Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund
Integrated Management Support for Energy efficiency in Mediterranean PUblic buiLding
- Six libraries of municipal-building typologies
Through the testing of exhaustive data-collection approaches, IMPULSE seeks to categorize public buildings at local level and create inventories for each pilot City.
As a result it is likely to trigger authorities’ to more intensive involvement in the development and better implementation of energy efficiency plans; hence increase the share of plans at local level.
- One IMPULSE management support information system
The IT system integrates results of a high elaboration on energy and financial planning analyses in the project framework, which will provide for each identified typology, COST PRIORITIZED SOLUTIONS from small to deep renovations, MONITORING PLANS, FINANCIAL PLANS, 3% floor area annual renovation plans.
At least for the pilot Cities, the results will be depicted on GIS MAPS, meaning available layers of energy-indicators results for new GIS-maps entries in the future.
- At least 50 completed SEAPs’ public-building sections by the authority partners and by participants to portability campaigns
Through the portability campaigns, 15-20 municipalities in each partner Country are expected to interact with project outputs and produce public-building sections of their energy efficiency plans. This exhaustive transferring activity results to an increase of supporting plans for public authorities to complete their energy efficiency strategies, while the results will be exemplary for others to further use the system, being multipliers even after the end of the project.
- One small-scale renovation project (Six in total) in one public building in each partner Country and monitoring of energy indicators
In each partner Country, a municipal building of high value for the citizens and end-users, for which high energy-saving with least-cost is concluded by the energy simulation analysis, will be subjected to a small-scale renovation. Monitoring equipment is also envisaged to measure building energy performance difference between the ex-ante and ex-post conditions.
This activity will engage more public administrations and raise their skills in management and organization of building renovation and monitoring.