Social Issues

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

 

Published Reports

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, Energy Consumers Australia.

Bedggood, R., O’Mahony, C., Pervan, F. and Buergelt, P. (2017) Power Shift Project Two: Delving into the Co-Benefits Identified in the Low Income Energy Efficiency Reports. Final Report: Synthesis of Key Learnings of the Co-Benefits Arising from Improved Energy Efficiency in Australia, Swinburne University of Technology and Charles Darwin University, represented by GEER Australia. Delivered to Energy Consumers Australia.

Bedggood, R., O’Mahony, C., Pervan, F. and Buergelt, P. (2017) Power Shift Project Two: Delving into the Co-Benefits Identified in the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program Reports, Report 1, Overview of the Co-Benefits that Result from Improved Energy Efficiency, Swinburne University of Technology and Charles Darwin University represented by GEER Australia. Delivered to Energy Consumers Australia.

Bedggood, R., O’Mahony, C., Pervan, F. and Wiland, N. (2017) Power Shift Project Two: Overview of the Low Income Energy Efficiency Projects- Energy Savings and Co-benefits, Swinburne University of Technology and Charles Darwin University represented by GEER Australia. Delivered to Energy Consumers Australia.