The study of
Porto’s users’ profile has already begun. At the end of June, about 140 INESC
TEC users received the first of three project questionnaires.
The survey, developed by the Danish partner IN-JeT Aps, aims at understanding the energy consumption habits of the demonstrators’ participants. Taking into account the obtained results, it will be designed the FEEdBACk application, which is intended to meet the demonstration areas’ needs.
During the upcoming months, the Barcelona and Lippe’s demonstrators will also apply this study to their users.
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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