Poster Presenters

Heather Akin, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Understanding Global Perceptions of Climate Change: A Cross-Cultural Comparison

Ingo Bensch, Energy Center of Wisconsin: Behavioral Opportunities Among the Households that Use the Most Energy

Audrey Bona, IMS: Study of Occupant Behaviors at Home and Development of a Decision Tool to Improve Their Interaction with the Buildings

Julie Colehour, C+C: Changing Behavior with ENERGY STAR

Ryan Daley, National Renewable Energy Lab: Refueling Behavior of Flex Fuel Vehicle Drivers in the Federal Fleet

Michael Denevan, Community Energy Services Corporation: Energy Efficiency and Solar: Reaching the Interested but Uniformed

Eva Dopico, Davis Joint Unified School District: Having fun with garbage!!: Recycled Art Projects from 2nd Graders

Dana D’Souza, Skumatz Economic Research Associates: Plastic / Single Use Bag Policy – Bans, Fees, Both, Neither– How do we modify behavior?

Rebecca Ford, Victoria University of Wellington: Energy Transitions and the Energy Cultures Framework

Karoline Gamma, University of St.Gallen: Customer Acceptance of Energy Consumption Feedback Systems: The Role of Hypocrisy Under Different Construal Levels

Thomas Glendening, ICF International: Smart Thinking – Leveraging Technology to Foster Behavior Change

Chris Gordon, Vermont Energy Investment Corp.: Go Vermont: Advancing Commuting Alternatives & Innovative Partnerships

Paul Grimal, University College London: Reframing Energy Demand Reduction in the UK residential sector: Implications of 24 Hours Profile Energy Performances for Policy-makers and Utilities

Rimas Gulbinas, Virginia Tech: Quantifying and Targetting Inefficient Energy-Use Behavior in Commercial Building

Farzana Hannan and Carol Miller, Wayne State University: Creating Transparency in the Energy/Emissions Link through LEEM (Locational Emissions Estimation Methodology)

Caroline Hodge, ecoAmerica: Translating Behavioral Research for Policymakers and the Public

John Horn, California Center for Sustainable Energy: Utilizing Green Button Data to Ascertain the Economic Benefit of Switching to Time of Use Rates for PG&E, SCE, and SDG&E EV Customers

Evan Johnson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Are heavy energy users more likely to “buy in” to residential energy-saving programs and services?

V. Rory Jones, PlanetEcosystems: Today’s Customer Engagement initiatives: Missing the point?

Aaiysha Khursheed, Itron: Lights Out!  T12s Have Left the Building

Lauren Knapp, University of Delaware: Offshore Wind Power: Perceptions, Preferences and Willingness to Pay

Megan McMichael, UCL Energy Institute: Trusted Information on Energy Efficiency in a Community Programme

Ayako Mikami, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.: Effect on Energy Saving Behavior by the Incentive in the Smart Apartment in Japan

Ken-ichiro Nishio, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry: Electricity-saving Behaviors in the Residential Sector of Japan

Nicole O’Connor, Energy Outreach Colorado: Occupant Engagement Considerations: Nonprofit Staff vs. Affordable Housing Resident Strategies

Meghan Oswalt, USDA Forest Service: US Forest Service’s Power-IT-Down Initiative

Yael Parag, School of Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Center: Agency, Capacity and Electricity Demand Reduction

Nirav Patel, Human Dimensions Research Unit, Cornell University: High School Educators and Their Students’ Perception of Climate Change and Renewable Energy

Stefanie Rumm, University of Applied Science Weihenstephan-Triesdorf / Straubing Center of Science: Labelling of Bio-based Plastics

Nik Sawe, Stanford University: The Impacts of the Energy Star on Consumer Decision-Making

Rachel Schiff, DNV GL: Oh, Behave! Encouraging Energy Efficient Behavior in Small to Medium Commercial Businesses

Vince Schueler, Washington State University Energy Program: Seeing the Forest and the Trees:  Organizational Ecology and Energy Efficiency Program Outcomes

Meng Shen, University of Maryland and Tianjin University: Opinion Dynamics’ Model for Social Norms on Behavior Based Energy Efficiency

Ellen Steiner, EMI Consulting: A Research Methods Taxonomy for Behavior Based Programs

Carol Suhan, FortisBC: Kooteany and Okanagan Energy Diets

Signe Waechter, ETH Zurich: The Misleading Effect of Energy Efficiency Information

Marsha Walton, NYSERDA: NYSERDA’s Behavior Research Model

Cindy Ward, Wilfrid Laurier University: Motivation for Small and Medium Enterprises to Reduce Energy

Amy Wolfe, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Behavioral and Building Performance:  Strategies for Institutional Change