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.