Working together to save energy? Report of the Smart Communities project

Burchell, K., Rettie, R. and Roberts, T. 2014. Working together to save energy? Report of the Smart Communities project. London Kingston University.

TitleWorking together to save energy? Report of the Smart Communities project
AuthorsBurchell, K., Rettie, R. and Roberts, T.
TypeProject report
Fileburchell et al 2014 smartcommunities report.pdf
Keywordsenergy demand; community action; behaviour and practice; energy knowhow
Year2014
PublisherKingston University
Place of publicationLondon
Web address (URL)http://www.psi.org.uk/site/project_detail/smart_communities_working_together_to_save_energy

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