Stefanie Lena Hille (maiden name: Heinzle)
Stefanie Lena Hille (maiden name: Heinzle)
Assistant Professor, University of St. Gallen
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Whatever the customer wants, the customer gets? Exploring the gap between consumer preferences and default electricity products in Germany
J Kaenzig, SL Heinzle, R Wüstenhagen
Energy Policy 53, 311-322, 2013
Dynamic adjustment of eco‐labeling schemes and consumer choice–the revision of the EU energy label as a missed opportunity?
SL Heinzle, R Wüstenhagen
Business Strategy and the Environment 21 (1), 60-70, 2012
What makes people seal the green power deal?—Customer segmentation based on choice experiment in Germany
A Tabi, SL Hille, R Wüstenhagen
Ecological Economics 107, 206-215, 2014
What are retail investors' risk-return preferences towards renewable energy projects? A choice experiment in Germany
S Salm, HS Lena, R Wüstenhagen
Energy Policy, 310-320, 2016
Disclosure of energy operating cost information: A silver bullet for overcoming the energy-efficiency gap?
SL Heinzle
Journal of Consumer Policy 35 (1), 43-64, 2012
The influence of green building certification schemes on real estate investor behaviour: Evidence from Singapore
SL Heinzle, A Boey Ying Yip, M Low Yu Xing
Urban Studies 50 (10), 1970-1987, 2013
Advances in understanding energy consumption behavior and the governance of its change–outline of an integrated framework
P Burger, V Bezençon, B Bornemann, T Brosch, V Carabias-Hütter, ...
Frontiers in energy research 3, 29, 2015
Willingness to pay for green products in air travel: Ready for take‐off?
G Hinnen, SL Hille, A Wittmer
Business Strategy and the Environment 26 (2), 197-208, 2017
E-bike trials’ potential to promote sustained changes in car owners mobility habits
C Moser, Y Blumer, SL Hille
Environmental research letters 13 (4), 044025, 2018
What's driving sustainable energy consumption?: a survey of the empirical literature
B Brohmann, S Heinzle, K Rennings, J Schleich, R Wüstenhagen
Shotgun or snowball approach? Accelerating the diffusion of rooftop solar photovoltaics through peer effects and social norms
HC Curtius, SL Hille, C Berger, UJJ Hahnel, R Wüstenhagen
Energy policy 118, 596-602, 2018
Feel good, stay green: positive affect promotes pro-environmental behaviors and mitigates compensatory “mental bookkeeping” effects
G Chatelain, SL Hille, D Sander, M Patel, UJJ Hahnel, T Brosch
Journal of environmental psychology 56, 3-11, 2018
Red is the new blue–The role of color, building integration and country-of-origin in homeowners'preferences for residential photovoltaics
SL Hille, HC Curtius, R Wüstenhagen
Energy and Buildings 162, 21-31, 2018
Consumers’ preferences for electricity-saving programs: Evidence from a choice-based conjoint study
S Hille, S Weber, T Brosch
Journal of Cleaner Production 220, 800-815, 2019
Combining “carrot and stick” to incentivize sustainability in households
J Mahmoodi, A Prasanna, S Hille, MK Patel, T Brosch
Energy Policy 123, 31-40, 2018
Beauty and the budget: A segmentation of residential solar adopters
B Petrovich, SL Hille, R Wüstenhagen
Ecological Economics 164, 106353, 2019
Best in class or simply the best? The impact of absolute versus relative ecolabeling approaches
SL Hille, C Geiger, M Loock, J Peloza
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 37 (1), 5-22, 2018
Consumer survey on the new format of the European Energy Label for televisions-Comparison of a" AG closed" versus a" beyond A" scale format
S Heinzle, R Wüstenhagen
St. Gallen: University of St. Gallen, 21, 2009
Sustainable energy consumption and individual decisions of consumers-review of the literature and research needs
B Brohmann, S Heinzle, JC Nentwich, U Offenberger, K Rennings, ...
The influence of political orientation on the strength and temporal persistence of policy framing effects
S Dharshing, SL Hille, R Wüstenhagen
Ecological Economics 142, 295-305, 2017
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