat Léa (GDF Suez/GRIGEN)

The role of sociology within an interdisciplinary smart grid project
Gaye Georgia and Wallenborn Grégoire (Université Libre de Bruxelles/Centre d’Études du Développement Durable)

Methods for accompaniment
(Methodology / Prospective / Reflexivity)

Occupants accompaniment of 5 efficient buildings
Gicquel Ludovic (Société Vie to B)

BBC for all » – a collaborative approach to design efficient buildings
Frenette Marika and Saint-Quentin Delphine (Bureau d’études Wigwam Conseil)

A revolution in the world of energy experts
Lenormand Pascal and More Fabien (Bureau d’études collaborative Incub’)

Lighting practices of users in terms of energy consumption in an innovative by setting up a system co-design technology context: the case of Ecofamilies project
Debos Franck (Université-IUT Nice Sophia Antipolis/I3M)

Instruments of public policy
(Energy / Public policy / Territory)

An instrument « overflowed by design : re§considering the dynamics of feed-in tariffs for photovoltaic electricity
Cointe Béatrice (CNRS/CIRED)

The use of European structural funds for the financing of energy efficient refurbishment of housing
Vanhué Laura (Consultante indépendante)

Change in fuel oils taxes : energy or fiscal transition?
Ollivier-Trigalo Marianne (Université Paris-Est/LVMT)

Dynamic Modelling of Cost Systems (DMCS): social economy, non-material performance contracting, and heterodox accounting, applied to energy transition
Morlat Clément (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines – UVSQ/Centre REEDS)

Fuel poverty
(Buildings and ways of living)

« Being frugal », a social practice : cultural-proof energy savings
Parise Fanny (Doctorante à l’Université Paris Descartes/Anthropologue freelance/Solidar’Energie)

Representing the situations of fuel poverty
Lacombe Stéphanie (photographe indépendante), Maresca Bruno (CREDOC)

Fuel poverty : filming a sociological research about energy precariousness in rural areas
Hammer Béatrice (EDF- R&D/GRETS)

Analysis of individual strategies of households in fuel poverty in their homes. Testimonials and deciphering
Devalière Isolde (CSTB)

Energy performance in professional milieu
(Buildings and way of living)

Travels forced by the professional activity. The case of mobile professionals
Gressel Reinhard (IFSTTAR – SPLOTT)

The key role of occupants of an energy efficient office building
Labbouz-Henry Delphine (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre-La Défense ; Elithis Groupe)

Coriolis in use: an efficient building in question
Subrémon Hélène (Saint-Gobain Recherche)

Users, key actors of the cube 2020 competition
Timores Nathalie (Ministère de l’Éducation nationale, de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche)

Smart grids : acceptance issues and conditions of appropriation
(Engagement / mobilization / concertation)

Smart grids demonstration and the responsive electricity consumer
Grandclément Catherine (sociologue GRETS, EDF R&D), Nadaï Alain (sociologue CIRED-CNRS)

Social acceptance or socio-political, collective and market conditions for the development of innovations in the field of energy?
Fournier Pierre (Aix-Marseille Université/LAMES, UMR 7305, CNRS), Rychen Frédéric (Aix-Marseille Université/GREQAM, UMR 7316, CNRS-EHESS)

How to take customers into consideration in electricity meters projects?
A study case of french smart meters and experiments

Danieli Aude (doctorante CIFRE en sociologie – ENPC/LATTS ; UPEM/CNRS ; EDF R&D /GRETS)

Technology is the answer. But what was the question?
Caraës Marie-Haude (Directrice, École supérieure des Beaux-Art de Tours)

13h00/14:30: Lunch (on site)
14h30-17h00: 7 Simultaneous workshops (Session 2)

Intermediate professional actors
(Work and professional group)

The construction of high-performance building: What organizational changes for social housing organizations?
Abachi Farid (Union Sociale de l’Habitat)

Between logical design and occupation: “intermediate actors” of performing commercial buildings
Thiriot Sarah (doctorante en sociologie – UMR PACTE, Grenoble ; EDF R&D / GRETS)

Collective mobilzation and confrontations
(Engagement/ Mobilization / Concertation)

A citizen’s energy transition: laboratory of experiment for local public policies?
Bally Frédéric (Université Pierre-Mendès-France Grenoble2/Laboratoire Lettres, Langages et Société)

A thermal Power Station on the Boil
Gallenga Ghislaine (Université d’Aix-Marseille-AMU/IDEMEC CNRS UMR 7307)

The renewable energy cooperative and the commons: some elements of field inquiry
Eynaud Léa (Doctorante ADEME/EHESS – Institut Marcel Mauss/Centre d’Études des Mouvements Sociaux)

A view of household energy consumption and reflexivity: building a culture of domestic energy use through information
Ramirez Violetta (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)

Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches
(Methodology / Prospective / Reflexivity)

Survey methods in shopping areas: the flow of knowledge as a construct of the energy efficiency
Drozd Céline (ENSA Nantes/CERMA), Mahé Kévin (ENSA Nantes/CERMA)

The energy transition through the prism of “logics of action”: diversity and dynamics of appropriation
Caron Cécile (EDF R&D – GRETS)

Reflection on the part of the sociology of energy in building sector
Tricoire Aurélie (Université Paris-Est/CSTB), Haas Benjamin (Université Paris-Est, Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB), Direction Énergie et Environnement)

Thermal comfort and refurbished social housing in Mediterranean area
Batier Cécile (Université Montpellier2/LMGC ; ENSAM/LIFAM), Cévaër Franck (Université Montpellier2/LMGC)

Combining Economics and Social Psychology to improve preferences appraisal and reduce statement effects – A web survey of French citizens’ willingness to reduce CO2 emissions
Litvine Dorian (ISEA Projects/CREDEN, UM1)

Energy issues and the structure of territory (-ies)
(Energy, public policy and territory)

Bottom-up decentralization of energy policy: how local governments try to extend their leverage on public policies
Dégremont-Dorville Marie (CNRS/Sciences Po/Centre de Sociologie des Organisations)

Conditions for the implementation of the energy transition in urban development projects: a case study analysis. Paris Rive Gauche, Paris Nord Est and Clichy-Batignolles (Paris, France)
Tardieu Charlotte (Université Lille1/École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris/TVES)

Heating the city with companies’ waste heat: a non-linear conception of the urban energy provision challenged by local dynamics. Two case studies in Dunkirk and Marne-la-Vallée
Hampikian Zélia (École des Ponts ParisTech/LATTS)

Energy local public utilities, tools of which urban energy governance?
Gabillet Pauline (École des ponts – ParisTech/LATTS)

Smart grids experimentations between territorialization and international strategies. The case of smart communities in Japan
Lepretre Nicolas (ENS de Lyon/Institut d’Asie Orientale)

Local actors and energy transition
(Energy, public policy and territory)

Weight of the Past, Future Challenges: Temporalities of Environmental Action in a Former Mining Town (Pas-de-Calais, France)
Dobigny Laure (Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne/CETCOPRA)

Intermediation as social innovation and strategy for local energy transitions
Laborgne Pia (Europäisches Institut für Energieforschung, Allemagne)

Setting up a public utility approach to enhance energy financing in housing : at heart of energy and local public policies
Aubrée Loïc (géographe Université Catholique de Lille), Refabert Françoise (consultante Vesta Conseil&Finance)

Public lighting as revealing the relationship between public administration and citizens
Pécaud Dominique (Université de Nantes/Centre François Viète), Vuylsteke Yann (Université de Nantes/Centre François Viète)

The agricultural methanization. Analysis of an emergent industry and territorial dynamics
Merle Élodie (EDF R&D/Groupe de Recherche Energie Technologie et Société)

Energy and ways of life
(Buildings and way of living)

Socio-anthropological view of the resistance of Cameroonian populations in the adoption of so-called alternative energies
Mballa-Elanga Edmond VII (Université de Douala)

Norms, emotions and social practices: conceptual and methodological considerations towards reduced household electricity consumption
Bertho Béatrice, Sahakian Maryline and Erkman Suren (Université de Lausanne/Faculté des Géosciences et de l’Environnement/Groupe Écologie Industrielle, Suisse)

The energy transition through the prism of “logics of action”: diversity and dynamics of appropriation
Caron Cécile, Moussaoui-Garabuau Isabelle and Pierre Magali (EDF/R&D/GRETS).

The evening meal and electric peak demand in France : linking daily practices and energy consumption through the use of time use surveys
Durand-Daubin Mathieu (EDF/R&D)

A Social Capital Basis for Reducing Household Energy Consumption
Macias Thomas (Université du Vermont)

Mobility and territory
(Transportation and Mobility)

What levers to change mobility patterns and reduce energy consumption?
Godillon Sylvanie and Rocci Anaïs (géographes, 6t-bureau de recherche).

Uses of energy and mobility: a study of residential lifestyles
Bonin Olivier (ENPC/Laboratoire Ville Mobilité Transport ; Université Paris Est), Pellegrino Margot ( Université Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée / Lab’Urba), Nadine Roudil (CSTB)

Energy-related economic stress at the interface between transport, housing and fuel poverty: a multinational study
Mattioli Giulio (Université de Leeds/Institut des Études en Transport)

Mobility vulnerabilities in sparsely populated territories: renewing ways to design support for daily mobility
De-Boras Sandrine (Docteur en Économie, mention transports/Direction Stratégie et Innovation Transdev), Massot Marie-Hélène (Université Paris Est Créteil/Institut d’Urbanisme de Paris)

From residential location to energy consumptions in the house and through mobility
Ravalet Emmanuel and Tabonne Lorris (EPFL/Laboratoire de Sociologie Urbaine)

Understanding the strategies of households experiencing energy vulnerability in order to develop adapted public policies
Bénard Anne-Lise and Boulanger Emmanuel (Agence d’Urbanisme de la Région Grenobloise)

17:00-17:30: Break

17h30-19h00: 5 Simultaneous workshops (Session 3)

Methods for accompaniment
(Methodology / Prospective / Reflexivity )

The co-owners facing the challenge of the energy transition
Bernasson Cécile (Cabinet de conseil COPRO+), Olivier Pierre (Cabinet de conseil COPRO+)

Home energy retrofits in Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : from the experimentation Rénover + to the call for interest of ADEME of the creation of local EE platforms
Hamon Viviane (Viviane Hamon Conseil)

Rehabilitate social housing on occupied site: project approach for a result that combines tenant satisfaction and energy performance
De Carvalho Viviane (RCP design Global), Jolas Cécile (Université La Rochelle/plateforme TIPEE)

Innovation and constructive processes
(Buildings and ways of living)

User’s feedback on low consumption housing
Cazeaux Lauréna and Morain Marine (Abor&sens ; éco-BET)

Energy leader and innovation process in co-ownership
Chevrier Stéphane (MANA ; Université rennes2/CIAPHS ; ENSAB ; IAUR)

Optimising the energy and social uses of a tertiary planning unit with a horizon of 2020
Barry Hervé (Université Catholique de lille/CRESGE), Roillet Thomas (École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers de Lille/L2EP)

Federation of actors/emporwerment
(Engagement / Mobilization / Concertation)

Adding or substracting: the art of growing without destroying solar cooperative collectives
Fontaine Antoine (Université de Grenoble/PACTE ; CIRED), Labussière Olivier (Université de Grenoble/PACTE)

Deploying smartness in energy grids through a co-design approach at the urban district level
Arrobbio Osman (Università di Torino ; IRIS Interdisciplinary Research Institute on Sustainability), Padovan Dario (Università di Torino)

The environmental associations investment in steering energy cooperatives: towards a participatory terms professionalization?
Christen Guillaume (Université de Strasbourg/SAGE – UMR 7363 CNRS)

Information and accompaniment  : quels outils, quels enjeux
(Engagement / Mobilization / Concertation)

Adopting of the follow-up energy consumption and its efficiency conditions on inhabitants practices
Brisepierre Gaëtan (sociologue indépendant, bureau d’études GBS)

Reflections on motivations for energy involvement: toward energy profiles?
La Branche Stéphane (Sciences Po Grenoble/Chercheur Associé Pacte)

The Energy Neighbourhood project, an example of incentive to sober energy use : what underlying dynamics?
Cordeau Evelyne (Université de Nantes/LEMNA-TEPP)

Living in an energy-efficient building (uses)
(Buildings and ways of living)

Living in Low Energy labelised housing: a socio-eco-technical analysis
Carassus Jean (École des Ponts ParisTech), Laumonier Chantal (sociologue indépendante)

Occupants as main actors of energy efficiency durability in buildings
Marcel Lauranne and Sabatier Bruno (Cerema)

Living in energy-efficient buildings: what must residents get used to? Cases study in Lyon-Confluence and Greenwich Millennium Village
Morand Ludovic (EHESS Marseille/Centre Norbert Élias)

7:00 pm: Drinks to continue professional exchanges…


8:30-9:00: Welcome breakfast / coffee – tea – croissants

9h00-9h30: What you missed yesterday!

9h30-10h00: Séance plénière / Round tables with those who “use” sociology

Introduction par Philippe Mallein (sociologue, spécialiste de “l’innovation par les usages”) : sociology, innovation and energy: “the imagined deficit in the use of new energy technologies”

10h00 – 11h15: round table 1 with the actors of the market
(building professionals, energy distributors, innovation centers, technical consultants, business observers…)
Échanges animés par Dominique Desjeux, Professeur émérite à l’Université Sorbonne Paris Cité

11h15 – 11h45 Break

11h45 -13h00:  round table 2 with territorial actors (social landlords, local energy agencies, territorial authorities, energy unions, center of expertise…)
Échanges animés par Gaétan Brisepierre, Sociologue indépendant

13:00-14:30: Lunch (on site)

14h30-17h00: Simultaneous workshops (Session 4)

Collective mobiization and confrontations
(Engagement, mobilization, concertation)

Antagonising the « shale gas revolution »: anti-fracking movements in France and Poland
Cantoni Roberto (École des Ponts ParisTech/UMR CNRS 8134 LATTS)

State Suppression of Environmentalism in the Post-911 Era of Peak Oil : The Canadian Case
Harris Ali (York University, Toronto, Canada)

Participatory procedures, belief systems and commitment dynamics in a wind farm controversy in western Switzerland
Bombenger Pierre-Henri (Haute École spécialisée de Suisse Occidentale/HES-SO ; Haute École d’Ingénierie et de Gestion du Canton de Vaud/HEIG-VD ; Institut G2C/Equipe Plan I-D), Cherqui Adeline (Université de Lausanne/IDHEAP)

Beyond Nimby: justification registers and logics of the mobilizations against wind farms projects. Case studies from the Aude and Ariège departments (France)
Dechezelles Stéphanie (Institut d’Etudes Politiques d’Aix-en-Provence/CHERPA)

The impossible technical democracy. The case of the French-Spanish Extra Hight Voltage Line
Cohen Aurélien and Raineau Laurence (Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne/ Cetcopra)

Energy issues and the structure of territories
(Energy, public policy and territory)

Four energy infra-urban coordination’s scenarii: cooperative, local authorities, Central Administration, big companies
Debizet Gilles (Université de Grenoble Alpes/UMR PACTE), Gauthier Caroline (Grenoble École de management)

The university campuses: territories in energy transition? A local case study put in international perspective
Nemoz Sophie (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines/Centre International de Recherches en Économie Écologique)

Energy consumption in France’s housing stock until 2050 for four prospective scenarios
Bentahar Amira (GDF Suez/CRIGEN)

Toxic Infrastructures: Motorways, Onshore Wind and the Liability of Oldness
Ten Brinke Miles and Roberts Cameron (University of Manchester/Institute of Innovation Research)

The landscape of energy
Bailleul Hélène (Université Rennes2/ESO), Bertho Raphaële (Université Bordeaux Montaigne/MICA), Gagnebien Anne (Université paris13/LABSIC)

Fuel poverty
(Buildings and ways of living)

Energy insecurity in Nord-Pas-de-Calais: insecurity at home and overall energy vulnerability – study financed by the French government organisation PUCA (Master Plans, Planning, Construction, Architecture)
Barry Hervé and Douchet Agathe (Université Catholique de Lille / CRESGE)

Energy sobriety in relation to the restriction of energy consumption: the case of households affected by fuel poverty
Hini Sihame (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines / REEDS)

When energy consumption weakens households
Bouleau Mireille and Mettetal Lucile (Institut d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme d’Ile-de-France)

Distributing demand: the needed, the normal and the underspent
Walker Gordon (Lancaster University / DEMAND Centre, UK)

Energy consumption of households in fuel poverty: stresses and resistances
Lagier Elsa (CePeD ; GDF Suez/Innovation Gaz et Energies Nouvelles/CRIGEN ; DynamE)

Appropriation of innovations in the transportation
(Transportation and mobility)

Automobility in Denmark
Blyth Pascale (Université d’Aarhus/Centre pour les Technologies Energétiques – CET), Sovacool Benjamin (Université D’Aarhus/CET)

Assessing the acceptability of electric cars by the scenario method
Philipps-Bertin Chrystèle (IFSTTAR/Laboratoire Transport et Environnement, Bron), Poupon Lénaïc (Université Lyon2/GREPS)

City buses that run with a mixture of natural gas and hydrogen: what perception by users?
Carrard Michel and Flanquart Hervé (Université du Littoragl Côte d’Opale/Laboratoire Territoires, Villes, Environnement & Société)

COMMOCLES : the role of mobility management in business and employee location choice
Douchet Agathe (sociologue, Université Catholique de Lille), Montigny Aurélie (géographe, Université Catholique de Lille)

The role of hydrogen in the design, manufacturing and social reception of a boat with passengers
Pécaud Dominique (Université de Nantes/Centre François Viète)

Occupations and energy transition
(Work and professional group)

The industrialization of green building system: trades and emerging professional activities
Di Nunzio Daniele and Rugiero Serena (Association Bruno Trentin – ISF – IRES, Italie)

Construction professionals facing the energy efficiency challenge: knowledges, competences and practices’ recombining at stake
Molina Géraldine (docteur en Géographie, Aménagement de l’espace – Urbanisme ; post-doctorante à l’École Centrale de Nantes/IRSTV CNRS 2488), Musy Marjorie (docteur en génie civil ; chercheur au CERMA/ENSAN – UMR NCRS 1563, Directrice adjointe de l’IRSTV)

Dependence, independence and interdependence: a socio-agronomic approach of the commitment of organic farmers in the energy transition
Girard Sabine (UR Développement des territoires de Montagne, IRSTEA Grenoble), Vernier Hugues (Communauté de Communes du Val de Drôme/Biovallée)

Survey methods in shopping areas: the flow of knowledge as a construct of the energy efficiency
Drozd Céline and Requena-Ruiz Ignacio (ENSA/CERMA/Ambiances architecturales et urbaines)

Auxiliary of the energy market, an approach by two professional groups energy saving advice
Cacciari Joseph (doctorant en sociologie Université Aix-Marseille/LAMES, UMR 7305)

Information and accompanying services
(Engagement / Mobilization / Concertation )

Reducing domestic energy consumption with smart grids: providing support, advice and incentives to users in Japanese Smart Communities
Granier Benoît (Université de Lyon/Institu d’Asie Orientale – IAO – UMR 5062)

Linky, the making of a smart encounter
Bertoldo Raquel (Université Aix-Marseille), Poumadère Marc (Institut Symlog, Paris)

The importance of sociological factor in the Watt & Moi trial, an online electricity consumption monitoring system
Blosseville Émilie and Legros Mikaël (Senzo, Institut d’Études Sociologiques et Marketing)

Effects of normative feedbacks on effective behaviours and on the representation of electric energy consumption and related behaviours
Le Conte Johanna and Salvazet Raphaël (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense/LAPPS, EA 4386)

Brakes and motivations to greater energy efficiency and simplicity – EMPOWERING: The example of an awareness campaign for energy savings based on the monitoring of consumption
Cordella-Genin Robin (Sciences Po Grenoble), De Geoffroy Violaine (Agence Locale de l’Energie et du Climat de l’agglomération grenobloise)

17h00-17h30: Break

17h30-19h00: 5 Simultaneous workshops (Session 5)

Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches
(Methodology, prospective, reflexivity)

Another Economy: Towards a Dialectics between Energy and Society
Balasescu Alexandru (Consultant énergétique/LEED), Seguin Thomas (Université Galatasaray d’Istanbul, Turquie)

Energy Transitions and Social Change. Towards a theoretical integration
Agustoni Alfrédo (Université “G. d’Annunzio”, Chieti-Pescara, Italie)

A biomimetic analysis for the social patterns of energy usage: an international comparison
Patino Rodrigo (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Énergies de Demain (LIED),
Université Paris 7 Diderot)

Energy performance in workplace
(Buildings and ways of living)

The theme of energy in service industries: first, a question of organization
Bui Florence (EDF, R&D, GRETS), Fouquet Jean-Philippe (Université François-Rabelais Tours / CETU ETIcS)

Sociological study of the acceptance of Demand Response in office buildings
Baud Anne-Cécile (Sociologue à Veolia Environnement Recherche & Innovation), Couturier Stéphane (Ingénieur énergéticien VERI)

Energy efficiency in enterprises: what feelings from employees?
Coulbaut-Lazzarini Amélie (Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines)

Energy and lifestyles (uses)
(Buildings and ways of living)

Energy consumption behaviours’ observation study in private dwellings
Bonnin Marguerite (LAVUE ; CSTB)

Recomposition of energy practices in the life course. Context of sustainable neighborhoods analysis
Kasdi Ida (ID&S), Souami Taoufik (Institu Français d’Urbanisme ; Ecole des Ponts partisTech/LATTS)

Co-housing: a change of roles?
Tummers Lidewij (Université de Technologie/Faculté d’Architecture et de construction de l’environnement)

Live an efficient building (uses)
(Buildings and way of living)

Changes of energy consumption practices of social housings in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region
Leclercq Maya (AnthropoLinks)

Survey and definition of household behavioural profiles of energy use in Walloon urban houses
Hauglustaine Jean-Marie and Monfils Stéphane (Université de Liège, Belgique)

Innovation and constructive processes (2nd part)
(Buildings and ways of linving in them)

ʺI am a bit of a handyman!ʺ: when homeowners building cultures face political demands in rammed earth houses retrofitting
Genis Léa (École Nationale supérieure d’Architecture de Grenoble/CRAterre-ENSAG/unité de recherche AE&CC)

The pollution caused by the energy transition: the case of thermal insulation
Theile Dominique (chercheur conseil indépendant)

Exploratory Study of IMAGINARY AND USES in housing disconnected from power grids
Gauvin Xavier (responsable Innovation Bouygues Construction)

Federation of actors/ empowerment (2nd part)
(Engagement, Mobilization, COoncertation)
/ Simultaneous translation

Citizen prospective to encourage a dynamic of energy and societal transition
Le Dû Mathieu (Association Virage-énergie Nord-pas de Calais)

Successful Public Participation on Denmark’s Renewable Energy Island Samsø? A Question of Perspective
Papazu Irina (Université de Copenhague/Département de Sciences Politiques, Danemark)

Citizen participation and local energy governance: a sociological analysis of grassroots energy initiatives in German cities
Blanchet Thomas (École des Ponts ParisTech/LATTS), Kunze Conrad (Universität Halle-Wittenberg/Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Allemagne)

In the evening: Gala dinner, by reservation (reception at the City Hall of Tours)

FRIDAY JULY 3rd 2015

8h30-9h00: Welcome breakfast/coffee, tea, growing…

9h00-9h30: What you missed yesterday!

9h30-12h30: Workshops (Session 6)

Information and accompaniment : what tools, what issues? (3rd part)
(Engagement, Mobilization, Concertation)

A view of household energy consumption and reflexivity: building a culture of domestic energy use through information
Christèle Assegond (Université François-Rabelais, TOURS / CETU ETIcS, CITERES)

Communication and behaviour change: an analysis of 40 years of communication campaigns of the French agency for environment (ADEME) for cutting energy consumption of dwellings
Alfaré Aurélien (Université Lyon1)

Innovative metrology and eco-behaviour supporting energy transition: the MIUSEEC project within Darwin
Barlet Aline (Psychologue environnementaliste, SC Psy ECCA / GRECAU-ENSAP Bx)

Sustainable behaviours and social psychology: An action-research for transition
Fieulaine Nicolas (Université Lyon2 / Groupe de Recherche en psychologie Sociale)
Yvan Bidalot(Agence locale de l’Énergie de l’agglomération lyonnaise)

Energy Living Lab: an open innovation ecosystem for the energy transition
Mastelic Joëlle (Haute École Spécialisée de Suisse Occidentale/HES-SO, Suisse)

Territories and energy : “winners” and “losers”?
( Energy, Public policy and Territory) / Simultaneous translation

Energetic transition in Algeria: Myth or reality?

Derradji Amina (École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences politiques, Alger, Algérie)

Hydroelectricity and ecological continuity: cross-analysis of representations and conflicts related to environment and energy
Perrin Jacques-Aristide (Université de Limoges / Géolab)

Bio fuel in the north, famine in the south: a paradox of energetical transition?
Bouhdiba Sofiane (Université de Tunis, Tunisie)

Pipes socioeconomic population to the crisis of electrical energy in Cameroon Douala
Tefe Tagne Robert and Yomb Jacques (Université de Douala /Laboratoire de Sociologie et de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, Cameron)

A visual ethnography of energy use in urban Romania
Salaru Maria (Université d’Oxford, Angleterre)

Rural Energy Transitions and Conflicts in Brandenburg (Germany)
Naumann Matthias(Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Erkner, Allemagne)

The Transfer of Expert Knowledge from Nuclear Production to Nuclear Decommissioning in Eastern Germany
Novac Sergiu (Université de Budapest / Sociologie et Anthropologie Sociale, Hongrie)

Local actors and energy transition (2nd part)
(Energy, Public policy ans Territory)/ Simultaneous translation

Energy Transition in Rural Area: the Territorialization of Wind Farms Projects in Champagne-Ardenne Region
Burger Céline (Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne / IATEUR)

City and Energy: a dialogue to be developed between local authorities and local stakeholders
Dupas Stéphane and Lacassagne Sylvie (Energy Cities)

The improvement of energy performance of individual housing. The challenge of coordinating the existing actions
Angot Sylvie (École des Ponts parisTech / LATTS)

Energy renovation of condominiums in France: the development of public policy observed from a national co-owners association
Le Garrec Sylvaine (sociologue-urbaniste indépendante)

The territorial diagnostic. A methodological tool to territorialize the Corporative Social Responsibility in the Mexican oil industry
Garcia Chang Armando (Departamento de Sociología, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa, Mexique)

Industrial strategies and public policy
(Energy, Public policy and Territory)/ Simultaneous translation

Contesting the energy transition: symbolic and political influences of the energy intensive industries in the elaboration of the Swedish electronuclear policy
Meyer Téva (Université Paris8 / Centre de Recherche et d’Analyses Géopolitiques)

The operators of solar farms conformation and hybridization between the French centralized system
Baggioni Vincent (Université d’Aix-Marseille / LAMES)

Socio-technical and energy transition: the example of biorafineries as positivist myth
Gobert Julie (UTT / CREIDD)

The story of oil in Argentina, the case of the oil company YPF or national company, the neoliberal triumph and the “recovery” popular
Bietti Frederico (ENS de Cachan / IDHES)

An energy company under Occupation: the case of the French Lighting Company and Heating Gas
Kemache Djouhra (Université Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne / IDHES)

Federation of actors / empowerment (3rd part)
(Engaement, Mobilization, Concertation)

Does energy transition emancipate?
Zanni Rémi (Université paris Diderot – Paris7/LCSP)

Public opinion or opinion of publics: how and who gets involved into energy related issues?
Bouillet Jérémy (Université de Grenoble / UMR PACTE ; EDF R&D)

The users’ involvement into energy transition: an application of the empowerment concept in the energy field
Ahamada Nadjma and Borel Simon (GDF Suez/CRIGEN)

Energy savings in terms of discursive practices
Brugidou Mathieu (EDF R&D ; PACTE), Moine Michèle (Université de Grenoble/Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann)

Smart grid research and the design of their users
Gaye Georgia and Wallenborn Grégoire (Université Libre de Bruxelles/Centre d’Études du Développement Durable)

12h30-14h00: Lunch (on your own)

14h00-15h30: Workshop (Session 7)

Living in an energy building (3rd part)
( Buildings and ways of living)

Adopting of the follow-up energy consumption and its efficiency conditions on inhabitants practices
Brisepierre Gaëtan (Sociologue indépendant / GBS)

Green buildings facing the savoir-faire and savoir-vivre: the risk of against-productivity with technical innovations
Renauld-Giard Vincent (CSTB ; CEC)

Living in an energy-efficient building : towards the construction of “inhabitant expertise”? Choices and appropriations of technological innovations with respect to lifestyles
Mangold Marie (Université de Strasbourg / SAGE)

Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches (3rd part)
( Methodology, Prospective, Reflecivity)/ traduction simulanée

Performing wave in policy and technoscience: developing an STS approach in the sociology of energy
Iskandarova Marfuga (Université de Kingston, Angleterre), Simakova Elena (Université d’Exeter, Angleterre)

Paleo-energy: a counter-history of energy
Carles Cédric (Designer, Atelier 2Cé)

About energy performance
Cretot Arnaud (Association des vagabonds de l’énergie)

Fuel poverty (3rd part)
(Buildings and ways of living)

Fuel poverty: The contribution sociology might play in facing the problem
Beretta Ilaria (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italie)

Fuel poverty: educative measures for proper fuel consumption behaviour as an inadequate response to this social issue
Lees Johanna (Centre Norbert Elias)

SLIME, local program to identify households living in fuel poverty
Zeroual Bouchra (CLER, Réseau pour la transition énergétique)

Information and accompaniment: what tools, what issues? (4th part)
(Engagement, Mobilization, Concertation)/Simultaneous translation

Challenges with evaluation of school projects in the context of energy efficient refurbishment
Holländer Edith (Institute for Ressource Efficiency and Energy Strategies, Karlsruhe, Allemagne)

Mastering the energy efficient renovation and social housing information systems
Beslay Chistophe and Gournet Romain (BESCB)

Eco-behaviours and practices
Guilmin Audrey (Union sociale pour l’habitat)

Innovation and constructive processes (3rd part)
(Buildings and ways of living)

Successful energy rehabilitation: key factors for a good perception of its occupants

Ecofriendly housing and binding communication: what kind of alliance is possible?
Delaite Emmanuel (Université de Franche-Comté ; Université d’Aix-Marseille / IRSIC)

Users expertise as a core concept in energy transition processes
Teule Michel (CERFISE)

Mobility and territory (2nd part)
(Mobility and territory)

Homeownership: Do energy criteria explain location choices?
Meissonnier Joël (CEREMA – Direction territoriale Nord-Picardie ; IFSTTAR)

City narratives facing the energy transition: the production of a metropolitan identity in Bordeaux, Cincinnati (USA) and Curitiba (Brazil)
Gerbeaud Fanny and Godier Patrice (Université de Bordeaux Segalen, Centre Émile Durkheim / PAVE)

What levers to change mobility patterns and reduce energy consumption?
Rocci Anaïs (sociologue, 6t-bureau de recherche)

15h30-16h30: Conference closing remarks

16h30-17h00: a coffee for the road!