A popular technological platform for helping residential customers monitor and reduce their energy usage. They have been selected as the platform of choice in numerous utility-managed behavioral efficiency programs.
Provides an overview of residential customer information and behavior energy efficiency programs for policy makers, with a focus on customer information/feedback.
Provides behavior design and evaluation consulting services to organizations that are interested in using behavioral strategies to increase the effectiveness of their clean energy programs in New York State.
Surveyed the Opower program, in which social comparison-based home energy reports were repeatedly mailed to more than six million households nationwide. Found that behavioral impacts built up slowly and attenuated slowly.
A comparative analysis of utility-run behavior programs, counting 281 programs, many with multiple iterations, offered by 114 energy providers and third parties between 2008 and 2013.