I am a sociologist working at the R&D department of EDF, the French national electricity company. I am also affiliated with the DEMAND Center at Lancaster University.

My research combines aspects of science and technology studies and economic sociology to examine the constitution of people as consumers in the energy sector.

I study the embedded politics of small domestic objects such as meters and appliances which act as mediators toward shaping electricity from a basic utility service into a consumer good that increasingly has to be individually chosen, consumed and paid for.

Contact: catherine.grandclement [at] gmail [dot] com