On October 28, from 9 to 12 CET, four EU-funded projects will lead an interactive session to investigate results and challenges when developing smart tools and solutions to improve users’ energy habits.
In the framework of the Sustainable Places conference, taking place from the 27th to 30th of October, four EU-funded projects organise the virtual interactive session Behavioural change towards energy efficiency by utilizing ICT tools. The workshop aims at informing the audience about daily energy habits and how technology can help us dealing with energy waste.
Do we really pay attention to how we use energy? Do you know that improving your energy behaviour would help you to save money and to avoid energy losses? As the energy consumption habits of end-users have been identified as one of the parameters influencing building performance the most, a behavioural change towards more energy-efficient activities and lifestyles promises a significant potential for energy savings.
eTEACHER together with FEEdBACk, InBetween, and UtilitEE, help you in this challenge. The projects develop innovative ICT tools aiming at raising awareness towards energy efficiency, motivating end-users to adapt more sustainable routines, helping them identify energy waste and fostering the transition to overall more efficient behaviours.
The developed solutions are designed to achieve a change in user mentality and establish more efficient usage habits through triggering mechanisms, informative feedback, gamification, and automation services within a human-centric and context aware framework.
The event is divided into 4 sessions:
eTEACHER is the app that teaches a different way to save energy, in your everyday places. It’s designed and developed 100% on users’ feedback to provide all functionalities you want in one single app. To pursue energy efficiency in buildings through changes in user behaviour, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are increasingly being used to […]