Intel Joins to Support Access to Energy Information in Copenhagen

sharper.jpgStephen Harper, Intel’s global director for Environment and Energy Policy:

“Information is power. In the case of energy efficiency, experience has shown that when consumers have visibility to how much they spend on energy, and can see how their daily activities (e.g., when they wash their dishes) affects their utility bill each month, they tend to change their behavior and reduce their consumption to save money. Intel today joined others in our industry, together with The Climate Group, to urge governments to act on this experience as they ramp up their efforts to address climate change.”

Read more from The Climate Group.

Katie Fehrenbacher provides additional commentary in her earth2tech blog post: A Rally for Home Energy Information from Copenhagen.