Workshop energy day living lab for measuring and changing energy usage behaviour marita holst and anna ståhlbröstPresentation Transcript
Living Lab methodology for measuring and changing energy usage behaviour Anna Ståhlbröst and Marita Holst, CDT
Overall purpose of our CBA
Cross-border activity (7): User behaviour changes methodology Living Lab-Living Lab
To establish an Apollon methodology for user-behavioural changes measurement / inventory of the best practices and lessons learned the first results of the behaviour change possibilities with respect to energy savings across different countries.
The experiment in short
This experiment will exchange best-practice from local pilots on user-behavioural changes mechanisms and measurements. Partners will document and share their experiences in measuring behavioural changes among end-users when experimenting with new ICT solutions from energy saving.
A short summary of the suggested process
Each Living Lab has a Local pilot experiment which will be used as expert knowledge exchange case where different approaches and methods are tested and evaluated.
A template for presenting the “best case” has been provided to all Living Labs
3-4 workshops will be arranged in which the best cases are presented. Experiences and results are presented and discussed.
In each workshop the goal is to identify the best methods. And to create a harmonized model/method for studying and stimulating behavoural changes.
The cross-border dimension:
unified methodology by exchanging local experiences
Remember to focus on methods for creation of behavioural change or for studying behavioural changes.
Each presenter has 15 minutes for presentation of their best cases
Best Cases from:
Veli-Pekka Niitamo, Aalto Living Lab
Daan Velthausz, Amsterdam Living Lab
Miguel Aguas, Lisbon Living lab
Anna Ståhlbröst, Botnia Living Lab
Joint Discussions on Methods. Each presenter brings two questions to discuss, e. g. a methodological issue you need support and help with.
The joint discussion should be closed with each living lab having decided to use a specific method to study or stimulate behavioural changes in energy consumption. The experiences from this will be presented and evaluated in the next workshop