Behavioral Programs Come of Age: Analyzing the Savings from Recent Home Energy Report Program Studies

Posted September 22, 2022 By Tabitha Munson

In this white paper presented at the ACEEE Summer Study in Buildings 2022 Conference, Tabitha Munson and Matt Galport, along with co-writers Kojo Quaye and Carolyn Sloane (Oracle Utilities) explore energy savings from home energy reports (HERs) and the influencing factors that influence overall impact evaluation results. The team conducted a comprehensive meta-analysis from recent HERs programs and share their recommendations for future behavior-based energy efficiency program reporting.

Read the white paper