CONSEED research project aims to find out through surveys and field trials among households and various economic sectors across Europe if European consumers pay attention to energy labels when they buy an electric appliance, a car or a house.
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Mr. Carroll is a postdoctoral researcher working on the CONSEED project. This research is exploring how consumers invest in energy efficiency, with a particular focus on the role of energy labels. His PhD (2014) analysed the effects of information in various energy-related household decisions.
He has also worked for the Central Bank of Ireland (2014-2017), where he explored aspects relating to SME financing. James also has experience in the areas of charitable donations and productivity analysis.
Mr. Lakić, got his degree at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana in 2012 . He is employed as a researcher at the Laboratory of Energy Policy (LEST) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana.
Previously he worked at power exchange BSP SouthPool as a Trading supervisor, Key Account & Sales Manager and market specialist on several projects. As a researcher at LEST he is working on topics of smart grids, RES integration, operation of power systems and energy markets. He is currently active in projects with EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and in on-going EU projects (COMPILE, STORY, CONSEED, CROSSBOW).
Mr. Medved graduated at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, in 2012.
From 2013 to 2017 he was employed at Elektro Energija d.o.o., the biggest electricity retail company in Slovenia, where he worked in risk management and market analytics department.
He is also a PhD candidate working as a researcher at the Laboratory of Energy Policy (LEST) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering since 2011. His main research topics are Smart Grids, renewable integration, demand response optimization, electricity markets modelling and policy design.
Mr. Jure Vetršek
MSc. Jure Vetršek received his degree in mechanical engineering from University of Ljubljana (UL).
He received his MSc in energy policies and systems specialization by RES The school for renewable energy sciences affiliated by University of Iceland and University of Akureyri, and MSc degree in interdisciplinary environment protection from the field of technology from UL.
For 5 years he worked in Laboratory for sustainable technologies in buildings, currently he is employed at IRI UL where he works mainly on the field of energy efficiency, renewables integration in buildings, energy information systems and audits. He is a consultant in large scale retrofits of buildings, supervisor in large new buildings where he does operational energy management and control strategies optimization, he is certified ISO 50001 implementer and initiator of various development projects
mainly on the sustainable energy field. He works in interdisciplinary teams in H2020 projects where he acts as a “translator” between technical and humanistic sciences. He is independent monitor for pilot implementation of Integrity Packt on the case of Slovenian hospitals energy refurbishment for Transparency International Slovenia (2016-2019).