Poster Presenters

Temur Akhmedov, Warren Energy Engineering: Introducing the Concept of Personal Resilience: A Starting Point of Every Behavioral Program

Saroj Bhattarai, University of Dayton: Residential Energy Report Card for University Students for Driving Behavioral Energy Reduction and for Measuring Behavior Impact on Consumption

Richard Bull, De Montfort University: Bridging Building User Engagement to Enable Behaviour Change

Divya Chandrasenan, National Space Science & Technology Center, University of Alabama: Energy Behaviors of Indian Future Workforce: Cluster Analysis on a Critical Issue

Lauren Cheatham, University of Hawai‘I at Manoa Shidler College: Addressing Different Audiences: How Attitude Change Across the Spectrum Can Shift Important Behavioral Outcomes

Matthew Christie, TRC Energy Services: Local Coalitions Driving Green, Resilient Building Development

Bridget Clark, University of California, Davis: Contested Energies: A Comparative Case Study of Disputed Energy Transport Infrastructures and the Fight for America’s Energy Future

Ranjit Desai, Rochester Institute of Technology: Effects of Heterogeneity on Marginal Abatement Costs in Personal Vehicle Transportation

Elizabeth Focella, Research Into Action: Lessons Learned (So Far) From the Nascent Area of Multifamily Behavior Change Programs

Erik Funkhouser, University of Texas at Austin: A Solar Soft Cost Knowledge Base to Bridge Stakeholder Communities

Victoria Haines, Loughborough University: The Bridging Role of User-Centred Design in Residential Energy Demand Reduction

Joel Hicks, George Mason University: Energy Efficiency Escrows – How Loss Aversion Can Conserve Energy

Soh Young In, Stanford University: Is ‘Being Green’ Rewarded in the Market? An Empirical Investigation of Decarbonization and Stock Returns

Dalya Ismael, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityHow the Intentional Framing of Rating Systems Can Lead to More Sustainable Infrastructure

Hannah Justus, EMI Consulting: Are You Sure You Meant That? Using Cognitive Interviews to Inform Decision-Making Research

Beth Karlin, See Change Institute: A Toolkit for Employee Greening

Auriane Koster, Pierce Energy Planning: Energy is Everything: How a Business, Non-Profit, and School District Came Together to Develop Sustainability-Minded Change Agents

John Leyden, University of California, Berkeley: TripAware: A Mobile Application Encouraging Sustainable Transportation Habits

Andreas Niedermeier, Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences: Green Plastic Packaging: A Consumer Segmentation Study in Germany

Renee Obringer, Purdue University: The Influence of Norms on the Water-Electricity Demand Nexus

Dania Ortiz, MIT Portugal: Integral Assessment of Energy Planning Policies

Nicholas Pallonetti, Center For Sustainable Energy: Electric Vehicle Adoption: Motivations, Barriers, and Outcomes by Income Group

Jana Plananska, University of St. Gallen: Tailoring Climate Change Communication to Female Target Groups

Steven Puller, Texas A&M University: Putting Behavioral Economics to Work: Nudging Customers to “Go Green”

William Rodriguez, MIT Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems: Understanding Potential EV Owners’ Preferences Towards Enrolling into Demand Response Programs

Michael Santulli, Skumatz Economic Research Associates: Evidence on the Influence of Self-Efficacy Attitudes on “Green” Behaviors

Prami Sengupta, University of Florida: Residential Energy Conservation: A Quantitative Analysis of Conservation-Attitude, Conservation-Intention, and Constraints in Predicting Perceived Residential Energy Efficiency

Constantine Spandagos, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology: Integrating Behavioral Economic Principles to Energy Policy Formulation: A Fuzzy Logic Approach for Modeling Residential Cooling Energy Decisions under Bounded Rationality and Other Natural Concepts

Tish Tablan, Generation 180: Activating School Communities as Catalysts for Clean Energy Change

Emma Tome, University of California, Berkeley: Predicting Drivers of Low-income Solar Adoption in California

Nat Treadway, DEFG: Consumer Control: One Key to the Value of Electric Service

Jennifer Westerholm, Metro Nashville Department of General Services: Building a Culture of Sustainability in Nashville, TN

Katie Williamson, University of Michigan:  Exploring Mental Maps of Community-Based Climate Adaptation in Coastal Connecticut

Zimasa Zililo, Ashikaga University (Japan): Development of Power Control for a Microgrid (Including Renewable Energy) in Rural Areas of South Africa