Ethnographic household research to inform future electricity pricing strategies an infrastructure planning in Victoria.

  • Project dates: 2018

The Beyond Behaviour Change research program is performing ethnographic research with Victorian households living in the AusNet Services electricity distribution area. The project trials innovative research methods to develop understandings of key electricity issues facing residential electricity consumers. The research includes in-depth case studies for a variety of household types including early adopters of rooftop solar and battery storage, and households who may be vulnerable to energy-related hardship.

Planning for future infrastructure needs and affordable electricity is complex.

Key People

Lead researchers

Dr Larissa Nicholls

Dr Larissa Nicholls

Research Fellow

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Dr Yolande Strengers

Dr Yolande Strengers

Co-Convener of Beyond Behaviour Change Program

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The Beyond Behaviour Change research program draws on theories of social practice to inform research aimed at reorienting policy and programs intending to achieve social and environmental change.

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