Does it last? Long-term impacts of an app-based behavior change intervention on household electricity savings in Switzerland

  title={Does it last? Long-term impacts of an app-based behavior change intervention on household electricity savings in Switzerland},
  author={Devon Wemyss and Francesca Cellina and Evelyn Lobsiger-K{\"a}gi and Vanessa de Luca and Roberta Castri},
  journal={Energy Research \& Social Science},

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