Article courtesy of University of Bonn | February 8th, 2017 | Science Daily | Shared as educational material.
A recent study conducted in Switzerland shows that real-time feedback can lead to resource-related behavioral changes, in other words, saving water. Researchers from the University of Bonn, ETH Zürich, and the University of Bamberg studied a total of 700 one and two-person households while showering. Some households were given devices stating the energy and water use in real-time while showering, while the other did not. When given this information in real-time, the average energy savings was about 22%. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2kMd63W.