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 Applying Behavioral Insights for
Cost-effective Energy Efficiency Interventions

Join us for a webinar on October 30th, 2020 at 01:00 PM CEST

Register now!

Recent developments of behavioural sciences offer valuable insights on human thinking and choices. They indicate the existence of many common human biases; the context and considerations other than personal utility maximization often affect human decisions. Governments around the world are integrating these findings into the designing of their policies and measures. The advantage of gentle nudging for scaling up energy efficiency actions is its low cost and high effectiveness. This webinar will present how to apply behavioural insights to close the energy efficiency gap in municipalities.  

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar. 

Stay safe, 
The Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency team. 


  • Xianli Zhu
    Senior Economist, Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency
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