How can I learn more?
- Behavior Insights and Tools: How Social Science Has Been—and Could Be—Applied to Connected Programs
- CEE Behavior Program Summary
- Keep the Change: Behavioral Persistence in Energy Efficiency Programs
- The CEE Library has a number of other reports and papers retrievable from a text search of the word "behavior"
CEE members are encouraged to instead view the wealth of resources available on the behavior pages of the CEE Forum.
You may find the following documents helpful in getting an overview of the topic of behavior change as it relates to energy efficiency. This list is not intended to be comprehensive. Please note that we provide these resources for informational purposes only and their presence on this page does not imply endorsement by CEE.
- Behavioural Insights for Demand-Side Energy Policy and Programmes, by USERSTCP and IEA.
- Integrating More Behavior Change Strategies into a Portfolio, by Tricia Gonzalez et al. (prepared for NYSERDA)
- Tracking Utility Behavior-Based Energy Programs Against the Behavioral Theories and Principles that Inspired Them, by Mary Zalesny (prepared for Southern California Edison)
- Behavioral Assumptions in Energy Efficiency Potential Studies, by Mithra Moezzi (prepared for the CIEE Behavior and Energy Program)
- Psychology and Global Climate Change: Addressing a Multifaceted Problem and Set of Challenges (American Psychological Association)