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Energy saving at work – and when not working! Insights from a comparative study

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Jakobi, Timo (Workgroup on Human Computer Interaction, University of Siegen)
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Stevens, Gunnar (Information Systems, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Science)
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Volume EnviroInfo & ICT4S, Conference Proceedings (Part 1)
Conference Building the knowledge base for environmental action and sustainability
Copenhagen, 2015
Year 2015
Abstract of the Article
Reducing energy consumption is one of the most pursued economic and ecologic challenges concerning societies as a whole, individuals and organizations alike. While politics start taking measures for energy turnaround and smart home energy monitors are becoming popular, few studies have touched on sustainability in office environments so far, though they account for almost every second workplace in modern economics. In this paper, we present findings of two parallel studies in an organizational context using behavioral change oriented strategies to raise energy awareness. Next to demonstrating potentials, it shows that energy feedback needs must fit to the local organizational context to succeed and should consider typical work patterns to foster accountability of consumption.
Pages 180 - 189
Additional Information 10.2991/ict4s-env-15.2015.21 
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