Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change Conference: Changing User Behavior to Conserve Energy

Signo Uddenberg is a featured panelist in the “Spotlight on Efficiency in Schools and Hospitals”, a discussion at the Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change Conference in Sacramento, California on Tuesday, October 17, from 1.30 – 3.00pm.

Signo joins a panel that includes Emily Cross of Navigant Consulting, Laurel Kruke of Pierce Energy Planning, and Sarah Outcault of University of California, Davis. The discussion presents four case studies on behavior-based programs designed to conserve energy in K-12 schools and examines the challenges, best practices, and opportunities in measuring energy savings that correlate with behavior change. Signo will present MKThink’s recent work with Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco evaluating the performance of the Siboni Arts and Science Center.

For more information on the panelists and their respective case studies, see the abstract: “Spotlight on Efficiency in Schools and Hospitals”

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