What is missing in research on non-monetary incentives in the household energy sector?
Jennifer Gewinner and
Energy Policy, 2018, vol. 123, issue C, 180-183
Based on current research, the impact of non-monetary incentives on energy consumption and green-energy uptake in the household sector remains unclear. Studies often only provide tests for combinations of measures and consider short time intervals. We provide a systematic review of the literature, point to several shortcomings in existing published studies and make recommendations for future research aiming to inform policy and other decision makers.
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