Tag Archives: behaviour

Living with Bert-the-Battery for 5 months

We’ve now had our Wattstor 6 kW battery (‘Bert’) for 5 months. The first chart shows our daily kWh averages and how they are changing as summer tails off into autumn.  Our daily average demand (red) has remained relatively consistent … Continue reading

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Electric vehicles as storage – a psychologist’s view

“LONDON (UK) 10th May 2016: Automotive industry leader Nissan and multinational power company Enel, today confirmed plans to launch a major vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trial – the first ever carried out in the UK. The trial will work by installing and … Continue reading

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Chaotic or coherent behaviour?

Many years ago, we did some collaborative research on ant behaviour with a delightful group from the University of Bath. The way it challenged our thinking about human behaviour has stayed with us ever since. This recent article provides a … Continue reading

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Twizyology 1 – the Psychology of the Renault Twizy

We haven’t blogged much recently as we’ve been busy launching a new, not-for-profit company, The Eco Travel Network Ltd which grew out of our b-bug project which The Prospectory ran last year. The aim of the Eco Travel Network (ETN) … Continue reading

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