Institutional, social and individual behavioural effects of energy feedback in public buildings across eleven European cities
Graeme Stuart and
Energy Policy, 2017, vol. 110, issue C, 222-233
Better understanding of the factors influencing how people use energy in public buildings can help deliver more effective CO2 reduction strategies. This paper describes the institutional, social and individual behavioural effects of communication campaigns in over 500 public buildings in 11 European cities. These campaigns involved engaging with staff to reduce energy use through feedback services based on information from sub hourly meter readings.
Keywords: Public buildings; Energy feedback; Evaluation; Qualitative interviews; Behaviour change; Engagement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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