Effective design of domestic energy efficiency displays: A proposed architecture based on empirical evidence
Victoria Labajo and
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2019, vol. 114, issue C, -
Demand-side management is widely considered a key tool to achieving decarbonization in the energy sector. In this regard, providing end users with detailed information about their consumption patterns enables them to make informed decisions to reduce or adapt their energy consumption. This requires the deployment of interactive feedback technologies such as domestic energy displays, dedicated apps/web portals, or ambient interfaces. Extensive research and numerous pilot projects have examined the effects of these technologies on end-user behavior and identified the importance of an appropriate device design to achieve the desired demand response. However, a clear framework for designing these feedback technologies to ensure the desired behavioral change does not exist.
Keywords: Energy efficiency; Demand response; Eco-feedback; Domestic display; End-user behavior (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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