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Changing energy use behaviour at the workplace
Country: 
Lithuania
Target Group: 
Offices and SMEs

The project aims to reduce energy consumption in office buildings by influencing employees' behaviour. Office buildings often have modern technical infrastructure, but the behaviour of employees may prevent potential energy savings. People tends to use energy more wastefully at work than they do at home, as most often they have no financial incentive to save energy at their workplaces. Therefore, there is quite a challenge to find ways to encourage people to save energy at their workplace.

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Importance: 
4
Quality: 
3
Figyelemfelkeltés és megoldások a klímaváltozásra a helyi háztartásokban
Country: 
Hungary
Target Group: 
Households / consumers
A klíma-klub célja az volt, hogy felhívja a gödöllői háztartások figyelmét az éghajlatváltozás kérdéseinek hatásaira a háztartásokban, rámutasson az éghajlatváltozás és a lakossági fogyasztás összefüggéseire és tudatosabb, felelősebb hozzáállásra késztesse őket.
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Young people are supported in becoming Power Agents who take care of their own energy consumption and spread their knowledge to their families and their surroundings.
Country: 
Germany
Target Group: 
Schools
Households / consumers

The Power Agents project aims at spreading knowledge of energy saving and changing behaviour in households by clear positive messages. The project wants to motivate and support young people in becoming “Power Agents” who take care about their own energy consumption and who spread their knowledge by taking care of the energy consumption of their families and their personal surroundings. The Power Agents project is part of the EU project “Mein Haus spart” (“My house saves”).

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Importance: 
3.5
Quality: 
4.5
Promoting energy efficiency investments in a residential area in Finland by engaging residents collectively
Country: 
Finland
Target Group: 
Owners of houses, buildings or apartments
Households / consumers

The aim of the project was to promote energy efficiency in existing houses.  It was run by Enespa Ltd, Finland's smallest and oldest energy service company (ESCO). Enespa wanted to explore the possibilities to develop a full service package for residential energy efficiency investments. The focus was on existing detached houses and heating systems upgrades. In particular, the pilot explored the possibilities to develop a shared heating infrastructure for multiple houses.

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  • Alaposan ismerjük meg az energia felhasználókat – miért és mikor tudnának energiát megtakarítani!
  • Ne becsüljük alá a kontextus befolyását – a helyi körülmények lehetőségeket is kínálnak energia megtakarításra, de akadályokat is rejtenek magukban!
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