Deliverable D1.4 Smart metering affordances

Katriina Kilpi, Bram Lievens

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New solutions for private homes based on information and communication technologies (ICT) are being developed and tested with the purpose of reducing greenhouse gases and increasing energy efficiency, as is the aim of European and national policies (Paetz, Dütschke, & Fichtner, 2012). To this end, interventions that support consumers' energy management are expected to be an important component of fulfilling this commitment. The introduction of smart-meters and in-home displays to monitor and provide feedback on energy consumption is imminent, and such interventions are currently a focus of research. Pilots for smart meters have been taking place all over Europe. However, until now, these studies provide but a partial evidence for the impact of interventions (Colley, Bedwell, Egglestone, Fischer, & Pantidi, 2011).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 25 Sep 2013

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NameDeliverable D1.4 Smart metering affordances in the project Multi-Standard Communication Platform for Smart Metering (CoPlaSM)


  • smart metering
  • qualitative research methods
  • affordances


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