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Effecting Employee Energy conservation behaviour at the Workplace by utilising Gamification

@inproceedings{Kotsopoulos2017EffectingEE,
  title={Effecting Employee Energy conservation behaviour at the Workplace by utilising Gamification},
  author={Dimosthenis Kotsopoulos and Stavros Lounis and Cleopatra Bardaki and Katerina Pramatari},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2017}
}
Energy consumption is one of the widely recognised important factors that should be addressed, in reducing CO2 emissions towards addressing climate change. However, albeit the documented effect of public buildings, in specific, on energy consumption, only a limited body of research focuses on one of the most important factors that could limit it: employees’ energy consumption behaviour. Aiming to contribute to this path of research, we have identified gamification as an instrument that, when… 

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