Survey data on university students’ experience of energy control, indoor comfort, and energy flexibility in campus buildings

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Abstract

Due to large energy consumption and equipped building control systems, the majority of campus buildings have the potential to increase energy efficiency and provide energy flexibility. Among the three main types of occupants in the campus buildings (researchers/teachers, students, administration/management), students spend most of their time on learning activities in the campus buildings, and the energy performance can influence their learning performance. Therefore, this paper conducts a questionnaire targeting student occupants at a large engineering faculty in a Danish university to investigate occupants’ experience of energy control, indoor comfort, and options of energy flexibility in campus buildings. In total, 267 fully completed and usable questionnaires were received. The dataset is available in.xlsx format, and the questionnaire that was used to collect the data is also provided together.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer50
TidsskriftEnergy Informatics
Vol/bind5
Udgave nummerSuppl. 4
Antal sider12
ISSN2520-8942
DOI
StatusUdgivet - dec. 2022
BegivenhedEnergy Informatics.academy conference 2022 - Vejle, Denmark, Vejle, Danmark
Varighed: 24. aug. 202225. aug. 2022
https://www.energyinformatics.academy/eia-2022-conference

Konference

KonferenceEnergy Informatics.academy conference 2022
LokationVejle, Denmark
Land/OmrådeDanmark
ByVejle
Periode24/08/202225/08/2022
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Funding Information:
This paper is part of the national project- Flexible Energy Denmark FED funded by Innovation Fund Denmark (Case No. 8090-00069B) and part of the IEA-EBC Annex 81 Data-Driven Smart Buildings funded by EUDP (Case no.64019-0539).

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