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Digitally Engaging and Empowering Employees for Energy Demand Reduction: A New Approach for the Next Generation?
Opinion is divided over whether technical solutions or behavioural change strategies offer the best energy savings potential in buildings. Behaviour change initiatives could have impact given current estimates that 30% of ...
Moving beyond feedback: Energy behaviour and local engagement in the United Kingdom
The energy savings potential within non-domestic buildings from behaviour change initiatives is well known. Energy efficiency measures can contribute to local, national and EU policy commitments on carbon reduction. Yet, ...
Competing priorities: Lessons in engaging students to achieve energy savings in universities.
(International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2018-10)
This paper presents findings from an EU funded international student-led energy saving competition (SAVES) on a scale previously unseen. There are multiple accounts of short-term projects and energy saving competitions ...
Policy, ‘politicking’ and organisational culture – Barriers to engaging employees in behaviour change initiatives.
The energy savings potential within non-domestic buildings/commercial buildings from behaviour change initiatives is becoming well known. Low-cost interventions centred on simple energy efficiency behaviour changes have ...
The Gorilla in the Library: lessons in using ICT to engage building users in energy reduction
This paper is concerned with the role of the digital economy as an enabler of behaviour change in the built environment. The Greenview research project at De Montfort University (DMU), funded by JISC’s Greening ICT fund , ...