Consumer Energy Interfaces (cEnergi) investigates the potential for eco-feedback to
promote resilient and sustainable relationships between individuals, communities, and natural
resources. We define eco-feedback broadly as information about individual or group behavior related to
natural resource (water, energy, food) processes (generation, storage, waste) provided back to that
individual or group.
cEnergi approaches eco-feedback research with a transdisciplinary perspective, integrating behavior
science, design, computer science, and engineering. We aim to be leaders in the field in terms of
behavioral theory of eco-feedback as well as design of innovative eco-feedback systems. We value and
promote interdisciplinary experiences for students working in our lab. We seek funding and partnerships
that align with these goals.