Narrowing the gap between smart metering and everyday life. Comfort, cleanliness and smart metering technologies in undergraduate students’ households.
Lőrincz, Máté János;
Smart meters measure aggregate energy consumption for an entire building. Recent literature suggests that disaggregated information describing appliance-by-appliance electricity consumption is more effective than aggregate information (Kelly et al. 2016, Fisher 2008).\u... View more
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