Human behaviour and energy demand : How behavioural science can be used to reduceenergy demand in the residential sector

Bachelor thesis English OPEN
Kaczmarek, Haiko (2015)
  • Publisher: KTH, Energiteknik
  • Subject: Behaviour | Demand reduction | Energy | Nudging | Gamification | Demand | Behavioural Science | Greenely | Energy Technology

The threat of human induced climate change is imminent. The reason is an everyincreasing demand for energy and products, producing more and more greenhousegas emissions. Everybody needs to take responsibility now. The estimations are thatwith 2% annual energy savings fr... View more
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