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Changing Behaviour is a project that aims to support change in energy use and energy services. We do so by applying social research on technological change to practical use. Our focus is on the interaction between energy experts and energy users: How can these different groups learn to understand each other better?

Changing Behaviour is an action research project. Researchers and practitioners work together to develop, test and refine tools for improved interaction that are sensitive to context, timing and the needs of different users and stakeholders.

Changing Behaviour is a European project that is funded by the EU 7th Framework Programme Energy theme (contract number: 213217). The project partners are from Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands and the UK.
Welcome to our first Newsletter!
Monday, 16 June 2008 13:44
CHANGING BEHAVIOUR highlighted at the open-ing of C3SEP at Central European University
Monday, 16 June 2008 12:44
The Centre for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (C3SEP) highlighted Changing Behaviour as one of the key programs currently associated with the university at the Centre opening on April 21. 3CSEP is an interdisciplinary research and educational center at Central European University (CEU) whose mission is to foster solutions to climate change and sustainable energy challenges while advancing the implementation of development agendas.
Amsterdam meeting identifies factors influencing energy behaviour and success factors for change
Thursday, 05 June 2008 11:58
Changing Behaviour had a very fruitful meeting in Amsterdam in April. Intensive groupwork sessions charted the existing knowledge in the consortium concerning factors influencing energy behaviour and characteristics of successful change programmes targeted at households, SMEs, municipalities and other building users.

Energy-related behavioural determinants were examined in three categories. Factors influencing the willingness to change include trust issues,
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