This joint report with the Users TCP investigates ‘usability’ issues associated with energy smart digital devices.
This report examines the retrofit solutions on the market today to identify those that could be leveraged to achieve energy benefits in otherwise unconnected residential products.
This report examines the landscape of residential IoT products and the functions within those products that can be leveraged to yield energy benefits. These functions include monitoring via on- board sensors and internal or external data feeds, and controls that can reside within or external to the product. We examine the extent to which products possess these functions today, the energy benefits products can achieve with those functions, and the appropriateness of adding additional functions to achieve additional energy benefits.
Offers insights on how digitalisation impacts the district heating & cooling industry, showcases the state of the art, identifies barriers and presents objectives, targets and recommendations for the digitalisation of district heating and cooling.
This EU Joint Research Centre Technical Report looks at the technologies, opportunities and challenges presented by digitalisation for heating and cooling. The report provides
Energy Efficiency 2018 is the annual global tracker of energy efficiency trends and indicators. The 2018 report contains an overview of demand-response-ready devices. Energy efficiency stands at a crossroads today
Laying Down the Foundation: Roadmap for Energy Savings through Advancements in Smart Building Technologies
This ACEEE conference paper presents an R&D roadmap for advancements in monitoring and control technologies for
Swiss study of “energy aware devices” – devices which measure or estimate their own energy consumption. The study expands the concept of energy awareness to include forecasting device energy use and receiving external control commands
Analysis of potential for IoT to act as an enabler for climate protection and the Swiss Energy Strategy 2050
Investigates 4 Swiss use cases for implementation of IoT equipment to act as an enabler for climate protection and the Swiss Energy
Identifies emerging trends and technologies, and assesses the need for regulation, focussing on smart home technologies, IoT, electricity self-generation and storage, EV charging stations/vehicles and
ACEEE report focussing on the energy-saving potential of smart home technologies in utility- sponsored energy efficiency and demand response programs
This UK Government report aims to support debate around the UK’s digital future It sets out areas where researchers, companies and governments can act to harness the substantial opportunities the Internet offers to reduce our carbon footprint and ensure
Resource efficiency, privacy and security by design: A first experience on enterprise servers and data storage products …
This article proposes a novel approach to combining resource efficiency and data protection and cybersecurity issues, taking
This flagship IEA report seeks to provide clarity for decision makers on what digitalization means for energy – shining a light on both its enormous potential and most pressing challenges. We are finding that digitalization is becoming increasingly important to a wide
This ACEEE paper assesses smart technologies that are likely to be able to collect data for use in quantifying the non-energy benefits of energy efficiency (e.g. productivity)
The IEA Energy Efficiency Market Report 2017 includes significant information on household connected devices, their costs and benefits, as well as barriers to market growth. The Efficient World Scenario shows that there is significant potential to broaden
This strategy outlines the focus of the Swedish Government’s digital policy, aimed at sustainable digital transformation in Sweden. The overall objective is for Sweden
Technology Assessment of the internet of things inlcuding privacy, security, safety and other issues. As IoT technologies are embedded in a growing number of devices and applications
This UK paper presents the results of a UK survey which characterises the perceived benefits and risks of smart home technologies
This study is the first of a multi-part effort to explore the energy reporting capability of commercially-marketed PoE connected lighting systems