The Effect of Mild and Strong Public Commitments on Energy Conservation in Jackson, Michigan
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Using Television Modeling to Reduce Energy Consumption in Roanoke,Virginia
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Reducing Electricity and Natural Gas Consumption Using Feedback and Incentives in Voorschoten, Netherlands, ,
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The Use of Prompts in Reducing Electricity Consumption in University Classrooms
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The Implementation of Set-Back Thermostats and Social Diffusion in Twin Rivers, New Jersey
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Factors Necessary for the Social Diffusion of Social Energy in New England
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Reduction of Residential Consumption of Electricity Through Simple Monthly Feedback
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