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Engaging citizens in urban planning has the potential to generate effective ideas to reinvent our cities. Particularly, designing easy to grasp and effective tools for co-creating meaningful urban spaces remains a significant challenge and an emerging need. Such tools that can involve the community in an intelligent manner are in strong demand. It...
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This workshop brought together a selection of H2020 EU-funded projects involving experts from the biomass, geothermal, solar thermal, and heat pump sectors to discuss a common strategy for increasing the use of renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling for buildings and industry.
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Despite its proven potential for systemic change, large-scale investment (both public and private) in sustainable homes still faces barriers, often caused by insecurity about personal, societal and financial returns on investment and a lack of clarity about concrete elements of sustainable age-friendly living environments and the choice of building...
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Digital transformation in the built environment is a fact that will shape the industry, increasing its efficiency and improving its quality. However, there are many challenges still facing the industry to complete this transformation. Under this theme, during the Sustainable Places 2020 virtual conference on 28th October 2020, nine EU-funded resear...
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In this workshop, we discussed the exploitation experiences gathered in some relevant H2020 projects on deep renovation: TripleA-reno, ProGETonE, P2Endure, 4rinEU, STUNNING, and TURNkey Retrofit. Directives and practical insights that support the experimentation with exploitation strategies in EU-funded projects will be elaborated as outcome of the...
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In this workshop, we discussed the progress of five Horizon 2020 projects—HYCOOL, SHIP2FAIR, THERMOSS, SUNHORIZON and HYBUILD—all implementing solar thermal and renewable technologies for buildings and for the industrial sector. The discussion offered opportunities to identify and benchmark key challenges being faced by the projects, both technical...
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The purpose of the CITYOPT Nice pilot project is to reduce domestic consumption during peak load hours, by engaging residents with demand response scenarios through a mobile app. This paper analyses the CITYOPT approach, suggesting that, when economic rewards are missing, a mix of educational activities, community involvement, social proof, and alt...
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CITYOPT is a collaborative project supported by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). CITYOPT mission is to optimise energy systems in smart cities. The project will create a set of applications and related guidelines that support efficient planning, detailed design and operation of energy systems in urban districts...
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The design of energy awareness solutions for the residential sector is a popular topic within research and innovation communities, with major industrial players being active in the field; the massive roll-out of smart energy meters in several countries is acting as a catalyst factor. However, the majority of existing solutions do not fully meet use...
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Emilie Thibault (editor),CSTB-EKENOS-I3M-ICT Usage Lab, Pacalabs Ecofamilies
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Proceedings CLIMA 2010 Congress CD, CLIMA 2010, 10th REHVA World Congress "Sustainable Energy Use in Buildings", 9-12 May 2010 Antalya, Turkey, ISBN 978-975-6907-14-6 Energy efficiency of buildings may be improved using information provided by smart meters. They enable new services aiming at making the end-user aware of its energy consumption. Our...
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GREEMBED 2010, First Workshop on Green and Smart Embedded System Technology: Infrastructures, Methods and Tools. 12 April 2010 Stockholm, Sweden

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The aim of the DR-BOB project is to demonstrate the economic and environmental benefits of demand response in blocks of buildings for the different key actors required to bring it to market. To achieve its aim the DR-BOB project will: • Integrate existing technologies to form the DR-BOB Demand Response Energy Management solution for blocks-of-buildings with a potential ROI of 5 years or less. • Demonstrate the DR-BOB integrated solution at 4 sites operating under different energy market and climatic conditions in the UK, France, Italy and Romania with blocks-of-buildings covering a total of 274,665 m2, a total of 47,600 occupants over a period of at least 12 months. • Realise up to 11% saving in energy demand, up to 35% saving in electricity demand and a 30% reduction in the difference between peak power demand and minimum night time demand for building owners and facilities managers at the demonstration. • Provide and validate a method of assessing at least 3 levels of technology readiness (1-no capability, 2-some capability, 3-full capability) related to the technologies required for consumers’ facilities managers, buildings and the local energy infrastructure to participate in the Demand Response Energy Management solution at any given site. • Identify revenue sources with at least a 5% profit margin to underpin business models for each of the different types of stakeholders required to bring demand response in the blocks-of-buildings to market in different local and national contexts. • Engage with at least 2,000 companies involved in the supply chain for demand response in blocks of buildings across the EU to disseminate the projects goals and findings.