Agarwal, R., Garg, M., Tejaswini, D., Garg, V., Srivastava, P., Mathur, J., & Gupta, R. (2023). A review of residential energy feedback studies. Energy and Buildings, 113071.
Gupta, R, and Antony, A (2023) Field study on measuring indoor air quality in certified green-rated urban Indian residences. Proceedings of Comfort At The Extremes, 2023 conference.
Chattopadhyay, K., Garg, V., Paruchuri, P., Mathur, J., & Valluri, S. (2022). Impact of COVID-19 on energy consumption in a residential complex in Hyderabad, India. Energy Informatics, 5(4), 1-17.
Nayak, B. K., Sansaniwal, S. K., Mathur, J., Chandra, T., Garg, V., & Gupta, R. (2023). A review of residential building archetypes and their applications to study building energy consumption. Architectural Science Review, 1-14.
Nayak, B. K., Sansaniwal, S. K., Mathur, J., Chandra, T., & Garg, V. (2023). Identifying building archetypes based on energy performance as the major criteria: a case of Jaipur, India. Advances in Building Energy Research, 1-26.
Gupta, R, Gregg, M, and Antony, A, (2023) Wintertime patterns of residential electricity use and indoor temperature in the composite climate of India. Proceedings of the SBE Conference.
Gupta, R, Gregg, M, and Antony, A, (2023) Evaluating the effectiveness of smart home energy management systems in the real-world. CIBSE Technical Symposium, UK April 2023.
Tejaswini, D., Ramapragada, P., Gundepudi, S., Kandukuri, P. R., Garg, V., Mathur, J., & Gupta, R. (2022). Residential electricity current and appliance dataset for AC-event detection from Indian dwellings. Energy Informatics, 5(4), 1-12.
Ramapragada, P., Tejaswini, D., Garg, V., Mathur, J., & Gupta, R. (2022). Investigation on air conditioning load patterns and electricity consumption of typical residential buildings in tropical wet and dry climate in India. Energy Informatics, 5(4), 1-20.
Gupta, R, Antony, A, Walia, A, Dhingra, N, Tathagat, T. and Varma, P. (2022). Examining the variation in daily and peak electricity use in urban Indian households by AC ownership Proceedings of BSO Conference 2022.
Gupta, R, Antony, A, Walia, A, Dhingra, N, Tathagat, T. and Varma, P, (2022) Examining the variation in residential electricity use in urban Indian households with and without air-conditioning. Proceedings of the International Sustainable Ecological Engineering and Design for Society Conference 2022, 31 August – 2 September 2022, Bristol, UK
Gupta, R, Antony, A, Walia, A, Dhingra, N, Tathagat, T. and Varma, P. (2022). A Nationwide Empirical Study of Residential Electricity Use in India. Proceedings of PLEA Conference 2022. Santiago.
Gupta, R, Antony, A, Walia, A, Dhingra, N, Tathagat, T. and Varma, P, (2022) Understanding peak periods of electricity use in Indian urban dwellings with and without air-conditioning. Proceedings of ECEEE 2022 conference.
Gupta, R, and Antony, A (2021) Residential electricity use and perceived thermal comfort during the first wave of Covid-19 lockdown in India Proceedings of Comfort At The Extremes, 2021 conference: pp 121-129 October 2021,
Gupta, R, Antony, A, Garg, V and Mathur, J (2021) Investigating the relationship between residential AC, indoor temperature and relative humidity in Indian dwellings. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2069(1): pp 012103.25-27 August 2021, Copenhagen, Denmark DOI:10.1088/1742-6596/2069/1/012103
Sansaniwal, S, Mathur, J, Garg, V and Gupta, R., (2020) Review of studies on thermal comfort in Indian residential buildings, Science and Technology for the Built Environment, DOI: 10.1080/23744731.2020.1724734
Gupta, R, Tuteja, S, Mathur, J and Garg, V., (2020) Meta-study of residential energy studies in India, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 410, pp1-11,
Gupta, R, Tuteja, S, Garg, V, Agarwal, R, and Ramapragada, P (2020) Understanding the relationship between indoor environment, electricity use and household socio-demographics: insights from an empirical study in Hyderabad, Proceedings of Energise 2020 conference: Energy innovation for a sustainable economy, Hyderabad, India, 11-13 February 2020, pp 58-65