Energy behaviour refers to all human actions that affect the way that fuels (electricity, gas, petroleum, coal, etc) are used to achieve desired products and services, including the acquisition or disposal of energy-related technologies and materials, and how these are used.« Back to Glossary Index
Term: Energy Behaviour
About the Author: Energy Cutures
New Zealand's transport and business sectors have the greatest potential for significant energy savings, and increased competitiveness through energy efficiency. Households also have much to gain through warmer, drier homes and energy savings. Energy Cultures 2 is a 4-year research project to develop the knowledge and tools to achieve these changes.