Better data is required to develop more energy efficient buildings. As the strategies for improving the energy performance of buildings become more complex, policy-makers need more and better data to design and evaluate policies and programmes and to put into place monitoring systems to measure the progress of the various policy instruments.
This BUILD UP Web Seminar is an opportunity to:
- learn more about building data and existing gaps in information;
- hear about the European Commission’s vision for gathering and harmonising building data across Europe.
We look at the need for data in decision making (e.g. for EED and EPBD) and highlight the available tools (e.g. national renovation plans, central EPC registers).
- Welcome & Introduction | Oliver Rapf, BPIE
- Buildings’ Data Needs – European Commission’s perspective | Laurent Deleersnyder, European Commission, DG ENER
- Currents status of EU buildings’ data on the basis of the BPIE experience of data collection: Survey 2011 and Survey 2013 | Aleksandra Arcipowska, BPIE
- The central EPC registers’ tools for buildings’ data collection: benefits & challenges (i.e. transparency issue, etc.) – Case study for Ireland | Chris Hughes, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
- Data collection for the national renovation plan – Case study for Czech Republic | Petr Holub, Chance for Buildings
- Benefits from sharing data and the open data concept – The GBPN & BPIE glossary in buildings | Jens Laustsen, Global Buildings Performance Network
- Questions and Answers
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The original announcement for this event can be found here.