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Bartiaux, F, Gram-Hanssen, K, Fonseca, P, Ozoli?a, L and Christensen, T H (2014) A practice–theory approach to homeowners' energy retrofits in four European areas. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 525-38.

Berry, S, Sharp, A, Hamilton, J and Killip, G (2014) Inspiring low-energy retrofits: the influence of ‘open home’ events. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 422-33.

Christensen, T H, Gram-Hanssen, K, de Best-Waldhober, M and Adjei, A (2014) Energy retrofits of Danish homes: is the Energy Performance Certificate useful?. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 489-500.

Fawcett, T and Killip, G (2014) Anatomy of low carbon retrofits: evidence from owner-occupied Superhomes. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 434-45.

Galvin, R (2014) Why German homeowners are reluctant to retrofit. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 398-408.

Gupta, R, Barnfield, L and Hipwood, T (2014) Impacts of community-led energy retrofitting of owner-occupied dwellings. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 446-61.

Haines, V and Mitchell, V (2014) A persona-based approach to domestic energy retrofit. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 462-76.

Horne, R, Maller, C and Dalton, T (2014) Low carbon, water-efficient house retrofits: an emergent niche?. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 539-48.

Ingle, A, Moezzi, M, Lutzenhiser, L and Diamond, R (2014) Better home energy audit modelling: incorporating inhabitant behaviours. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 409-21.

Judson, E P and Maller, C (2014) Housing renovations and energy efficiency: insights from homeowners’ practices. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 501-11.

Vlasova, L and Gram-Hanssen, K (2014) Incorporating inhabitants’ everyday practices into domestic retrofits. Building Research & Information, 42(04), 512-24.