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Residential Energy Information Systems: A Technology Acceptance Approach

Haitham, Hussien LU and Gullstrand, Ebba LU (2017) INFM10 20161
Department of Informatics
Abstract
Technology and information systems has been instrumental in supporting multiple industries for the past 3 decades. The rapid growth of information and communication technology has led to better understanding to utilize these techs in solving many existing environmental issues. One of these issues is the residential energy consumption which accounts for more than 30% of the total energy consumption around the world as per the Iea (2014). This paper, is an empirical research on the acceptance and usability of residential energy information systems. The paper studies the impact of personal characterizes, social factors, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived risks & benefits on the attitude towards using a Residential Energy... (More)
Technology and information systems has been instrumental in supporting multiple industries for the past 3 decades. The rapid growth of information and communication technology has led to better understanding to utilize these techs in solving many existing environmental issues. One of these issues is the residential energy consumption which accounts for more than 30% of the total energy consumption around the world as per the Iea (2014). This paper, is an empirical research on the acceptance and usability of residential energy information systems. The paper studies the impact of personal characterizes, social factors, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived risks & benefits on the attitude towards using a Residential Energy Information Systems. (Less)
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author
Haitham, Hussien LU and Gullstrand, Ebba LU
supervisor
organization
course
INFM10 20161
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Perceived Usefulness, Energy Analytics, Energy Informatics, Technology Acceptance, Energy Information System (EIS), Energy Consumption, Social Factors, Participant Characteristics, Perceived Risks and Benefits.
report number
INF17-003
language
English
id
8900795
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2017-02-08 09:48:01
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2017-02-08 09:48:01
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  abstract     = {Technology and information systems has been instrumental in supporting multiple industries for the past 3 decades. The rapid growth of information and communication technology has led to better understanding to utilize these techs in solving many existing environmental issues. One of these issues is the residential energy consumption which accounts for more than 30% of the total energy consumption around the world as per the Iea (2014). This paper, is an empirical research on the acceptance and usability of residential energy information systems. The paper studies the impact of personal characterizes, social factors, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived risks & benefits on the attitude towards using a Residential Energy Information Systems.},
  author       = {Haitham, Hussien and Gullstrand, Ebba},
  keyword      = {Perceived Usefulness,Energy Analytics,Energy Informatics,Technology Acceptance,Energy Information System (EIS),Energy Consumption,Social Factors,Participant Characteristics,Perceived Risks and Benefits.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Residential Energy Information Systems: A Technology Acceptance Approach},
  year         = {2017},
}