Energy Conservation by Peer Pressure

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Energy Conservation by Peer Pressure

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Conservation by Peer Pressure - If you had proof that you use more energy than 78% of your neighbors... http://ow.ly/1c5AKQ @xcelenergy
Friday, April 15, 2011 - 9:55am

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If you had proof that you use more energy than 78% of your neighbors, would you take steps to cut back?

Turns out that most of us would.

Continue reading about how social norms can affect energy conservation…

 

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Keywords: Energy | average energy use | energy conservation | home energy report | opower | peer pressure | social norms

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