Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB)

• Building Energy Management System (BEMS) based on self -learning techniques and wireless technologies with innovative behaviour modelling • Optimize...

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PPP: des opportunités de financements européens UBIFRANCE – PARIS, 1er Juin 2012

Efficacité énergétique des Bâtiments Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB)

Stefano Carosio D’Appolonia SpA (Rina Group) Co-chairman EeB Ad-hoc Industrial Advisory Group

Luc Bourdeau CSTB Secretary General ECTP & E2BA

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Relevance of buildings • Buildings use 40 % of total EU energy consumption • The built environment generates 1/3 of GHG in Europe • Even new buildings are far from being all energy efficient • Replacement rate is very small (1% per year), 1.5% energy-related renovation rate per year • Buildings provide the second largest untapped costeffective potential for energy savings after the energy sector • Investments in improved energy efficiency in buildings could generate an additional 2-3.5 million jobs in Europe and the United States alone

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Relevance of buildings • Buildings use 40 % of total EU energy consumption • The built environment generates 1/3 of GHG in Europe • Even new buildings are far from being all energy efficient • Replacement rate is very small (1% per year), 1.5% energy-related renovation rate per year • Buildings provide the second largest untapped costeffective potential for energy savings after the energy sector • Investments in improved energy efficiency in buildings could generate an additional 2-3.5 million jobs in Europe and the United States alone

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A working PPP is in place

ICT integration for effective energy management and decision making from buildings to neighborhoods and cities Fostering the development of new technologies and their integration in buildings and districts Large scale demonstration of most promising solutions and their contribution to future smart cities

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Private Partner: E2BA

ECTP Umbrella: ~217 Members • 141 E2BA Members • ~ 58 ECTP-E2BA Common Members

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E2BA Membership 141 Members 2012

Cat. B 5%

Cat. C

Research

SMEs 4%

Others 20%

18%

148 Members 2010 Cat. A

Large Ind.

Cat. D

17%

29% 58%

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Some aspects of a PPP • Industry has succeded in engaging all key stakeholders from planning to project implementation • High industry participation wrt FP7 traditional instruments with high SME involvement

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Some aspects of a PPP • Industry has succeded in engaging all key stakeholders from planning to project implementation • High industry participation wrt FP7 traditional instruments with high SME involvement

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Some aspects of a PPP • Industry has succeded in engaging all key stakeholders from planning to project implementation • High industry participation wrt FP7 traditional instruments with high SME involvement

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From a project to a programme logic Non technological barriers and crosscutting issues

Project Concepts/ opportunities

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Project

Project

Project

Building pillars (1/2)

Systemic approach for design, implementation,operation and maintenance -> high potential for multidisciplinary developments (i.e. ICT, RES, energy storage, envelope components, HVAC, lighting, grids, renewable heating and cooling networks…)

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Building pillars (2/2)

GEOCLUSTERS “GOLD” approach

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A long term programme EeB PPP as first wave of a Long Term Strategy Years 01

02

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05

06

07

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09

10

i.e. Retrofitting and Wave D & of B energyOuse Wave1 1 reduction

Wave Wave2 2 Wave Wave3 3

i.e. Energy neutral O D&B buildings/districts

EeB PPP 2010-13

i.e. Energy positive D&B O buildings/districts

Continuous Research Continuous Research www.e2b-ei.eu

The 1st Road Mapping process (2009)

Public Consultations

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Key challenges (long term perspective)

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Results of EeB Calls July 2009 • Success rate:

28% 17 funded of 60

July 2010 20% 24 funded of 120

• Share by Org. Type: - Higher Education:

18%

15%

- Private for Profit:

48%

53%

- Research Org.:

26%

24%

• Share of Funding of SMEs:

24%

30%

• Countries of funded partners:

24

26

Source: EC, AIAG meetings (in italics: provisional figures)

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July 2011

23% 31 funded of 136

Innovations under research (1/3) • Nanotechnology coatings to substantially improve Near Infrared Reflective properties of the building envelope • Integrated Air Quality Sensor for Energy Efficient Environment Control • Tools to improve Indoor Environment in Retrofitted Energy Efficient Buildings • Operational Guidance for performing Life Cycle Assessment Studies • Sustainable, Innovative and Energy-Efficient Concrete • High Performance Biocomposites for Buildings

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Innovations under research (2/3) • Component and systems for buildings: multifunctional façade panels, etc. • Components and systems for districts: Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) as energy storage solutions part of a district network • Buildings: Approaches to the envelope – walls and roof – or façade development with the integration of multifunctional energy modules. • District: Thermal energy storage, compact heat storage, energy hubs to solve mismatch between energy transport, conversion, storage and energy management.

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Innovations under research (3/3) • Building Energy Management System (BEMS) based on self-learning techniques and wireless technologies with innovative behaviour modelling • Optimized Energy Management systems through pervasive sensor networks and intelligent adaptive technologies, as a function of the external environmental climate, and the interaction with occupants • Development of ultra low power units to control Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system through hybrid power harvesting unit • Organization: Development of new business models to identify different routes to market; commercialisation of energy management concepts; Consultancy for E-neutral districts.

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Transforming the value chain ...

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...through new value networks and market propositions PPP is contributing to create an energy efficient industry PPP as platform for exchange and dissemination Resources Processes

Values

CAPABILITIES

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Values

New biz models New skills New jobs

User is key for impact Reduction of energy

bill!

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Contribution to address non-technological challenges - Innovation friendly procurement, regulation and standardisation - Standardised benefit assessment methods and metrics - Market mechanisms and supporting financial incentives - Training

Pilot buildings/districts as living labs! www.e2b-ei.eu

Expected impact • Energy efficient buildings and districts as enablers to future smart cities and contributors to grand challenges: – Cost reduction of 10-15% on the expected 60 Billion € investments per year (ca 5% of the sector turnover) – Shorten time to market (by 5 years) – Increased labour productivity (est. 2%) – Highly skilled job opportunities (est. 1 Million)

KPIs to measure and monitor impact and demonstrate leverage effect on public funding! www.e2b-ei.eu

The new road map structure Vision 2050

 Developing affordable and implementable building systems having excellent thermal and acoustic performances  Fostering reliable and sustainable construction processes which involves field monitoring of the construction process performance  Monitoring sustainable building performance using appropriate data collection and processes during the building life cycle  Avoiding rebound effects induced by indoor air quality, changes in building uses or local climate features  Accounting for climatic changes impacts on building construction processes and technologies  Accounting for changes in the use value of building-integrated technologies or services (the utility, usability and acceptability as seen by end users)  Taking care of socio economic variables which will make high performance buildings more and more affordable and used properly

Design

Structure

Envelope

Energy equipment

Integration

Technology building blocks

Design

Construction process Construction process

Energy Performance

End of life

Energy performance management and monitoring

End of life

Research and Innovation road map Technical

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Industrial/economical

Organizational

Energy flow optimisation at building and / or district level Energy flow control at building level Energy efficiency of the energy consuming equipment Energy efficiency of local energy delivery / product equipment Changing the behaviour of consumers at constant / improved comfort Changing the behaviour and working habits of construction players (from single to collective skills)

Cross cutting

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