Definitions and calculations for the LCA using existing standards, the life cycle energy performance through the use of NER and the LCCA considering the previous calculations and the economic impact assessment.
Final report, including gender equity actions
This deliverable will describe the assesment of monitoring process which will be carried out during one year taking into account the Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (MVP) for verifying the results of energy efficiency and renewable energy. This deliverable also includes the description of data after renovations performance with the aim to transfer the information to an open access database of energy efficient solutions, such as the CONCERTO database or similar.
Identification of the elements from E2VENT that should be improved during the retrofitting in order to comply with the EcoDesign, considering the results from the task 4.2.
In the second year progress report, an overview of the project (its main concept, its development within the two first years) will be presented. A progress report will show the advancement of the project compared to the planning.
This deliverable will include the social acceptance in terms of Construction and installation process, energy performance, comfort, perceived indoor air quality, operation of the system and economic aspects in different steps of the retrofitting of the buildings.
Assessment of user acceptance with respect to indoor quality and disruption of their activities during the retrofitting process; feedback on the impact on their behaviour and overall perception of the improvemnet of quality of life and energy use profile.ile.
Upon completion of the previous tasks 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3, a complete methodology will be created in order to integrate the architectural and the functional energetic design specifications complying with energy efficiency, sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
This deliverable will describe the monitoring process of the performance of the retrofitting kit which will include Energy and other indoor environment parameters.
In the first year report, an overview of the project (its main concept, its development within the first year) will be presented. A progress report will show the advancement of the project compared to the planning.
Analysis of the effective energetic integration of the retrofitting system with actually existing buildings. It will include energy consumption, HVAC systems and electricity for lighting services.
Workshop enables participants to generate an understanding of the EU policy environment and equip them with the appropriate skills to effectively communicate their science to the policy making process.
Preliminary market analysis will be the initial glimpse into the overall environment to determine the likelihood of success for the new business.
Development of an appropriate strategy for the exploitation and protection of the project results. The first step for setting up a proper exploitation strategy will involve the precise identification of exploitable processes, products and knowledge, developed within the project.
In the third year report, the developments will be presented, especially the first prototype which will have been assembled, tested. Also, the two pilot sites will be presented. A progress report will show the advancement of the project compared to the planning.
Annual exploitation workshops will provide the whole consortium each year with a set of exploitation support services will be carried out, the goals will be to detect the most promising results and to obtain agreement on the elements to go into the exploitation action plan.
Dissemination report will sumarize the public activities performed within the whole project duration to ensure maximum visibility of the project in the international scale.
The development of key messages will results in a one-page description of the project to be used in publications and articles. A leaflet in English will be designed and printed. In addition, a standard project PPT presentation will be produced using the key messages. This presentation will be updated after each progress meeting. All marketing materials will refer to the project website, which will be the all-embracing information source, and will be kept up to date on a regular basis.
Project website will be set up in the early stage of the project for both consortium members and public access. The website will be actively maintained during the project period.
The deliverable 6.1 will include the planning to measure through the monitoring plan the performance of the two buildings during one year, including the data acquisition system. Some parameters that will be measured are electricity, gas consumption and indoor environment quality parameters. It will be taking into account the Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol for verifying the results of energy efficiency and renewable energy as well as the data structure required by the Concerto database
The deliverable 6.3 will include the planning to the installation of the systems and a detailed description of each step carried out. It will include the particular specification in cases, Spanish and Poland demo. This Deliverable also will include the planning and the commissioning and the results of each step.
Author(s): D.K. Bikas, K.G. Tsikaloudaki, T.G. Theodosiou, D.C. Tsirigoti and S.P. Tsoka
Published in: Protection and Restoration of the Environment XIV, 2018, Page(s) 935-942
Author(s): K. Tsikaloudaki, T. Theodosiou, S. Tsoka, D. Bikas
Published in: 5th International Academic Conference on Places and Technologies, 2018, Page(s) 485-492
Author(s): Roberto Sanz, Francisco Javier Miguel
Published in: Places and Technologies 2018 (VIII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ARCHITECTURAL ENVELOPES), 2018, Page(s) 263-269
Author(s): S. Tsoka, K. Tsikaloudaki, T. Theodosiou, D. Bikas
Published in: 11th National Conference On Renewable Energy Sources, 2018, Page(s) 97 (abstract)
Author(s): K. Tsikaloudaki, D. Tsirigoti, S. Tsoka, T. Theodosiou, D. Bikas
Published in: Conference Places and Technologies 2017, 2017, Page(s) 399-408
Author(s): Paolo Basso, Michele Mililli, Francisco. J. M. Herrero, Pau Casaldiga
Published in: Conference ICBEST - International Conference on Building Envelope Systems and Technologies, 2017
Author(s): BASSO P., MILILLI M., HERRERO F.J.M., SANZ R., CASALDIGA P.
Published in: Conference Advanced Building Skins, 2016
Published in: ISSN 2214-6296
Author(s): Thierno M.O. Diallo, Xudong Zhao, Antoine Dugue, Paul Bonnamy, Francisco Javier Miguel, Asier Martinez, Theodoros Theodosiou, Jing-Sheng Liu, Nathan Brown
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 205, 2017, Page(s) 130-152, ISSN 0306-2619
Author(s): D. Bikas, K. Tsikaloudaki, K.J. Kontoleon, C. Giarma, S. Tsoka, D. Tsirigoti
Published in: Procedia Environmental Sciences, Issue 38, 2017, Page(s) 148-154, ISSN 1878-0296
Author(s): Antoine Dugué, Saed Raji, Paul Bonnamy, Denis Bruneau
Published in: Procedia Environmental Sciences, Issue 38, 2017, Page(s) 121-129, ISSN 1878-0296
Author(s): A. Martinez, I. Urra, J. Hernandez, T. Diallo, X. Zhao
Published in: Procedia Environmental Sciences, Issue 38, 2017, Page(s) 94-101, ISSN 1878-0296
Author(s): T. Theodosiou, K. Tsikaloudaki, D. Bikas
Published in: Procedia Environmental Sciences, Issue 38, 2017, Page(s) 397-404, ISSN 1878-0296
Author(s): Antoine Dugué (Nobatek)
Published in: 2016