Daniel Sloot KIT DFIU

Dr. Daniel Sloot

Research interests

  • Behavioral science and the sustainable energy transition
  • Motivational factors underlying technology adoption and user behavior
  • Analysis of decision making

Teaching

  • Seminar supervision
  • Supervision of bachelor and master theses

Publications


Barriers to Demand Response in the Commercial and Industrial Sectors - an Empirical Investigation
Scharnhorst, L.; Sloot, D.; Lehmann, N.; Ardone, A.; Fichtner, W.
2022, November 8. 17th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES 2022), Paphos, Cyprus, November 7–10, 2022
Examining two types of household energy conservation: a meta-analysis of the effects of financial incentive interventions in reducing overall and peak electricity consumption
Sloot, D.; Scheibehenne, B.
2022, June. Energy and Climate Transformations: 3rd International Conference on Energy Research & Social Science (2022), Manchester, United Kingdom, June 20–23, 2022
Examining financial and non-financial factors that motivate participation in electricity demand-side flexibility programs
Sloot, D.; Lehmann, N.; Ardone, A.
2022, June. Energy and Climate Transformations: 3rd International Conference on Energy Research & Social Science (2022), Manchester, United Kingdom, June 20–23, 2022
A meta-analysis of residential PV adoption: the important role of perceived benefits, intentions and antecedents in solar energy acceptance
Schulte, E.; Scheller, F.; Sloot, D.; Bruckner, T.
2022. Energy research & social science, 84, Art.Nr.: 102339. doi:10.1016/j.erss.2021.102339
A Behavioral Science Perspective on Consumers’ Engagement With Demand Response Programs
Sloot, D.; Lehmann, N.; Ardone, A.; Fichtner, W.
2022. Energy research letters, 3. doi:10.46557/001c.38831
Exploring the Role of Stakeholder Dynamics in Residential Photovoltaic Adoption Decisions: A Synthesis of the Literature
Scheller, F.; Doser, I.; Sloot, D.; McKenna, R.; Bruckner, T.
2020. Energies, 13 (23), Art.-Nr.: 6283. doi:10.3390/en13236283

Profile

  • Post-doctoral research associate, chair of energy economics since February 2020
  • PhD in environmental psychology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
  • Master of Science in Social and Organisational Psychology, University of Exeter, UK
  • Bachelor of Science in organizational psychology, Leuphana University Lüneburg