This is the key question to be able to use Artificial Intelligence and Behavioural Modelling to draw the landscape of the energy consumption in households.
Our second Open Day was held under the framework of the EU European Sustainable Energy Days 2022. This webinar was an opportunity to know more about how energy is consumed in households and state-of-the-art quantitative and qualitative techniques to assess behaviour in households.
During the event, participants learned about the most typical yearly electricity consumption patterns from different countries in Europe as well as how the lockdowns have affected them. Moreover, it provided a list of the most relevant socio-psychological determinants that impact on the investment decisions related to different aspects of the energy transition in households (mobility, energy efficiency, flexibility and building thermal isolation).
Finally, a discussion of how these results was be used by different stakeholders to focus on how these results could be reused on policy making or in new research on the energy transition.
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|10:00 - 10:15
|Juan Ignacio Vázquez - DeustoTech Director, Deusto University
|10:15 - 11:00
|How many types of energy consumers are in Europe?
|Carlos Quesada, DeustoTech Researcher, Deusto University, WHY Team member
|11:00 - 11:45
|What are the most relevant determinants that affect investment decisions on the energy transition?
|Diego Casado-Mansilla, DeustoTech Researcher, Deusto University, WHY Team member
|12:00 - 12:30
Panel: how these results could be reused in science and policy-making
Carlos Quesada & Diego Casado-Mansilla