|Research Note 2: Rating Expert Advice on How to Change Energy Behaviour|
|Thursday, 04 February 2010 13:43|
There is a wide literature on 'tools' and methods to change energy-related behaviour. This literature is reviewed in D5: Interaction Schemes for Successful Energy Demand Management. But how appropriate are these tools for intermediaries promoting energy efficiency and energy conservation on the local level? The CHANGING BEHAVIOUR team has rated 19 of the most widely discussed tools. Our partners have pooled their experience to give their views on "what works where and for whom". '
A summary of this excersise is available in CHANGING BEHAVIOUR Research Note 2