TEDDINET serves to encourage and enable communication and collaboration internally between participating researchers and practitioners, as well as externally between the research projects and industry, policy-makers, civil society and wider academia. We undertake a broad range of activities to collate, synthesise and share research findings, and develop the evidence base to inform government policies, societal debates and industrial strategies.
Questions addressed by TEDDINET and the (Build)TEDDI projects include:
- How can digital energy technologies at home and work provide better information on energy demand?
- What impact will digital technologies have on future energy demand?
- How will digital technologies be used in practice to visualise, monitor and control energy usage?
- How do we maximise the benefits of digital innovation for energy consumers?
Professor Gareth Harrison