Based on the results of the pilot studies conducted within the NUDGE project, the event will present and discuss the various policy recommendations for action derived from these studies to answer the key question. The joint initiative of the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy of the State of Baden-Württemberg and the H2020 NUDGE project offers insights and discussion on the highly topical issue of how behavioral science can be used to address the energy-saving potentials of end consumers. The aim is to introduce and promote discussion on the current results of behavioral science and the NUDGE project in the European policy dialogue. In addition, the event will provide all stakeholders with practical examples of how to reduce energy consumption through nudging and concrete policy recommendations for action.
For further information, visit the NUDGE project website.