The end of
June brought the first challenge of the project, not only to the Porto
demonstrator, but also to the users of ten public buildings of el Prat de
Llobregat, in Barcelona (Spain).
The FEEdBACk project questionnaire was sent to about 50 Spanish participants and aims at studying their profile as well as their energy consumption habits.
In early August, users of Lippe (Germany) will respond to the questionnaire developed by Danish partner In-JeT ApS.
The results of the questionnaires carried out in the three demonstrators will serve as a basis for the designing of the FEEdBACk application, which will make all participants playing for smart energy efficiency.
FEEdBACk project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 768935.
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After Porto and Barcelona, it is the turn of the German demonstrator’s users to receive the first of three FEEdBACk questionnaires.
The study of Porto’s users’ profile has already begun.