Behaviour Change for Energy Efficiency: Opportunities for International Cooperation – 12 September 2018
G20 economies have agreed that behaviour change is an important part of realising global gains in energy efficiency. Now, they are seeking to determine how international collaboration on behaviour change within the G20, and beyond, could help to enhance national and regional efforts to scale up energy efficiency.
The workshop will:
- Introduce behaviour change for energy efficiency, covering: i) how behaviour change theory can be used to strengthen traditional energy efficiency policies such as standards and labelling schemes; and ii) new policy interventions to encourage energy efficient behaviour.
- Explore the particular opportunities and challenges faced in encouraging behaviour change across sectors and in different country contexts; and
- Identify possible topics for future collaboration as well as potential mechanisms and resources for collaboration, including the Task Groups under the G20 Energy Efficiency Leading Programme
Please register for this workshop here: https://survey2018.oecd.org/Survey.aspx?s=a4b43f64be994ceb9ab577b3a30de652
For questions concerning the online registration for this workshop please contact Paola Cajamarca (firstname.lastname@example.org).