O1: To motivate a behavioural change towards more energy-efficient habits 75% of social acceptance of EE actions
O1.1: To empower and engage consumers in achieving sustainable energy savings Ranking of most engaging and efficient actions
O1.2: To facilitate the decision-making process of users with higher levels of information >50 people involved in training courses
O2: To develop a standardised IoT-based platform for energy-efficient actions Open Cloud/Fog virtual organization approach
O2.1: To build an extremely replicable ecosystem that processes heterogeneous energy-related data Reusable containers for EE
O2.2: To provide tools that make data accessible to the consumer and designated third parties Open usage data and publish/subscribe tools
O3: To show a drastic reduction (15%-30%) of energy consumption and emissions 15%-30% reduction with respect to the baseline
O3.1: To demonstrate that energy savings can be achieved without compromising comfort levels Comfort factors meeting standards (PMV, PPD…)
O3.2: To maintain user informed of achieved savings by behavioural change and by smart control 15% of savings due to online feedback
O4: To validate the proposed platform in real pilots in Salamanca social housing >25 consumers involved in the pilots
O4.1: To monitor and audit energy consumption in comparison to baseline and control group A complete energy audit of pilot sites
O4.2 To conduct a sociological comparison among pilots Sociological factors explaining EE differences
O5: To demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of the proposed solution RoI for different models of smart home
O5.1: To show the potential for replication of the project in other locations/buildings 10%-15% savings in the final pilot
O5.2: To promote EE politics aligned with CHROMOSOME scope Guidelines for regulation of EE at homes