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Presentation about how ICT can help us save energy by focussing on behaviour of peple

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  • 1. Greening the enterprise 2.0 How ambient ICT can help us save energy 2.0
  • 2. Meta study: The role of ICT in saving energy https://doc.telin.nl/dsweb/Get/Document-84503 .
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  • 4.
      • "Around two-thirds of the energy used by a mobile phone is lost when it is unplugged after charging but the charger itself is left in a live socket.”
      • Kirsi Sormunen, Vice-President of Environmental Affairs at Nokia
  • 5. Sources of energy savings
    • Energy efficient processes
    • Energy use ICT itself
    • Better use through awareness
  • 6. 1. Energy efficient processes
    • Optimalisation
      • E.g. up to date weather information for routeplanning
      • Intermodal shipping
    • Re-use
      • Using cooling water to grow shrimps
    • Dematerialisation
      • E.g. voice mail, SaaS
    • ICT an important enabling factor
    • Difficult in the case of chain of companies (who benefits)
    • Rebound effects
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. 2. Energy efficient ICT
  • 10. 2. Energy efficient ICT
  • 11. 2. Energy efficient ICT
  • 12. 3. Awareness
    • Smart Metering
    • Ambient Intelligence
    • Flexible prices of energy
  • 13. 20% to 30% of savings are possible in households and offices!!!
  • 14. In the United States …..
  • 15.
    • Case Stavanger:
    • Bi-Monthly invoice
    • After three years:
    • 8% savings on energy
    • Extra 4% with statistics
  • 16. Pre-Paid
  • 17.  
  • 18.  
  • 19. Smart Metering
    • Base level use
    • Peak use: when and what
    • Collective feedback and collective intelligence
    • Glanceable displays
  • 20. Potential savings
    • 45% of consumers quote lack of insight into detailed use
    • On average a saving of 22% is thought possible
    • 10% savings in offices and homes is to be expected
      • 40% total energy use
      • Savings can be 4% by intelligent feedback and surroundings
    • More efficient use of green Energy by optimalisation
  • 21. Potential savings
    • 45% of consumers quote lack of insight into detailed use
    • On average a saving of 22% is thought possible
    • 10% savings in offices and homes is to be expected
      • 40% total energy use
      • Savings can be 4% by intelligent feedback and surroundings
    • More efficient use of green Energy by optimalisation
    Kyoto: 6%
  • 22.  
  • 23. Research needed
    • What feedback systems do we need?
    • How do you influence people?
    • What Ambient Intelligence is possible?
    • What works in real life?
    • The Living lab approach
  • 24. Focus
    • Research requires more and more rapid iterations
    • Social component is the dominant success factor for innovation
    • Next 10 years the focus is on adoption of technology
    • The “ end ” product is the actual research vehicle
  • 25. Living Lab Methodologies
    • Access to customers, users, citizens
    • Objective and subjective data
    • Real life (usage in context)
    • Un-obtrusive
    • Dynamic social networks
  • 26. Amsterdam Living Lab: User driven innovation in context
  • 27. Goal: open innovation environment
    • Share knowledge
      • between science and business
    • Open testbed
      • for new applications and media
    • Professionalising approach
      • Based on living labs
    • Market focus
      • With commercial parties
  • 28. Vision Amsterdam Living Lab
    • To create a large scale testbed environment in the Amsterdam area focused on the use of ICT and new media
      • Measurement of use and experience
        • Assets: Toolkit , Substantial user base
      • Internationally known and used
      • Feedback for Science and Companies
      • Open Innovation Ecosystem
      • Attracting companies
      • Boosting social science
        • user centred design, user behavior,
        • new service development, …
  • 29. Living Lab Smart Energy
    • Between 2009 and 2012 450.000 households will have smart metering
    • Test with 100 households
      • September 2008 to April 2009 to 15.000 households
    • Testbed for new types of feedback and ambient intelligence
    • Offices?
  • 30. [email_address]