OECD report: Around the world, consumers use energy info to curb consumption

June 10, 2011 at 7:08 pm

A new 10-country study shows that around the world, when consumers get the energy information provided via smart meters, they take more action to save energy and cut demand.

This report — published this week by the Organization for Economics, Cooperation and Development (OECD) — examined policies that might influence people to behave in more environmentally friendly ways…

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Entry filed under: consumer benefits, consumer energy feedback, demand response, dynamic pricing, environmental benefits, Research, smart energy demand, Smart Meters.

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