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Challenges in evaluating intervention effects of feedback on residential energy conservation in a field setting


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Title: Challenges in evaluating intervention effects of feedback on residential energy conservation in a field setting
Authors: Weimer, Kerstin
Ahlström, Richard
Lisspers, Jan
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2018
Extent: 26
Publication type: report
Publisher: Centrum för konsumtionsvetenskap
Organization: Mittuniversitetet
Citation: CFK-rapport 2018:1
Series/Report no.: CFK-rapport
2018:1
Keywords: energy conservation
feedback
Relational Frame Theory
Abstract: A field intervention investigated the effect of feedback on residential electricity use in households in Sweden. For a period of eight weeks differentiated energy use for daily domestic behaviors was monitored by 15 residents via an internetbased system. Feedback designed based on Relational Frame Theory was convened to enhance motivation for energy conservation and follow-up studies analysed the maintenance of change for another 3 months. Psychological factors including values, attitudes, moral... more
ISSN: 1653-7491
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/58227
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