Energy Efficiency: Perspectives on Individual Behavior



Edited by Willett Kempton, Princeton University, and Max Neiman, University of California, Berkeley


This book assembles case studies and research that examine energy-related behavior in detail and sheds light on how individuals make decisions. The chapter authors explore energy behavior from a broad range of perspectives including anthropology, behavioral psychology, sociology, economics, and engineering. Their work clarifies how people perceive and use energy.

"...a compelling excellent addition to the working bookshelf of any person involved in energy policy development, programming or implementation."

-- Robert Bartley, Cavalier Management
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