ENERGY EFFICIENCYINCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN SMART METER PILOTS                                                   1
STUDIES CONCERNING ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDY              EMPOWER DEMAND II STUDYPart of the SMART meter p...
ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDYAVERAGE SAVINGS ON FLEMISH LEVEL               2,6%                     *             AVERAGE SAVIN...
AVERAGE SAVINGS PER HOUSEHOLD                                       *              4,5%            AVERAGE SAVINGS PER HOU...
SAVING DIFFERENCE WITH OR WITHOUT SMART METER DATA        6%       Savings with detailed                                1,...
SAVING POTENTIAL WITH ADDITIONAL ELECTRONIC REPORTS Consumption reports                        6%                         ...
SAVING POTENTIAL WITH AN ADDITIONAL WEB PORTAL              6%       8%                   10%             Saving potential...
SAVING POTENTIAL WITH POSITIVE & MOTIVATING FEEDBACK               6% 8% 10%                     15%                 Savin...
USED METHODS TO EMPOWER CONSUMERS         balanced, positive & motivating feedback           web portal with consumption f...
FUTURE METHODS TO EMPOWER CONSUMERS         INCREASE SAVINGS WITH THE ADDITONAL USE OF:         mobile application to cont...
EMPOWER DEMAND II                    8      success factors which can tremendously           improve future savings, when ...
1. PRE-OFFERING EDUCATION       2. STEP BY STEP DISCOVERY  initial message proclaiming   people like to explore & discover...
3. MIXED FEEDBACK            Different Feedback Channels                     Paper                       Electronic       ...
4. APPEALING DEVICES           Devices should be                   Aesthetic                     Intuitive                ...
5. EFFECTIVE MOTIVATION              Goal setting                Invitation letters                 Demonstrating the valu...
6. AUTOMATION, SELF CONTROLE & EXPERIMENTATION       Consumers are not opposed to automation            But don’t want to ...
7. EMPATHY & TRUST                    8. PARTNERSHIPconsumers need to be convinced                                        ...
KEY LEARNINGSConsumers can be empowered, to tremendously reduce theirconsumption via the combination of:  Effective commun...
CONTACT DETAILS                                  Sales: Frank Sels                             frank.sels@trilations.com  ...
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TRILATIONS: Energy Efficiency

  1. 1. ENERGY EFFICIENCYINCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN SMART METER PILOTS 1
  2. 2. STUDIES CONCERNING ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDY EMPOWER DEMAND II STUDYPart of the SMART meter proof of conceptincrease energy efficiency via a empower consumers to reduceclose feedback loop based on smart consumption via communication &meter data technologyanalysis of the energy consumption analysis of 9 smart based energywithin 4750 households with a smart efficiency related programs withmeter 160.000 households 2
  3. 3. ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDYAVERAGE SAVINGS ON FLEMISH LEVEL 2,6% * AVERAGE SAVINGS EXTRAPOLATED TO FLEMISH LEVEL with detailed consumption feedback based on SMART METER DATA & REG COMMUNICATION * Compared to the control group 3
  4. 4. AVERAGE SAVINGS PER HOUSEHOLD * 4,5% AVERAGE SAVINGS PER HOUSEHOLD with detailed consumption feedback based on SMART METER DATA & REG COMMUNICATION * Compared to the control group 4
  5. 5. SAVING DIFFERENCE WITH OR WITHOUT SMART METER DATA 6% Savings with detailed 1,5% Savings with only REG consumption feedback based communication on SMART METER DATA & REG COMMUNICATION Savings per household 5
  6. 6. SAVING POTENTIAL WITH ADDITIONAL ELECTRONIC REPORTS Consumption reports 6% 8% saving potential with smart meters when consumers additionally consult their ELECTRONIC CONSUMPTION REPORT Savings per household 6
  7. 7. SAVING POTENTIAL WITH AN ADDITIONAL WEB PORTAL 6% 8% 10% Saving potential with smart meters, when consumers additionally consult their consumption trends on a WEB PORTAL Savings per household 7
  8. 8. SAVING POTENTIAL WITH POSITIVE & MOTIVATING FEEDBACK 6% 8% 10% 15% Saving potential with smart meters, when consumers additionally receive POSITIVE & MOTIVATING FEEDBACK Savings per household 8
  9. 9. USED METHODS TO EMPOWER CONSUMERS balanced, positive & motivating feedback web portal with consumption feedback weekly consumption feedback monthly consumption feedback smart meter data consumption feedback smart meter REG communication 9
  10. 10. FUTURE METHODS TO EMPOWER CONSUMERS INCREASE SAVINGS WITH THE ADDITONAL USE OF: mobile application to control consumption mobile application to reduce consumption in-house devices which display consumption financial feedback on acquired savings operation systems linked to appliances etc. 10
  11. 11. EMPOWER DEMAND II 8 success factors which can tremendously improve future savings, when integrated in a holistic approach 11
  12. 12. 1. PRE-OFFERING EDUCATION 2. STEP BY STEP DISCOVERY initial message proclaiming people like to explore & discover initiatives for energy & people don’t like to study & be money savings taught to obtain interest & involvement should come from an independent source, consumers need to learn where consumers have no at their own pace, way & negative association with desired interest 12
  13. 13. 3. MIXED FEEDBACK Different Feedback Channels Paper Electronic Leaflets Home display Different purposes Different customer preferences Picture source: Opower; ESB; CER 13
  14. 14. 4. APPEALING DEVICES Devices should be Aesthetic Intuitive Ambient Simple Ergonomic Picture source: GEO 14
  15. 15. 5. EFFECTIVE MOTIVATION Goal setting Invitation letters Demonstrating the value of smart meter data Insights into tangible improvements Information about competition Drip feed communication With cost incentives & price 15
  16. 16. 6. AUTOMATION, SELF CONTROLE & EXPERIMENTATION Consumers are not opposed to automation But don’t want to be controlled Want to have the ability to opt out Need to understand their behaviour & consequences through manual involvement before automation 16
  17. 17. 7. EMPATHY & TRUST 8. PARTNERSHIPconsumers need to be convinced Feedback by utilities & behaviour Energy control strategies promises guarantees are essential to create a partnership between utility & consumersthat they will save & earn money with minimal inconvenience 17
  18. 18. KEY LEARNINGSConsumers can be empowered, to tremendously reduce theirconsumption via the combination of: Effective communication Feedback Personal interaction Well balanced, positive & motivating communication with psychological aspect Technologies Appealing devices Efficient technologies ?% 18
  19. 19. CONTACT DETAILS Sales: Frank Sels frank.sels@trilations.com Author: Alex Curtoud T +32 3 877 64 00 Prins Boudewijnlaan 30 BE-2550 Kontich (Antwerp) Belgium 19

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