A serious game enhancing social tenants’ behavioral change towards energy efficiency
Ref: CISTER-TR-170504 Publication Date: 6 to 9, Jun, 2017
A serious game enhancing social tenants’ behavioral change towards energy efficiencyRef: CISTER-TR-170504 Publication Date: 6 to 9, Jun, 2017
The energy consumption of the current building stock represents about 40% of the total final energy consumption in Europe. New gamification techniques may play a significant role in helping users adopt new and more energy efficient behaviours. This paper presents the advances achieved within the context of the EU-funded project EnerGAware - Energy Game for Awareness of energy efficiency in social housing communities. The main objective of the project, funded by the European Union under the Horizon2020 programme, is to reduce the energy consumption and carbon emissions in a sample of European social housing by changing the energy efficiency behaviour of the social tenants through the implementation of a serious game linked to the real energy use of the participants’ homes
Workshop on Energy Efficient Solutions based on IoT (EESIoT 2017), pp 279-284.
Notes: Workshop of Global IoT Summit 2017
Record Date: 8, May, 2017