CEE Comp Quarterly Brief N°2
This second CEE Comp quarterly brief describes the strategy used by CEE Comp to implement behavior change within the energy efficiency competition. The most common definition of behavior change will be presented to understand how this technique could be used and to achieve which objectives. Deepening into CEE Comp, the implementation of behavior change to energy efficiency through gamification will be discussed, presenting the main measures proposed, the communication tools used to raise awareness and some best practices adopted by the candidates.
The Cambodia Energy Efficiency Competition is an innovative competition between commercial buildings seeking to boost energy efficiency by addressing behavior change.
About CEE Comp: The Cambodia Energy Efficiency Competition is implemented by the ITC and Sevea. It is a local adaptation of the CUBE competition initiated by the French Institute for Building Performance (IFPEB) as a bid to reduce carbon emissions in France. The CEE Comp is implemented in partnership with the EuroCham, EnergyLab, the Liger Leadership Academy and the IFPEB, as well as with the financial support of Schneider Electric and the National Council for Sustainable Development under the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance Innovation Grant Facility, supported by the European Union, the United Nation Development Program and Sweden.
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