The SIT4Energy Project

Smart IT for Energy Efficiency and Integrated Demand Management

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The SIT4Energy Project

Sustainable energy is hands down one of the biggest challenges of our times. As the EU sets its focus to reach its 2020 goals, the role of private energy consumers becomes prevalent. The EU and member states are beginning to understand the need to complement supply-related measures (e.g. smart/efficient buildings, appliances and meters) with consumption-affecting initiatives (e.g. consumer empowerment, information and education, energy taxes and incentives) . However, researchers and practitioners alike have long realized that convincing consumers and prosumers (consumers who also produce parts of their own energy, e.g. through photo-voltaic installations) to change their behaviours can be notoriously evasive. At the same time, infrastructural difficulties in combination with the inherent technical nature of energy bills and the billing system in general further hamper our ability to deliver the much-necessary consumer empowerment.

 

To address current limitations in existing commercial products or research activities, SIT4Energy aims to present to end-user prosumers analysis tools and recommendations for energy efficiency actions, enabling them to realize energy savings potentials, so as to widen user adoption of such techniques and increase their effectiveness. Accordingly, the vision and fundamental goal of the SIT4Energy project is: to provide evidence, frameworks and tools for motivating and supporting behavioral change of energy end-users towards energy savings.

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Our Solutions

Success through Smart IT

Advanced Mobile Recommendations systems, adaptive incentivization and context-aware triggering services, Smart Energy Management Dashboard with smart analytics, and many more to support sustainable energy in buildings.

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Pilots

The SIT4Energy Solutions will be validated in the context of 3 carefully designed pilots, designed to take place in 2 different climatic regions, namely Greece and Germany, covering a variety of uses cases and business scenarios.

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To better address the needs of the SIT4Energy solutions and extract the end-users requirements, ITML and the SIT4Energy consortium have prepared questionnaires targeting different groups of stakeholders. These questionnaires are the result of T1.1 Market research design through activities that aim to identify the needs of main market actors and stakeholders for the SIT4Energy ecosystem.

To better address the needs of the SIT4Energy solutions and extract the end-users requirements, ITML and the SIT4Energy consortium have prepared questionnaires targeting different groups of stakeholders. These questionnaires are the result of T1.1 Market research design through activities that aim to identify the needs of main market actors and stakeholders for the SIT4Energy ecosystem.

To better address the needs of the SIT4Energy solutions and extract the end-users requirements, ITML and the SIT4Energy consortium have prepared questionnaires targeting different groups of stakeholders. These questionnaires are the result of T1.1 Market research design through activities that aim to identify the needs of main market actors and stakeholders for the SIT4Energy ecosystem.

Starting our engines – SIT4Energy Kick-Off Online Meeting

German and Greek organizations have joined hands to provide evidence, frameworks and tools for motivating and supporting behavioral change of energy end-users, in tertiary and residential buildings, towards energy saving. Through the “Greek-German Bilateral Research and Innovation Cooperation ” funding measure, five entities from Germany and Greece will work together to present to end-user prosumers

German and Greek organizations have joined hands to provide evidence, frameworks and tools for motivating and supporting behavioral change of energy end-users, in tertiary and residential buildings, towards energy saving. Through the “Greek-German Bilateral Research and Innovation Cooperation ” funding measure, five entities from Germany and Greece will work together to present to end-user prosumers

German and Greek organizations have joined hands to provide evidence, frameworks and tools for motivating and supporting behavioral change of energy end-users, in tertiary and residential buildings, towards energy saving. Through the “Greek-German Bilateral Research and Innovation Cooperation ” funding measure, five entities from Germany and Greece will work together to present to end-user prosumers

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Greek Details

Phone :

+30 2311 257777

Email :

Dimitrios.Tzovaras@iti.gr

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Dr. Dimitrios Tzovaras
6th km Charilaou-Thermi Rd, 57001 Thermi, Thessaloniki, Greece

German Details

Phone :

+49 3831 456608

Email :

jasminko.novak@hochschule-stralsund.de

Address :

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Prof. Dr. Jasminko Novak
Zur Schwedenschanze 15, 18435 Stralsund, Germany