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Ritratto di Diedert Debusscher

Diedert Debusscher

Portfolio Manager, Clean Energy Transition & Green Healthy Buildings, Leonardo ENERGY - Copper Alliance (Non-profit)

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Building automation and control systems requirements in the revised EPBD: how to check compliance?

To support the Member States in implementing the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), eu.bac has created a compliance checklist for Building Automation and Control System requirements related to the mandatory capabilities listed...

WEBINAR| Low hanging fruit in decarbonisation of buildings? Wastewater Heat Recovery (WWHR) systems

The 23rd webinar on the Low Carbon Economy   Every day, more than 22,000,000 m³ of hot water are consumed by European homes alone. It is a major source of energy consumption for new housing, and yet 80 percent of this heat ends up...

Energy efficiency trends in buildings (Odyssee-Mure on Energy Efficiency)

What has been the overall trend in final energy consumption of buildings in the EU since 2010?   What are the main drivers of the energy consumption variation, and in particular energy savings, for residential and service buildings?   These are the...

Application Note: Assessment of Energy Savings

The purpose of this application note is to define a generic methodology based on practical experience and existing standards to make robust, ex-ante assessments of energy conservation measures (ECM) in buildings. The focus is on the potential energy...

BACS Academy Course 1 - Introduction to BACS and TBM

This webinar kicks off a new e-learning Academy by Leonardo ENERGY, in partnership with eu.bac and REHVA.  This first webinar provides you with an overview of the different aspects of building automation, controls and technical building management...

Integrated Home Systems: Flexible electrical installations for more functionality

eBook on Integrated Home Systems: Flexible electrical installations for more functionality     This eBook provides you with a better understanding of integrated home systems. This edition has been completely revised and updated,...

The impact of energy-saving installations in European homes on the life cycle cost

The energy-saving measures most often applied in homes relate to better insulation of the outer shell (building envelope). Nevertheless, other technologies and installations can drastically drive down the energy consumption of a home. These include...

Building Automation: Can current policy frameworks unlock the large-scale energy savings? (EUSEW 2015 Policy Conference)

Proper application of building automated technology and controls (BAT/BACS) has a theoretical potential to save almost 10% of all EU energy consumption (about 22% of building energy consumption) and a realistic potential through broad-based...

Best Practices for a flexible and functional residential electrical installation

Over the years, the demand for flexible and functional electrical installations for houses and apartments has grown on a daily basis. Changing living conditions and habits, evolving housing needs, the availability of new technologies and the...

Advocating a more flexible home electricity installation

Today, most newly built or renovated private houses are still equipped with a rather simple electrical installation, providing not much more than a series of light points, switches and power outlets throughout the building. While this so-called base...