What is best practice for conducting systematic reviews of evidence related to End Use Energy Demand (EUED)?
Guidance will be produced on how to carry out systematic reviews in end-use energy demand for a range of review types.
There is very little best practice guidance for how to undertake systematic reviews of evidence related to energy demand. This means establishing an evidence base is undermined by a general mistrust of the data or information. By undertaking a review of approaches to systematic reviews of evidence in the health field (e.g. Cochrane or Campbell Collaboration), it will be possible to improve the assessment of the quality of the evidence base. Protocols for undertaking systematic reviews focus on specific questions, selection criteria, rigorous quality assessment and dissemination of findings. The output will be guidance on how to carry out systematic reviews in end-use energy demand.
Principal Investigator Ian Hamilton