In the beginning of September 2016, the STORM consortium was present at the 15th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling (DHC2016) in Seoul, South Korea. Dirk Vanhoudt (VITO) gave a general presentation of the STORM project and the latest status.
Post date: 6 gru 2016
This Topic includes all content relevant to the Themes "building operation, monitoring, energy management", and "Controls, energy management systems".
Post date: 21 lis 2016
The European project E2VENT is almost at mid-point. A new, clear and understandable 3 minute video summarizing the project is now available.
Post date: 7 wrz 2016
Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) can have significant impact on energy consumption of buildings and their occupants.
Post date: 4 sie 2016
The advent of IoT increase considerably the potential number of smart devices collecting data, resulting in an additional level of complexity for facility managers.
Analytics solutions effectively manage the new state of information overload, identifying and focusing on key information and problems on real basis.
Post date: 3 sie 2016
Innovative ESCO business models and energy management strategies
First outcomes resulting from the below detailed activities have been incorporated in a report: New Business Models and Associated Energy Management Strategies. Read the report >>> on the MOEEBIUS Project website
Post date: 13 lip 2016
In order to unleash the energy efficiency (EE) potential and achieve the energy savings goals in buildings there is a necessity to adopt new ESCO business models. And this is what MOEEBIUS project Consortium is currently working on within the project.
Post date: 12 lip 2016
Smart appliances in the smart home – The SAREF standard for buildings for the new electricity market | New standard for smart appliances in the smart home: getting buildings ready within the new electricity market design
Post date: 30 Maj 2016
A grid of sensors embedded into an innovative building insulation activates specific façade components to optimise energy savings while improving aesthetics.
The energy consumption of buildings is on the rise in Europe. This is due to ageing housing stock. Now the idea is to use a high-tech kind of retrofitting approach, using several types of modules that allow real-time monitoring through multiple sensors to optimise energy consumption.
Post date: 27 lip 2015
The control of energy in smaller buildings is generally poor, despite the availability of a range of tried and tested systems incorporating both mature and innovative technologies. The installation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) zone controls, optimising controllers for wet heating systems, and lighting controls are encouraged by the UK government. Financial support through the enhanced capital allowances (ECA) scheme and good practice guidance from the Carbon Trust is provided.
Post date: 17 lut 2014