Proceedings of ICT for Sustainability 2016

Session: Posters

11 articles
Paul Shabajee, Chris Preist, Daniel Schien, John Brenton, Chris Jones
This poster presents work done at the University of Bristol as part of the IODiCUS (Interoperable Open Digital Control Unit System) project [1]. The project is, in part, focused on exploring campus scale energy management and improving the usefulness of data from Building Management Systems (BMS) across...
Jordan Murkin, Ruzanna Chitchyan, Alastair Byrne
Due to the recent advances in household-level renewableelectricity generation technology, a new type of market based on peer-to-peer (P2P) electricity trading between households will emerge. This poster presents a technical platform which will enable such a market to function.
Daniel Schien, Paul Shabajee, John Brenton, Chris Jones, Chris Preist
For electric utility companies variability of demand for electricity results in disproportionately high cost for services consumed only for a small duration of the day.High peak demand means: More power plants and network infrastructure must be available to supply these peaks. 'Dispatchable' energy sources...
Elisabeth Ekener, Elena Mokeeva
Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) is a technique for as-sessing social impacts throughout the life cycle of a product, aiming to predict and improve social conditions of affected stakeholders. LCA requires a comprehensive approach, i.e. covering all phases of a product life cycle, however an ap-proach...
Miguel Ribeiro, Lucas Pereira, Filipe Quintal, Nuno Nunes
In this paper we present the SustDataED (SustData for Energy Disaggregation) dataset. The dataset is an extension to the original SustData dataset [1], and consists of electric energy consumption and room occupancy measurements taken from a single-family residence in Portugal composed of four householders....
Ivan S. Razo-Zapata, Giacomo Piovan, Christian Penny
WaterGram will empower citizens (e.g. students, scientists, designers) and public authorities to make knowledge on water quality more accessible. Even though water is an important asset within our urban environment - from our water tap to the river flowing under a bridge, from the rainwater to the greywater...
Mihail Mihaylov, Ivan Razo-Zapata, Roxana Radulescu, Ann Nowe
Recent work introduced the concept of NRGcoin [1] - a decentralized digital currency for renewable energy, based on Blockchain technology. In this abstract we summarize the con-cept and outline how this currency benefits each stakeholder in the smart grid and the renewable energy economy as a whole....
Marieke Versteijlen, Paquita Perez Salgado, Marleen Janssen Groesbeek
Concerning their CO2 footprint, Higher Education (HE) in the Netherlands must meet the more stringent requirements imposed by the government for energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions. This survey, commissioned by SURFsara, examines the contribution of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)...