Client Behavior & Adoption of Renewable Energy

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR & ADOPTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

MGB FRP – Sem 1(Nov 21012 – Apr 2013)

Research Crew Arpit Narang MGB12CMM066 Ashish Jain – MGB12CMM068 Gauri Pethe – MGB12CMM077 Joel Duarte – MGB12CMM080

Educational Mentor Ami Mehta

Consumer Behavior & Adoption of Renewable Energy

Table of Material Introduction................................................................................................................ three or more Issues with nonrenewable Sources of Strength............................................................. 4 Clean Technology (Renewable Sources of Energy)........................................................ 5 Types of Alternative Sources of Energy.......................................................................... 5 Macroeconomic View...................................................................................................... several

Research Problem...................................................................................................... 9 Speculation................................................................................................................. 9 Opportunity and Aim of the Exploration........................................................................ 9 Market for Renewable Energy...................................................................................... 10

Theoretical Framework............................................................................................ 12 Theory upon Diffusion of Innovations.............................................................................. 12 Theory of Reasoned Action........................................................................................... 14 Technology Acceptance Version..................................................................................... 15

Space in Existing Research........................................................................................ 18 Methodology............................................................................................................ 18 Literature Review.......................................................................................................... 18 Info Collection.............................................................................................................. 19 Research Strategies and Variables.................................................................................. 19 Study Methods and Data Evaluation........................................................................... 22

Bottom line............................................................................................................... 22 Action Plan.............................................................................................................. 22

Client Behavior & Adoption of Renewable Energy Intro Energy can be broadly classified into Principal and Second sources of strength. The primary causes of energy consists of naturally occurring assets like wood, crude oil, uranium, wind, geo-thermal, solar radiations and others. The secondary source of energy is strength that is changed technologically via primary options and includes electricity, gas oils, methanol, gasoline, hydrogen and others.

The main sources of strength can be further more classified into renewable and nonrenewable options for energy. Simply put renewable sources of energy are inexhaustible options for energy and on the other hand the non-renewable sources of strength are speedily depleting.

What makes it important to study energy? Very well it is quite evident that we aren't really manage the planet without energy, thus, it is extremely vital to observe, map and understand its resources as well as the consumption. The following table demonstrates that the world usage of energy among 2008 and 2035. It can be observed the consumption to get energy worldwide is with an increasing...

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