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iPhone App Helps Users Make Their Homes More Energy Efficient

iPhone App Helps Users Make Their Homes More Energy Efficient
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A mobile program provides simple advice designed to change the behavior of its users.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 september 2010

The Duke Center For Behavioral Economics has developed a new app for the iPhone that aims to improve the energy efficiency of homes. Negawatt provides energy saving advice and displays the inventory and overall summary of a home in terms of dollars and energy consumed to make users conscious of the way they light their houses, thus enabling them to make a positive impact on the environment and saving them money in the process.

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