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|Title:||A decision support system for fostering smart energy efficient districts|
|Keywords:||Information and communications technology (ICT);Decision support systems (DSS);Multi-objective optimization (MOOP);Energy efficiency;Smart city|
|Citation:||Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Puerto Rico, USA, (13-15th August 2015)|
|Abstract:||The role of ICT is becoming prominent in tackling some of the urban societal challenges such as energy wastage and increasing carbon emissions. In this context, the concept of DAREED aims to deliver an integrated decision support system (DSS) to drive energy efficiency and low carbon activities at both a building and district level. The main aim of this paper is to present the technical concept of the Best Practices recommendation component of the DAREED system. This component seeks to compare and identify existing best practices to recommend practical actions to various stakeholders (e.g. building managers, citizens) in order to improve energy performance considering the global needs of a building. This paper also discusses the context of the three field trial sites (based in UK, Spain and Italy) in which the DAREED platform along with the best practices tool is to be tested and validated.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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