Notification: To access all the functionalities needed for the Conference, please download the latest Zoom version here.
Main Objectives and targeted audience
- To foster political support to integrate behavioural insights in energy efficiency policy making and programme designing;
- To facilitate the exchange of innovative ideas, field experiences, and scientific studies among researchers, practitioners, and government officials regarding the application of behavioural insights for accelerating and upscaling energy efficiency improvement;
- To disseminate good practices and latest knowledge on behavioural insights application in energy efficiency in the private sector
The targeted audience will include scholars, energy efficiency policymakers and regulators, decision-makers, international development workers, as well as practitioners and the private sector. BEHAVE 2018 attracted over 320 participants. We expect to see another record high number of participants in Copenhagen.
- Behavioural insights and their application in the developing world
- Integrating behavioural insights in international development assistance
- Integrating behavioural insights in private sector companies and business models
- Promoting sustainable energy behaviours: instruments, interventions and evaluation of behaviour change effects
- Behavioural insights for effective climate change mitigation
- Behavioural potential to facilitate the smart grid and demand response
- End-use energy efficiency in buildings and organisations
- Users behaviour in transport and mobility
- Behaviour integration into energy modelling
- Multidisciplinary approaches to energy behaviours for achieving the SDGs
How to participate
The portal for on-line registration and paper and proposal submission will be open from 10 February 2020. More information about the event, including a detailed programme, scientific committee members, and keynote speakers will be published and regularly updated. For more information, please follow us at http://enr-network.org/; https://c2e2.unepccc.org/.