Join us at Sustainable Places 2022

iFLEX takes part in the workshop “Fostering user engagement for innovative demand responseDemand Response Intentional change of normal consumption patterns by energy consumers in response to external price signals (implicit DR) or incentives to reduce or increase consumption (explicit DR). Both operations can be automated. for effective flexibility” at the Sustainable Places Conference 2022, on 8th September 09:00-10:30 CET.

The session is organised together with the related projects HESTIA, ReDream, ACCEPT and SENDER, funded under the same call topic and will deal with real-life experiences of the consumer-user engagement activities carried out within each project. The topics are: Pilot site landing (from user profiling, recruitment to interaction) and co-creation activities which are central to all of the projects.

Join us to exchange knowledge and ideas that can help improve the engagement strategies, technical tools and platforms. All the details of the workshop can be found on the conference website.

The Sustainable Places 2022 conference takes place from 6th-9th September in Nice, France. The event as well as the workshop will be hybrid, so it is possible to participate in person or online. You can register here.

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