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Energy Theft: A Focus on Consumer Awareness & Attitudes

Energy Theft Consumer Research

When it comes to energy theft, understanding and acting on public perceptions could better inform strategies to build consumer awareness and support. In this 24-page research report, we examine this aspect in more depth; supporting us all to become more successful at winning over the public’s support in the battle against meter tampering.

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