The impact of informational feedback on energy consumption—A survey of the experimental evidence
Sanem Sergici and
Energy, 2010, vol. 35, issue 4, 1598-1608
In theory, In-Home Displays (IHDs) can revolutionize the way utilities communicate information to customers because they can induce changes in customer behavior even when they are not accompanied by a change in electric prices or rebates for purchasing efficient equipment. IHDs provide consumers with direct feedback—real-time information on energy consumption and costs—and turn a once opaque and static electric bill into a transparent, dynamic, and controllable process. However, to what extent do consumers actually respond to the direct feedback provided by IHDs?
Keywords: Energy efficiency; Energy conservation; Information; Feedback; In-home displays (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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