Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing

Building and HPAC –plan

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The paper explores the potential of the concept of boundary object in shedding light on the dynamics of introducing disruptive modes of distributed energy production for builders with a particular attention to translating expertise across professional spheres and between consumers and experts.
Original languageEnglish
PagesA11
Publication statusPublished - 2018
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventMaking Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018 - Lancaster, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Jul 201828 Jul 2018
https://easst2018.easst.net/

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ConferenceMaking Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018
Abbreviated titleEASST2018
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLancaster
Period25/07/1828/07/18
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Nieminen, M., & Åkerman, M. (2018). Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing: Building and HPAC –plan. A11. Abstract from Making Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
Nieminen, Mika ; Åkerman, Maria. / Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing : Building and HPAC –plan. Abstract from Making Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
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Nieminen, M & Åkerman, M 2018, 'Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing: Building and HPAC –plan' Making Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 25/07/18 - 28/07/18, pp. A11.

Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing : Building and HPAC –plan. / Nieminen, Mika; Åkerman, Maria.

2018. A11 Abstract from Making Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Nieminen M, Åkerman M. Using boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing: Building and HPAC –plan. 2018. Abstract from Making Science, Technology and Society together Conference, EASST2018, Lancaster, United Kingdom.