Energy Visualisation
Thermal image of Plymouth taken by Matthew Fox, Environmental Building Group - Special Commendation in Visions of Sustainability 2015
  • Room 605, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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This event will disseminate the findings from the eViz project as well as providing an opportunity for knowledge transfer and identifying future funding opportunities. 

Speakers are confirmed from DECC, EPSRC, Innovate UK, Carbon Hub, and the University of British Columbia.

eViz project overview

eViz (Energy Visualisation for Carbon Reduction) is an EPSRC-funded project, focusing on reducing energy demand in buildings by transforming people's understanding and behaviour through novel energy visualisations.

The project is co-led by Plymouth University researchers Sabine Pahl, from the School of Psychology, and Pieter de Wilde, from the Environmental Building Group, along with academic partners in Bath, Birmingham and Newcastle Universities.

  • How can visualisation help to communicate energy use?
  • Which visualisations make a difference to motivation and behaviour?
  • How can we integrate technical data into visualisations for end users?
  • How can social media play a role?
  • What are potential pitfalls?

Find answers to these questions, explore our showcase and discuss.

Spaces are limited so please register your details via the above link before 4 September to confirm your attendance.

Contacts

A public event coinciding with this conference is being held from 19:00-20:30 on the same evening. View the news release for more information.

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