Project Aim

The research project will help to understand how Behavioral Economic methods can be a viable policy option in Saudi Arabia. It will pave the way for a new cost-effective mechanism to achieve desired outcomes in energy consumption behavior.

 

Key questions

  • What is the impact of four BE intervention methods on residential electricity consumption, the overall household income savings, the associated energy savings in quantity and value to the government, and the CO2-associated avoidance?
  • How specific are each intervention's effects on Saudi Arabia residents relative to findings in the literature?
  • How can we design BE methods to make them relevant to the Saudi context?

Researchers

Abdulelah Darandary

Abdulelah Darandary

Research Associate

Hossa Almutairi

Hossa Almutairi

Research Fellow

Nader AlKathiri

Nader AlKathiri

Research Fellow

Ryan Alyamani

Ryan Alyamani

Senior Research Analyst

Fateh Belaïd

Fateh Belaïd

Fellow II

Stay informed

I'm interested in

Select the updates you'd like to receive from us

About

A bit about you