Big Data and analytics to reduce energy consumption in buildings
Member States’ National Energy Efficiency Action Plans – following the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive – face certain adoption difficulties. For example, actions to reduce energy consumption in buildings are confronted with the complexity of buildings' internal energy systems, in addition to being expensive and affecting occupants' comfort. The EU-funded BIGG project will facilitate the adoption of Member States' Action Plans by applying Big Data technologies and data analysis techniques to the life cycle of more than 4 000 buildings in Spain and Greece. Solutions include the Open Source BIGG Data Reference Architecture 4 Buildings; the BIGG Standard Data Model 4 Buildings to reach full building data interoperability; and the cloud-based BIGG Data Analytics Toolbox to support a wide range of services and new business models as well as reliable and effective policymaking.
Fields of science
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Funding SchemeIA - Innovation action
59700 Marq En Baroeul