This Environmental Leader article echoes the mission and strategy of our ReCharge America campaign. Hummer presents some of the innovative social marketing and community efforts that several utilities and governments are developing to result in energy behavior change. Like ReCharge America, some of the best programs use community members as messengers, spread a positive message […]Read more
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March 22, 2010 by ecoAmerica Comments Off
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