Topic: Midwest Energy Survey

Publications

Public attitudes, beliefs, and practices on energy efficiency and climate change
12.30.13 | Results of the 2011 Midwest Energy Survey. Prepared for Focus on Energy. MORE
Communiques from the 2007 Midwest Energy Survey
06.17.13 | Communiques from the 2007 Midwest Energy Survey. MORE
Behavior Change for the Climate: Is the Public Thinking What We’re Thinking?
06.17.13 | Presented by Ingo Bensch at the Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference, Sacramento, California, November 19, 2008. MORE
Is Climate Change a Good Thing? Opportunities and Barriers to Using Climate Change to Motivate Efficiency
12.06.12 | Public attitudes about climate change have implications for advocates of energy efficiency and climate-friendly actions. The Energy Center examined what current attitudes about climate change mean for the use of climate messages to motivate energy... MORE

Webinars

Midwest Energy Survey: tracking household perceptions and actions
06.26.12 | Hear what residential customers in Wisconsin, the Midwest, and the nation had to say about energy topics! Join Ingo Bensch for a webinar on the Energy Center of Wisconsin's latest research on consumer perceptions and actions concerning their energy... MORE
The silver lining in climate survey results
12.15.09 | Customers are the key to effective energy efficiency programs, carbon mitigation strategies, and public dialogue on a clean energy economy. In this independent research on public opinion from Wisconsin, nine Midwestern states and the U.S., the... MORE