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What Works in Changing Energy Using Behaviours in the Home? A Rapid Evidence Assessment

RAND Europe's Rapid Evidence Assessment to understand “What works in changing energy-using behaviours in the home?”.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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What Works in Changing Energy Using Behaviours in the Home? A Rapid Evidence Assessment

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RAND Europe was commissioned by the Department of Energy & Climate Change to undertake a Rapid Evidence Assessment to understand “What works in changing energy-using behaviours in the home?”. The main objective was to answer this question by systematically reviewing the evidence around domestic behaviour change, with a particular focus on international evidence.

Published 15 November 2012