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From private lives to collective action: Recruitment and participation incentives for a community energy program

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2010

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Hoffman, Steven M., and High-Pippert, Angela, 2010, From private lives to collective action: Recruitment and participation incentives for a community energy program: Energy Policy, v. 38, iss. 12, p. 7567-7574.

Summary

Community energy initiatives offer a potentially important means for reshaping the electrical system in a manner compatible with emissions reduction goals. Many such initiatives, however, focus upon top-down, institutionally structured approaches that understand community residents as atomistic, economically motivated, and minimally engaged. This paper examines a number of case studies that are based upon a bottom-up approach rooted in a civic culture that seeks to maximize the capacities of an active and engaged citizenry. The paper focuses upon two mutually dependent issues: first, recruiting community members, and second, sustaining their participation.

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