Four Behavioral Traits for Energy Consumption in Public Buildings
Behavioral traits for 115 employees in public buildings, namely sensitivity to personal comfort loss, desire for conformance to social norms, desire for teaming, desire for rewards. Data has been collected in the pilot studies of H2020 ChArGED for gamified energy conservation in public buildings (grant agreement no. 696170).
Data has been collected in the pilot studies of H2020 ChArGED (grant agreement no. 696170). Answers to the various questions are grouped per site based on background color, specifically green for Greece, light blue for Spain and pink for Luxemburg.
DISCLAIMER / CITATIONS
Use of this dataset for research purposes is permitted only under the necessary provision that appropriate citations to the paper T. G. Papaioannou and G. D. Stamoulis, "Teaming and competition for demand-side management in office buildings," 2017 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm), Dresden, 2017, pp. 332-337 and mention to the EU ChArGED project ( (grant agreement no. 696170) are included in all publications involving the employment of this dataset.
RELEVANT QUESTIONS (LIKERT SCALE 1-7)
B29. My personal comfort at work is of crucial importance.
B23. I would change my energy-consumption behaviour at work, if others do so.
E15. I like comparing my performance with others
E4. I like competitions where a prize can be won.
E5. Rewards are a great way to motivate me.
E3. I like being part of a team.
E14. I like to play with others in a team.