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Research proposal on energy assessment of buildings awarded with a Horizon 2020 grant

Frederick Research Center is proud to announce that the research project entitled Next-generation Dynamic Digital EPCs for Enhanced Quality and User Awareness, in which Frederick Research Center is a key partner, has received a 2.5 M€ grant and is funded by the European Commission under the Programme H2020-EU.3.3.1 – Reducing energy consumption and carbon foorpint by smart and sustainable use.

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The project spires to set the grounds for the next generation dynamic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs). The proposed framework engages actual measured data coming from smart devices and introduces a set of novel and user-friendly indicators. For this it will make use of 6D Level 3 BIM for producing a building’s digital twin representation. The proposed indicators for smart-readiness, sustainability, environmental, human comfort and financial aspects will make EPCs a realistic, accurate and comprehensive information source that can induce energy efficient behavioural change and stimulate towards smart buildings. The D^2EPC digital platform will enable the issuance of next generation EPCs on a regular basis and will be armored with additional services. The project will last 3 years and will conclude in August 2023.

The kick-off meeting was the opportunity to introduce the project partners involved and confirm their operational capacities, knowledge, and experience. The discussion mainly focused on partners’ introductions, general management issues, on presenting the respective WPs and tasks from each partner and on project procedural framework. It was also attended by the Project Officer Mrs. Rebecca Kanellea who talked about European Commission’s expectations from D^2EPC project.

The project consortium is formed by a well-balanced group of research organizations, industrial players, SMEs and end-users carefully selected for their acknowledged excellence as well as both their complementarity and trans-nationality in order to provide the necessary knowledge, expertise, and state-of-the- art background required to ensure the success of the D^2EPC project, including sustainability of the proposed research and expected results. The project is coordinated by the Centre for Research & Technology, Hellas, while other partners, in addition to Frederick Research Center, include the Technical University of Kaunas, the Asociación Española de Normalización of Spain, the Austrian Standards International, the Austrian Energy Agency and Cleopa GmbH.

For more information on the project, visit: https://www.d2epc.eu/en

Frederick Research Center is proud to announce that the research project entitled Next-generation Dynamic Digital EPCs for Enhanced Quality and User Awareness, in which Frederick Research Center is a key partner, has received a 2.5 M€ grant and is funded by the European Commission under the Programme H2020-EU.3.3.1 – Reducing energy consumption and carbon foorpint by smart and sustainable use.

The project spires to set the grounds for the next generation dynamic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs). The proposed framework engages actual measured data coming from smart devices and introduces a set of novel and user-friendly indicators. For this it will make use of 6D Level 3 BIM for producing a building’s digital twin representation. The proposed indicators for smart-readiness, sustainability, environmental, human comfort and financial aspects will make EPCs a realistic, accurate and comprehensive information source that can induce energy efficient behavioural change and stimulate towards smart buildings. The D^2EPC digital platform will enable the issuance of next generation EPCs on a regular basis and will be armored with additional services. The project will last 3 years and will conclude in August 2023.

The kick-off meeting was the opportunity to introduce the project partners involved and confirm their operational capacities, knowledge, and experience. The discussion mainly focused on partners’ introductions, general management issues, on presenting the respective WPs and tasks from each partner and on project procedural framework. It was also attended by the Project Officer Mrs. Rebecca Kanellea who talked about European Commission’s expectations from D^2EPC project.

The project consortium is formed by a well-balanced group of research organizations, industrial players, SMEs and end-users carefully selected for their acknowledged excellence as well as both their complementarity and trans-nationality in order to provide the necessary knowledge, expertise, and state-of-the- art background required to ensure the success of the D^2EPC project, including sustainability of the proposed research and expected results. The project is coordinated by the Centre for Research & Technology, Hellas, while other partners, in addition to Frederick Research Center, include the Technical University of Kaunas, the Asociación Española de Normalización of Spain, the Austrian Standards International, the Austrian Energy Agency and Cleopa GmbH.

For more information on the project, visit: https://www.d2epc.eu/en

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