Press releases and articles M5-M36 Focus will be put on media work from the beginning, to ensure reaching out our different target groups in all countries (target and further in EU): building professionals (industry and research), homeowner organisations and homeowners, authorities and policy-makers, other relevant institutions etc. A specific strategy will be detailed and included in the communication strategy and plan (task 7.1), including a listing of the key targeted media and the targets they allow reaching. Media work management will consist in sending press releases and writing articles regularly, at least 15 items during the project life.
Three “Users Profiles”: based on the results of the surveys (min. 100 per country) in the pilot countries (Bulgaria, Poland and Portugal) targeting identified potential users (Sellers/Buyers, Building Owners and Public Authorities) and a series of targeted interviews and focus groups.
One Data Mapping: analysis covering the type of data necessary to develop iBROAD, ownership and privacy issues and necessary steps to grant data access.
"The ""layman’s report"" is targeted at a nonspecialist audience and can support information and awareness of a broad range of decision-makers and non-technical parties about the project achievements and insights. It is an effective practice borrowed from EU LIFE projects; further information and the specifications to be followed can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/environment/life/toolkit/comtools/resources/documents/laymans.pdf"
News Alerts and Infographics M10-M36 Brief email updates called News Alerts will be prepared and sent to the dissemination contacts list (see Subtask 7.3.1) when new material, such as reports and announcements, is posted on the website. Starting in month 10, a new infographic will be developed every two months, published on the website and distributed via the News Alert, presenting key insights and data from WP2-5 in support of iBROAD.
Project website including members' area for stakeholders M4 Public area The project website will be developed as the information hub for the iBROAD concept and tools, with the intention to support knowledge exchange even beyond the project’s duration. The website will be set up on a modern Content Management System (CMS) infrastructure, allowing quick updates, integration of external material, a high degree of interactivity, and rapid search/access to the content by users. From its outset, the website will provide information on the project's background, objectives, progress and public outputs. Visitors will be able to register to news alerts, follow updates by RSS, and access/download public material. The website will include advanced functions such as video content streaming via embedded Youtube and Twitter feeds, cross-referenced navigation, secure login, malware protection supported by professional services, etc. The website content will be in English, with automatic translation being available. Update
One Advertorial video M12 A short (3’-5’) advertorial video will be produced, presenting the project in English, with subtitled versions for all project languages (DE, Flemish, BG, PL, PT, GR, SE, RO), explaining in an easy-to-understand way iBROAD and how it can improve homeowners' lives. The video will be scripted and produced inhouse by Sympraxis Team, with content inputs from all WP leaders; specific post-production work to ensure broadcast-level quality will be outsourced. It will be made available as streaming/downloadable video, as well as in a high resolution version for free broadcast. Six Demo/Tutorial videos M21 (timing is indicative; should accompany training toolkit for the three pilot countries) Simple short videos such as guided tours, oral presentations and Q&A sessions will be recorded and post-produced to demonstrate the functions and applications of the developed software tools and other project products. Six (6) such videos are foreseen. The videos will be edited inhouse by Sympraxi
Guidance for homeowners on how to correctly perform most typical thermomodernisation works
Three reports on country specific adoption of elements within the national version of the iBROAD (framework, motives, barriers, stakeholders, consequences for iBROAD).
Report on extension of iBROAD approach to other building types
Report on implementation and evaluation of the iBROAD for the pilot countries
Eight country-factsheets assessing the status quo regarding use and availability of EPCs, energy audits and renovation activities in participating countries (Bulgaria, Flanders, Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Sweden)
One report with outcomes and key notes of the procedures followed and key notes of the maintenance and operation of the iBROAD Forum Platform
Update M25 Report on how to integrate techno-economic assessment modules and log-book components in iBROAD programmes, including possible data flows and required database structure (result of tasks 3.1, 3.2, 3.4 and 3.5). Target group: experts. Length: about 50 pages.
A toolkit for three pilot countries for guiding the consultants (max 20 pages)
One visual map of relevant events in each partner country and EU in order project partners to obtain their presence, promote iBROAD outcomes and make it known to other stakeholders.
One report providing virtual meetings’ key notes and findings. Draft reports will be issued upon the completion of each event and final report will be issued after the last virtual event.
Deliverable both type R and DEC Draft of logbook adaption and elements for level 1 and pilot countries
One report on existing iBROAD (Flanders, France and Germany) including definitions, iBROAD framework, drivers and barriers, stakeholders’ engagement and a SWOT analysis to identify strengths, potential weaknesses, opportunities and threats to further development of iBROAD in other countries
Policy brief: A guideline how to implement individual building renovation roadmaps and building log books. Target group: policy makers, public administrations, agencies.
Report on surrounding policy instruments to support the iBROAD and logbook diffusion and impact
One report providing meetings key notes and findings. The report will be conducted upon the completion of the 2st round of physical events, and will include data from all events delivered across consortium member’s countries as well as feedback and input from stakeholders training for understanding sessions.
Report on feasibility and replicability across Europe.
Report on experiences of field test, revision of D 4.1/4.2
Report on data protection to be taken into account on the implementation of the logbook
One report providing meetings key notes and findings. The report will be conducted upon the completion of the 1st round of physical events, and will include data from all events delivered across consortium members countries.
Draft of iBROAD modules for three pilot countries.
Default database supporting a generic techno-economic assessment of renovation measures (to be adapted and specified on the local/national level in WP4). Specification according to description in Task 3.4.
Project brochure and poster, incl. key infographic English M4, other language versions M5 Printed brochure dimensions 20 Χ 60 cm, 3 pages, folded in three, minimum 2500 copies in printing Printed poster dimensions A3, for including in information packs, minimum 2500 copies in printing per language
Project factsheet and slides M3, updates M18, M27, M34 For free download and inclusion in H2020 project databases etc.
Deliverable type both Other and R One Visual Stakeholder Map accompanied by one report including all participating countries (Bulgaria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden and Austria) and EU level as a result of task 6.1. procedures
Database structure and programming core of the roadmap and log book to be specified for the regional and national level in WP4. Specification according to description in Task 3.3
Report on suggested elements, concept and layout of the iBROAD document (result of task 3.5). Length: about 20 pages.
Four virtual and physical events not under WP6 | M12-M34 Ad hoc presence in major events: Information dissemination will be organised at minimum 4 privileged opportunities, when it is possible to efficiently reach the project target groups, e.g. a stand at the European Sustainable Energy Week, a presentation at the Concerted Action EPBD, an eceee event, etc. Final conference | M35 A final conference will be organised in Brussels, to raise awareness and share the project findings at the EU level, ensuring their reproducibility and exploitation, especially work done in WP5 and 6. The main poject outcomes will be presented, including policy findings and recommendations. It will be organised at the end of the project, coinciding with the last Steering Committee meeting, and including external speakers as well as project partners. The goal would be to gather 100-150 participants, with a possible link with other relevant events, such as the EU Sustainable Energy Week, thus attracting stakeholders traveling to Brussels for the EUSEW. All partners will be involved in the agenda. The event will be summarised in a text briefing on the website; presentations will be recorded and shared via YouTube.
Update M25 Open source programme code of techno-economic default assessment of renovation measures, group of measures and renovation pathways of buildings. Specification according to description in Task 3.1 and 3.2.
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Author(s): I Maia, L Kranzl
Published in: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Issue 323, 2019, Page(s) 012175, ISSN 1755-1315
Author(s): Iná Maia, Lukas Kranzl, Andreas Müller
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 290, 2021, Page(s) 116714, ISSN 0306-2619
Author(s): Iná Maia, TU Wien
Lukas Kranzl, TU Wien,
Andreas Müller, TU Wien
Published in: 16th IAEE European Conference, Ljubljana 25-28 August 2019, 2019