alexa Impact of User Behavior in Office Building on Energy Reduction Strategies

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Impact of User Behavior in Office Building on Energy Reduction Strategies

There has been a lot of emphasis placed on the assessment of energy use in buildings as a means to the reduction in CO2 emissions. Smart meter technology that captures and displays not only the energy usage but also the quality of indoor environment are currently used widely within the UK, however, there exists a disconnection between the energy management systems (EMS) technology and the user behavior that could potentially affect the consumption profile. This study was carried out in Northern Ireland and revealed that energy data was hardly shared with the users, which affected their energy conservation strategies.

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