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Evaluation of the Big Energy Saving Network: final report
The Big Energy Saving Network (BESN) is an outreach initiative which aims to engage and empower vulnerable individuals to make informed decisions on how to make their energy expenditure more affordable. This evaluation focused on the delivery of BESN between September 2013 and the end of March 2014, with the aim to review the following:
- the impact of the programme on different types/groups of vulnerable individuals
- the effectiveness of programme processes at each stage of the implementation
- the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the programme
Data was gathered through a combination of methods including surveys and in-depth interviews with champions, volunteers, frontline workers and participants, and the analysis of programme monitoring data. This report discusses the outputs of this, covering insights into the theory behind BESN, how it was delivered in practice and what it achieved.
Policy milestone details
- Start date: 2015-2-23
- Keywords: energy saving - Consumption - Energy consumption -
- Countries: UK -
- Milestone source: Evaluation of the Big Energy Saving Network: final report
- Milestone type: Reports and statistics
- Sector: Energy demand and use - Policy and governance -
- Subjects: Energy consumption - People and behaviour - Consumer advice -