Willingness to Pay for Energy-Saving Measures in Residential Buildings ∗

  title={Willingness to Pay for Energy-Saving Measures in Residential Buildings ∗},
  author={Silvia BANFI and Mehdi Farsi and Massimo Filippini},
This paper uses a choice experiment to evaluate the consumers' willingness to pay for energy-saving measures in Switzerland's residential buildings. These measures include air renewal (ventilation) systems and insulation of windows and facades. Two groups of respondents consisting respectively of 163 apartment tenants and 142 house owners were asked to choose between their housing status quo and each one of the several hypothetical situations with different attributes and prices. The estimation… CONTINUE READING
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