Solarize Boosts Installations and Transforms Solar Markets Across America
Europe’s Energy Neighborhoods
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Opower’s Home Energy Report, Minnesota
California’s Energy Conservation Competition
ClimateSmart Home Service, Queensland, Australia
A Dirty Word or a Dirty World? Attribute Framing, Political Affiliation, and Query Theory
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Household Income, Electricity Use, and Rate-Structure Preferences
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Energy Conservation Behavior: The Difficult Path from Information to Action
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Using Social Cognition and Persuasion to Promote Energy Conservation: A Quasi-Experiment
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