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This paper presents the findings of U.K research on organisational behaviour and behaviour change in relation to energy efficiency in the business sector. It considers the key factors driving investment decisions across different industry sectors and business sizes, including the barriers faced by business and implications for policy. The research was based on the assessment of journal articles, conference papers and studies.
The paper was written by the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) and the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford (ECI) for the Department of Energy & Climate Change in the U.K.
This paper can be used by educators teaching in the Business/Management/Commerce/Economics disciplines. It can be used to gain a holistic view of the barriers inhibiting energy efficiency in business, as well as some suggested solutions to these barriers.