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Henk Visscher
Henk Visscher
Hoogleraar Housing Quality and Process Innovation, Delft University of Technology
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The effect of occupancy and building characteristics on energy use for space and water heating in Dutch residential stock
OG Santin, L Itard, H Visscher
Energy and buildings 41 (11), 1223-1232, 2009
8802009
Theoretical vs. actual energy consumption of labelled dwellings in the Netherlands: Discrepancies and policy implications
D Majcen, LCM Itard, H Visscher
Energy policy 54, 125-136, 2013
3222013
Actual and theoretical gas consumption in Dutch dwellings: What causes the differences?
D Majcen, L Itard, H Visscher
Energy Policy 61, 460-471, 2013
1402013
Barriers and opportunities for labels for highly energy-efficient houses
E Mlecnik, H Visscher, A Van Hal
Energy Policy 38 (8), 4592-4603, 2010
1212010
End-user experiences in nearly zero-energy houses
E Mlecnik, T Schütze, SJT Jansen, G De Vries, HJ Visscher, A Van Hal
Energy and Buildings 49, 471-478, 2012
1202012
Performance gaps in energy consumption: household groups and building characteristics
P van den Brom, A Meijer, H Visscher
Building Research & Information 46 (1), 54-70, 2018
1172018
A qualitative evaluation of policy instruments used to improve energy performance of existing private dwellings in the Netherlands
L Murphy, F Meijer, H Visscher
Energy Policy 45, 459-468, 2012
1012012
Sustainable urban environments
E Van Bueren, H Van Bohemen, L Itard, H Visscher
An Ecosystems Approach, 2012
962012
Sustainable building energy efficiency retrofit for hotel buildings using EPC mechanism in China: analytic Network Process (ANP) approach
P Xu, EHW Chan, HJ Visscher, X Zhang, Z Wu
Journal of Cleaner Production 107, 378-388, 2015
952015
Building regulations in Europe Part I: A comparison of the systems of building control in eight European countries
FM Meijer, HJ Visscher, L Sheridan
Housing and Urban and Policy Studies 23, 2002
922002
The role of stakeholders and their participation network in decision-making of urban renewal in China: The case of Chongqing
T Zhuang, QK Qian, HJ Visscher, MG Elsinga, W Wu
Cities 92, 47-58, 2019
682019
Are we moving fast enough? The energy renovation rate of the Dutch non-profit housing using the national energy labelling database
F Filippidou, N Nieboer, H Visscher
Energy Policy 109, 488-498, 2017
662017
Statistical model of the heating prediction gap in Dutch dwellings: Relative importance of building, household and behavioural characteristics
D Majcen, L Itard, H Visscher
Energy and Buildings 105, 43-59, 2015
662015
Energy efficiency measures implemented in the Dutch non-profit housing sector
F Filippidou, N Nieboer, H Visscher
Energy and Buildings 132, 107-116, 2016
622016
Unravelling Dutch homeowners' behaviour towards energy efficiency renovations: What drives and hinders their decision-making?
S Ebrahimigharehbaghi, QK Qian, FM Meijer, HJ Visscher
Energy Policy 129, 546-561, 2019
602019
Building regulations in Europe Part II: A comparison of technical requirements in eight European countries
L Sheridan, HJ Visscher, FM Meijer
Housing and Urban Policy Studies 24, 2003
59*2003
Actual energy saving effects of thermal renovations in dwellings—longitudinal data analysis including building and occupant characteristics
P van den Brom, A Meijer, H Visscher
Energy and Buildings 182, 251-263, 2019
582019
Improved governance for energy efficiency in housing
H Visscher, F Meijer, D Majcen, L Itard
Building Research & Information 44 (5-6), 552-561, 2016
572016
Variances in residential heating consumption–Importance of building characteristics and occupants analysed by movers and stayers
P Van den Brom, AR Hansen, K Gram-Hanssen, A Meijer, H Visscher
Applied Energy 250, 713-728, 2019
512019
Modeling the green building (GB) investment decisions of developers and end-users with transaction costs (TCs) considerations
QK Qian, EHW Chan, H Visscher, S Lehmann
Journal of Cleaner Production 109, 315-325, 2015
502015
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