Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency

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In this second round, an even larger number of cities will be selected to benefit from tailor-made, fast and simplified support and access the grant of €60,000 to develop their investment concept - an initial step towards a fully-fledged business and financial plan.   The call for applications will be open from 29 March - 31 May.  
Post date: 16 mar 2021
Type: Actualité

Concept and objectives:   iBECOME is a virtual BMS platform that aims to bring intelligence, energy efficiency and comfort to all types of buildings.   It offers a paradigm shift in building energy efficiency by utilising IoT big data and advanced analytics.  
Post date: 16 fév 2021
Type: Lien

“Efficiency First” (E1st) is a fundamental principle applied to policymaking, planning and investment in the energy sector, gaining visibility in European energy and climate policy.   The H2020 project enefirst will help making the E1st principle more concrete and operational, better understand its relevance for energy demand and supply and its broader impacts across sectors and markets, focusing on the buildings sector.  
Post date: 7 déc 2020
Type: Publication

This iBRoad output provides a default database supporting a generic techno-economic assessment of renovation measures.   The default database consists of a list of possible renovation measures (building envelope and HVAC system) and their costs.  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

The iBRoad tools, consisting of the individual Building Renovation Roadmap and Logbook, were field-tested in Bulgaria, Poland and Portugal during the period March to May 2019.   Additionally, the iBRoad Logbook was field-tested in Germany. Prior to field-testing, project partners from the pilot countries received an online train-the-trainer seminar.  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

Stakeholders mapping is the first and the most important step to identify the most appropriate and valuable stakeholders, how they can contribute to the project development and how they can benefit from the results of the iBRoad.   Stakeholder engagement is a process that depends on the proper identification. This is an elaborated by INZEB report, describing how the national partners, identified iBRoad’s stakeholders per participating country and at an EU level.  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

The iBRoad tool consist of two components: the Roadmap Assistant and the Logbook, both of which are implemented as web applications.  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

The iBRoad project intends to explore, design, develop and demonstrate the concept of individual building renovation roadmaps, outlining a deep step-by-step renovation plan with customised recommendations for individual buildings (the Renovation Roadmap), combined with a repository of building-related information (the Logbook).  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

The report considers the national adaptation of the iBRoad concept in Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal, Flanders and Germany, by analysing specific country characteristics like the existing availability and structure of EPCs, the energetic status of the building stock and common national renovation standards, the required content of the EPC and qualifications required to issue an EPC, barriers to and
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication

Barriers and drivers for countries willing to explore the feasibility and replicability of iBRoad.  
Post date: 27 oct 2020
Type: Publication