Posts Tagged ‘ energy behavior ’

The Human Side of the Energy Equation

January 29, 2013
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The Human Side of the Energy Equation

Just as quitting smoking can be difficult, changing behaviors around energy consumption is also not easy. Utilities, universities and private companies are hiring not only engineers to study and implement behavior-based solutions but also sociologists and even psychologists.

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Next Level: Gamification

July 12, 2011
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Next Level: Gamification

There have been a slew of energy management announcements recently—just check out other posts in this blog—but it’s one from a do-it-yourself product that has really piqued my interest. Why? It isn’t because it’s for DIYers. It’s because its partner is starting to break new and important ground in engaging users. The install-youself PowerCost...

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The Future of Energy Management

October 20, 2010
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The Future of Energy Management

You may have seen the reports. Consumers say they want to be green and energy efficient, then they behave differently—or do nothing to save. Motivating consumers to buy and install energy-saving products has been a puzzle for energy efficiency advocates. But a couple of companies say they have figured it out. Opower, which provides...

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