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The majority of the available work on student experiences with energy vulnerability has come out of the UK. The UK has taken a greater academic interest in student living experiences more than the US, developing bodies of work around studentification and thus possibly a greater interest in topics like energy vulnerability in the context of a student population. Some work has been done in the US on student housing, but not specifically on student energy vulnerability.
The following articles offer methodologies that may be useful when planning potential study design as well as frameworks that fit within EVP's research goals.