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Jamie Agombar, Ethical and Environmental Manager, NUS, emailed the Educational Members' network to ask if anyone was making use of meter data to encourage behaviour change by staff and/or students:

"I'm researching how institutions are making use of meter data to encourage
behaviour change by staff and/or students. I know about DMU's Greenview, Reading's meter quotas and NTUs planned financial rewards for departments, as well as the work of ZapCarbon at Cranfield and CarbonCulture, and the competitive element of Student Switch Off too, and Southampton's Blackout.

If any of you are doing anything else with meter data please email me directly
and I'll circulate a summary of responses to this list.”

He circulated a summary of the responses to his request back to the network and you can see these below.

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