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Understanding Energy Consumption at Work: Learning from Arrow Hill (Dataset)

Understanding Energy Consumption at Work: Learning from Arrow Hill (Dataset)
Understanding Energy Consumption at Work: Learning from Arrow Hill (Dataset)
Most work around technological interventions for energy conservation to date has focussed on changing individual behaviour. Hence, there is limited understanding of communal settings, such as office environments, as sites for intervention. Even when energy consumption in the workplace has been considered, the emphasis has typically been on the individual. To address this gap, we conducted a study of energy consumption and management in one workplace, based on a combination of workshops with a broad range of stakeholders, and quantitative data inspections. This dataset contains Building Management Systems readings from two council buildings: those that were shown to workshop participants from Arrow Hill* (electricity, temperature, and gas consumption); and those from Dorton House* (gas and electricity) which allowed us to identify an inconsistency in the building's heating settings.* Invented names to protect the privacy of our participants
University of Southampton
Bedwell, Benjamin
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Costanza, Enrico
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Jewell, Michael
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Bedwell, Benjamin
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Costanza, Enrico
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Jewell, Michael
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Bedwell, Benjamin, Costanza, Enrico and Jewell, Michael (2015) Understanding Energy Consumption at Work: Learning from Arrow Hill (Dataset). University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/382356 [Dataset]

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Abstract

Most work around technological interventions for energy conservation to date has focussed on changing individual behaviour. Hence, there is limited understanding of communal settings, such as office environments, as sites for intervention. Even when energy consumption in the workplace has been considered, the emphasis has typically been on the individual. To address this gap, we conducted a study of energy consumption and management in one workplace, based on a combination of workshops with a broad range of stakeholders, and quantitative data inspections. This dataset contains Building Management Systems readings from two council buildings: those that were shown to workshop participants from Arrow Hill* (electricity, temperature, and gas consumption); and those from Dorton House* (gas and electricity) which allowed us to identify an inconsistency in the building's heating settings.* Invented names to protect the privacy of our participants

Text Arrow Hill External Air Temperature. CSV: C at 15 minute intervals - Dataset
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Text Dorton House Electricity Consumption. CSV: KWh at 30 minute intervals - Dataset
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Text Arrow Hill Total Gas Consumption. CSV: KWh at 30 minute intervals - Dataset
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Text Arrow Hill Internal Temperature (Second Floor, Zone WE). CSV: C at 15 minute intervals - Dataset
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Text Dorton House Gas. CSV: KWh at half hourly intervals - Dataset
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Text Arrow Hill Total Electricity. CSV: KWh at 15 minute intervals - Dataset
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Published date: 2015
Organisations: Agents, Interactions & Complexity, Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 382356
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/382356
PURE UUID: 5bf15b37-3949-44e9-a399-7bd714973142

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Date deposited: 02 Oct 2015 15:47
Last modified: 24 Jan 2018 17:34

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Creator: Benjamin Bedwell
Creator: Enrico Costanza
Creator: Michael Jewell

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