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Aalbers, R.; van der Heijden, E.; Potters, J.; van Soest, D.; Vollebergh, H. (2009). Technology adoption subsidies: An experiment with managers. Energy Economics, 31(3), 431-442.

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Kezunovic, M.; Waller, S. T.; Damnjanovic, I. (2010). Framework for studying emerging policy issues associated with PHEVs in managing coupled power and transportation systems. Paper presented at the 2010 IEEE Green Technologies.

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Parker, P.; Rowlands, I. H.; Scott, D. (2003). Innovations to reduce residential energy use and carbon emissions: An integrated approach. Canadian Geographer, 47(2), 169-184.

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Sovacool, B. K. (2009). The importance of comprehensiveness in renewable electricity and energy-efficiency policy. Energy Policy, 37(4), 1529-1541.

Spagnolli, A.; Corradi, N.; Gamberini, L.; Hoggan, E.; Jacucci, G.; Katzeff, C.; Broms, L.; Jonsson, L. (2011). Eco-feedback on the go: Motivating energy awareness. Computer, 44(5), 38-45.

Srivastava, J.; Shu, L. H. (2011). Encouraging environmentally conscious behaviour through product design: The principle of discretization. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference.

Stefanovich, M. A. P. (2011). Does concern for global warming explain support for wave energy development? A case study from Oregon, U.S.A. Paper presented at the OCEANS 2011 IEEE – Spain.

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