8. Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob (Covernance Energy) - Building Scenarios for Transforming Domestic & Organisational Energy Behaviours and Practices, Possible Cassandra Use Cases

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  • 1. Building Scenarios for Transforming Domestic & Organisational Energy Behaviours and Practices Challenges and Possible Cassandra Use Cases By Dr. Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob j.u.u.jacob@covernanceenergy.co.uk
  • 2. A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF OUR WORK AT TWO SCHOOLS
  • 3. Dixons City Academy, Bradford Brief overview of work
  • 4. This photo album contains sample pages to get you started. To add your own pages, click the Home tab, then click the New Slide gallery.
  • 5. Gateway Primary School, London Brief overview of work
  • 6. Monitored spaces
  • 7. 26% Savings
  • 8. “At Gateway, we help save energy by switching off the lights and projector when we don’t need it. When the classroom is bright enough, we don’t need the lights. We also like being able to remind our teachers to turn things off. Doing this at school has helped me think about turning things off at home”. - Maryann (pupil)
  • 9. - Edel Boyle, Sustainability Teacher, Gateway primary school “The consumption data from each classroom really helped to keep pupils engaged. They told off teachers who forgot to switch off unused appliances”.
  • 10. Transforming Energy Behaviours & practices: Possible Cassandra Use Cases
  • 11. •Symbolic Modeling Using pseudo figures and/or images to represent consumption data has greater impacts on behavioural change. •Verbal Instruction Desired behaviour described in detail along with instructions can change behaviours •Social Norms An awareness of the energy saving behaviours of close and normative others can change behaviours. •Feedback Information Resource showing direct consequences of behaviour can transform behaviours •Rewards Compensation for consistent performance of desired behaviour can help entrench long term behavioural change •Progress Report Access to Progress made can change behaviours. Progress inspires progress. Cassandra could be useful in simulating and testing some assumptions about energy behaviour-change
  • 12. Social Norms: What are Others doing? • A system that can model average consumption in a neighbourhood cluster or most energy efficient consumption in a cluster Domestic Challenge • A system that supports a league table of the most energy efficient or greenest office(s) in a stipulated period Organisational Challenge
  • 13. POSSIBLE CASSANDRA USE CASE
  • 14. Are we making any PROGRESS? • A system that can simulate customers’ ability to see their energy savings progress over a specified period and possible impacts Domestic Challenge • A system that supports an awareness of impacts of recognition of consistent energy efficiency practice. Organisational Challenge
  • 15. POSSIBLE CASSANDRA USE CASE
  • 16. Feedback: What are the direct consequences of my energy choices? • A system that supports an awareness of impacts of live consumption information to consumers in multiple formats Domestic Challenge • A system that supports an awareness of impacts of live consumption data on a dashboard in a staff/student breakout area Organisational Challenge
  • 17. POSSIBLE CASSANDRA USE CASE
  • 18. Rewards: What’s in this for me? • A system that enables consumers set personal targets and rewards achievement Domestic Challenge • A system that supports easy and quick generation of reports on organisational, departmental and/or individual progress Organisational Challenge
  • 19. Verbal Instruction: What should I do? • A System that contains energy saving ideas customised for each case and behavioural outcomes desired. Domestic Challenge • A System that contains tips and templates of sharp, pithy messages customised for each case and behavioural outcome desired. Organisational Challenge
  • 20. Symbolic Modeling: How can we represent consumption more visually? • A system that contains templates for a more creative representation of consumption, budgets, rewards, kwh, Co2, etc Domestic Challenge • As above Organisational Challenge
  • 21. Why symbolic modeling is important today
  • 22. ‘Sensorience’ and new forms of engagement Human senses evolve along with the kind of technology they are socialised to. Generally, human senses have evolved along with the visual technological enablements of the 21st century.
  • 23. In the past 10-20 years there has been a social and cultural shift to the visual over numerical, verbal and textual forms. How do we adjust to this? Electronic communications, starting with the telegraph, extended the communications process beyond Transport and the human body. Energy and our evolving Visual Culture
  • 24. Budget Gas & Electricity ?
  • 25. The End For Image credits: Email j.u.u.jacob@covernanceenergy.co.uk