Most of eTEACHER’s demo sites are located in the west part of Spain. These buildings vary greatly in terms of their use as they include offices, schools, healthcare centres and residential blocks as shown by the list below:
Last June, users from each building attended its own dedicated workshop with the aim of understanding how the end-users handle IT today and in the future. The audience was composed of students, teachers, technicians, facility managers, doctors and nurses, and home tenants. Despite having wide audience diversity and having completely different final outputs, the activities were carried out smoothly as common points were tackled.
All attendees were keen in learning more about the project and be involved in it. They actively participated in the workshops’ activities and gave suggestions as to how the eTEACHER tool can be improved. Since eTEACHER is supposed to empower end-users and to improve their energy behaviour, understanding their perspectives, interests and preferences is one of the most essential parts of the whole project. Letting end-users have the possibility in being part of eTEACHER’s design process and respond about their buildings’ conditions allow them to be an important element in eTEACHER’s path of changing people’s behaviour towards energy consumption.
After an intensive working year, the eTEACHER consortium gathers in Merida to discuss about the first-year results and its future objectives. On October 2018, the H2020 funded project eTEACHER celebrated its first year of implementation. Now it’s time for partners to recapitulate the main results achieved and design a roadmap for next objectives. The consortium […]