Power Shift Project One: Driving Change – Identifying what Caused Low-Income Consumers to Change Behaviour

Final report on the 2013–2016 Commonwealth Government established Low-Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEEP), which funded 20 consortia across Australia to trial various initiatives to support low-income households to reduce their energy use and associated bills.

You can view the Executive Summary of the report here

The full report can be found here

Full citation:

Russell-Bennett, R., Bedggood, R., Glavas, C., Swinton, T., McAndrew, R., O’Mahony, C., Pervan, F., & Willand, N. (2017). Power Shift Project One: Driving Change – Identifying what Caused Low-Income Consumers to Change Behaviour, Final Report, Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology and Swinburne University of Technology.

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