Behavioral Energy Programs go Mainstream

Thanks to companies like Opower, behavioral approaches to energy conservation are becoming more mainstream, and achieving sizable reductions in energy use. Opower uses behavioral sciences to drive its energy conservation programs with large utilities such as PG&E. In Europe, the PLEEC (Planning for Energy Efficient Cities) has released a report that suggests behavioral approaches are most effective when they are integrated into the overall energy conservation strategy.

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