LEEDR: what are the results? Participant feedback for H99
reportposted on 20.08.2015 by Richard Buswell, Lynda Webb, Daniel Quiggin, Paula Cosar-Jorda, Dashamir Marini, Katalin Osz, Roxana Morosanu, Sarah Pink, Kerstin Leder Mackley, Garrath Wilson, Marcus Hanratty, Val Mitchell, Tracy Bhamra
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
The LEEDR project was a four-year study that explored energy consumption in family homes. 20 households took part, being involved for about three years. Insights were fed back to the participants at the end of the project in the form of a unique, tailored book for each family. This book represents the style, formatting and information content of those books. This version has been called ‘H99’ and it is an amalgam of chapters from multiple homes, and therefore should not be used as a source of data or analysis: please refer to publications. The information contained here has been released generally in the hope that it might inspire and inform the development of feedback from other similar projects.
This work was funded through the UK Research Council’s ‘Transforming Energy Through Digital Innovation’ initiative, organised through the Energy and Digital Technology programs. The LEEDR project was based at Loughborough University, UK and the funding managed through the Engineering and Physical Sciences research Council [grant Number EP/I000267/1].
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