"Kill a Watt EZ" Electricity Usage Meter as a Teaching Tool

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Stephan Pollard Fayetteville November 18, 2007 01:16 PM
All, I would be interested in hearing from those who've used (or seen it used) the subject device as a teaching tool. How was it used it and how would you rate the effectivenes…

Eco Footprint of Computers

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eyeblink1 February 17, 2007 09:42 AM
This question was just posed to me by an administrator at an art museum. She is about to present a greening of the facility to a staff of 300 and she was wondering about the issue…

Energy Consumption Behavior

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Lisa Chacon San Francisco January 31, 2007 01:19 AM
I'm trying to find information about an energy consumption behavior study reportedly done in Sweden, in which electrical meters in private homes were given visual happy/sad face i…

Seeking Info on How to Track Energy Saved in Community Energy Efficiency Project

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Tammy Deets Bainbridge Island January 24, 2007 03:45 PM
We are launching a community energy efficiency project that promotes the use of a varity of measures from CFL bulbs to occupancy sensor power strip to reduce the use of electricit…

Enviro Perf Weather Report - Relevance to CBSM

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Burt Hamner August 09, 2006 03:54 PM
From: Burton (sent via a borrowed account) This could be a good simple CBSM program eval tool. I made up this Excel spreadsheet years ago and then lost it in some directory.…

Reduction of Residential Consumption of Electricity Through Simple Monthly Feedback

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Hayes, Steven C., Cone, John D., Reduction of residential consumption of electricity through simple monthly feedback. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1981, 14, 81-88.
The researchers found that electricity was reduced by 4.7% when households received the feedback letter. The results of this study demonstrate the effectiveness and practicality o…

EnerGuide for Houses

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Reducing Electricity and Natural Gas Consumption Using Feedback and Incentives in Voorschoten, Netherlands, ,

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Midden, C. J., Meter, J. E., Weenig, M. H., & Zieverink, H. J. (1983). Using feedback, reinforcement and information to reduce energy consumption in
The information-only group had the least reduction in energy savings in both electricity (7.6%) and natural gas (0%). All three intervention groups had substantial reduction in e…

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