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SHOWE-IT, an ICT support solution to become more efficient?

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The objective of the SHOWE-IT project is to demonstrate, under real conditions, how advanced ICT components and systems can enable services that help reduce energy and water consumption in social housing across Europe. To achieve this, the project takes a demand-driven approach, prioritizing as starting point an affordable investment per dwelling (about 2000 €), and putting in place an integrated and easy replicable ICT-based services. The project expects to achieve an overall energy and water consumption reduction of 20 %.
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OBJECTIVE
The objective of the SHOWE-IT project is to demonstrate,
under real conditions, how advanced ICT components and
systems can enable services that help reduce energy and
water consumption in social housing across Europe. To
achieve this, the project takes a demand-driven approach,
prioritizing as starting point an affordable investment per
dwelling (about 2000 ), and putting in place an integrated
and easy replicable ICT-based services. The project
expects to achieve an overall energy and water
consumption reduction of 20 %.
PILOT SITES
The project regroup 12 partners. Among them, some
companies like Siemens, GDF Suez, Acciona aim at
creating a solid demand for such energy & water saving
ICT based solutions. The service developed will be tested
in three social housing companies (183 dwellings)
corresponding to the average mix of the majority of the
EU social housing stock (individual homes, tower blocks,
etc).
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
SHOWE-IT will supply a set of ICT-based
services to SHC pilot sites to help optimize
energy and water consumption. The most
relevant technical elements to be integrated are
the following:
Synco living home automation system
Wide Area Communication
Water metering: meters
Electricity & gas metering
Consumption visualization application
End user display: ANDROID home tablet
Stakeholders
Authors
Partners
Jonathan VILLOT
Natacha GONDRAN
Florent BREUIL
Equipe PIESO
Institut Henri Fayol
ENSM-SE
jonathan.villot@mines-stetienne.fr www.showe-it.eu
May 2013 Séminaire Energie IMT
Institut Henri Fayol
The role of ARMINES/IHF in this project is to develop a methodology to
estimate the effective savings and analyze the data to assess the interest of
such a system. In SHOWE-IT, the main scientific bottleneck is due to the lack
of comparative data to estimate the savings, once the technology is put in
place. Considering the context of the project, the option that fits better is the
CGPG method (Control Group/Pilot Group). The CGPG consists of
establishing two groups with the same kind of profile in each location. One
group have intervention (pilot group) and the other (control group) have not.
The savings are calculated by an indirect comparison (using a kriging
approach) between those two groups.
SAVINGS & SCIENTIFIC BOTTLENECK
Lyon
Manchester
Project manager
Stockholm
Water
Electricity Heating
Savings
LAN port 2 Internet
Heat cost
allocator
Wire USB Wire hub
Tablet PC (one per flat)
with ANDROID + app WiFi
Radiator control
actuator
Synco Living
OZW
Electricity meter
Water meter +
GPRS
Common
area Flats
WiFi Access Point
MAS
LAN port 1 meter network
Router
/Switch
Building server
IHS
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