Cross-border pilots in practice - examples for the Save Energy project, what have we learnt Asko Kippo

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Cross-border pilots in practice - examples for the Save Energy project, what have we learnt Asko Kippo

  1. 1. Cross‐border pilots in practice –Examples from the Save Energy project, what we have learnt?Asko Kippo, Project ManagerThe Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied SciencesSmart People and Energy Efficiency, Networking ConferenceMarch 16th, 2011, Luleå, Sweden
  2. 2. SAVE ENERGY EU / FP7 / CIP / ICT / PSP – 2008 - 238882DetailsProject time 1.3.2009 – 31.8.2011, M1 – M30Project status now M24Total budget 4,46 Milj. eur.Application area Saving Energy in Public BuildingsProject Coordinator Alfamicro, Dr. Alvaro OliveiraN:o of partners 15 partners from 5 countries
  3. 3. Save Energy: Main Objectives1. Saving Energy by Pilots at the Public Buildings 1. 20 % by User Behaviour Transformation 2. 5 % by intelligent ICT Management System 3. Lighting, heating, HVAC and other applications (office equipment, processes, kitchen 10/10/10  30 %  savings)2. Development of ICT based Energy Management Real Time  System3. Save Energy by Serious Game4. User Behaviour Transformation5. Policy Recommendations and Save Energy Advisory Board6. Proactive Dissemination & Exploitation
  4. 4. Energy Audit Reports states the base line !
  5. 5. Energy consumption distributions in  Ala‐Malmi
  6. 6. Energy consumption distributions in  Pihkapuisto
  7. 7. Examples of proposed saving actions• Changing the operational time of ventilation units• Lowering the temperature of inlet air• Refurbishment of heat recovery unit• Shutting down computers during the nights• Replacing incandescent lighting with fluorescent lighting• Changing the adjustments in the control system of lighting• Installation of limiting nozzles in water taps and showers
  8. 8. Save Energy Helsinki Pilot Design Teachers & Pupils & Technical Specialists Service & From the Administration City of Helsinki BasicDescription Succeeded How to develop the new Pilot application at In Pilot Pihkapuisto School together with the users ?Save Energy DefinationProject Plan Save Energy Project Requirements Helsinki ISA definations Project Group
  9. 9. User Groups at Schools USER GROUPS Responsible on energy consumption Ala-Malmi School Pihkapuisto School School Master, Janitor, School Master, Janitor, - the whole school, gym, - The whole school entrance hall Kitchen Staff, Kitchen Staff, - Kitchen operations - kitchen operations Pupils in classrooms, Pupils in classrooms, Teachers, Teachers,- Electricity of lighting, water - Electricity of lighting, water
  10. 10. Save Energy –Living Lab based User participation and commitment Ideas, Design System Energy Follow up, & Development Development Audit Supervision with users & TestingPresent status Ideas, hopes, wishes Sensor network Continuous following and of operation Proposals for Data transmission reportingConditions of improvements Database Simple Indicators operation Discussions, User Interface Feedback from usersReference argumentations Testing, tuning, Recommendations values Kitchen evaluation validation Best PracticesBaselines Priority User training Gradual ExploitationPresent level of Problem solving User commitment consumption Taking care of users’ ContinuousProposal for needs and wishes improvements actions of User based design & Understanding weak improvements development & test signals 1. User involvement and Commitment; 2. Living Lab Methodology used in every phase 3. Change in users’ attitude and new way of thinking
  11. 11. From food preparing to energy consumptionLaws, decrees, Customers, Dining room, Equipment,Instructions, Pupils, Spaces Machines,Orders Teachers Study plan Users Schedules Menu Purchases Food preparation Energy consumption Education Service Service Service Dept. Producer Producer Producer
  12. 12. High power machines in kitchenThe most important equipment at Ala-Malmis kitchen max power (kW) Combined owen 34,40 Elecricity-steam convection owen 17,50 Pressurised cooker 36,00 Electric stove 10,00 Washing line 32,30 Pot 17,00 Frigerator 0,65 Frigerator 0,65 Washing line connected into heated water
  13. 13. Total Electricity Consumption Save Energy Applications of School At Schools:Environmental Total Heat Energyconditions Consumption of School Efficiency:User Saving EnergyBehaviour Total Water Learning, motivation Consumption of SchoolTechnical Change of BehaviorInnovations New thinking, understanding Electricity Consumption of New way of workingStudy Plan Lighting In Classrooms New Education, TrainingMenu of the Is a Cost Factorday Electricity Consumption of Service Flexibility HVAC machines in GymSpecification Continuous maintenanceand Capacity More measurementsof Equipment Electricity Consumption Wireless & remote contol In KitchenTuning of the Best PracticesBuilding More InterestAutomation Electricity Consumption of More AutomationSystem Lighting In Entrance Hall More Exploitation More Competition User interest, learning, motivation and behaviour (common profit = my profit)
  14. 14. Strategies on saving energy:New replacement investement:Renewing totally the old equipment orsystem to new, modern, energy efficientequipment or systemNew Eco/Green devices:Replacing the old energy consuminglamps and lighting equipment to newsensor based eco-lightings Saving EnergyTuning and controlling the BM&AS:Setting, tuning, reducing and controllingall possible setpoints at the BM&AStowards more energy efficient levelIncrease to show the real timeinformation:Increasing to show the real timeinformation, making it understandable,interesting, teaching, testing andcommitting the users
  15. 15. Helsinki Pilot ICT System Architecture 13.9.2010
  16. 16. Cross-border pilots in practice 5 individual pilots; Helsinki, Leiden, Lisbon, Luleå, Manchester Responsibilities:  Leiden/CETIM; System Architecture  Portugal/ISA; Integration of pilots to iCenter, data communication, with pilots and Serious Game  Helsinki/Aalto Uni; Serious Game  Luleå/CDU; Testing of pilots, energy saving, user behavior transformation  Pilot work group; Living Lab methodology, UI, system integration, other interfaces Skype discussions about every 2 weeks Open discussions, exchange of information and experiences, helping each others
  17. 17. Target UBT in Helsinki Results Reference and Baselines for electricity,Evaluation of the present energy 1. heat and water consumption (totalconsumption of the total building Energy Audit building, kitchen, HVAC-machines)New technology and solutions in the Consumption and saving results, new 2.classrooms, kitchen, entrance hall, technology, new role of the users Pilot Applicationsgym Provide different user groups withData acquisition from the wireless 3. sophisticated real time information inmeasurements and from BM&AS ICT System clearly understandable formThe users are able to change their The users have been interested in 4. following the information at info TV andbehaviour, when seeing the real Info TVsconsumption information of their work willing to change their energy consumptionTo get people to play the game and to 5. The users (children) have beenlearn more about energy saving Serious Game interested in playing the game, in Helsinki about 100 players 6. Instructions and best practicesEvaluation of the kitchen operations Kitchen User motivation and interestand energy consumption EvaluationTo teach, motivate and explain the ICTresults on info TV, to listen and to get 7. The real time measurements show thethe feedback from the users, to check User discussions, savings achieved in the kitchen. All thethe change of behaviour and motivation, tests, savings have been based on the UBT.consumption, to test the knowledge of interviews,the users questionnaires
  18. 18. User Behavior Transformation in Helsinki Present Energy User involvement behaviour AuditEvaluation of the problems, Detailed evaluation of the Accurate and neutral their solutions, new present operation, evaluation of the energy innovations consumption and potential consumptionListening and respecting the saving goals Motivation to save energy users Commitment of the users Understanding the technicalUnderstanding the big picture Individual targets, common solutions used rules Based on the Living Lab methodology, user based innovations, participation and benefits, better understanding the ecosystem and the meaning of the real results, the user behaviour could be changed on a new, more productive and saving levelThe accurate real time Continuous discussions, Requires lot of motivation, information given to the users motivation, supervision and personal notification, thanksThe users will understand this control will advise the users and special mentioning, when extra information to save energy and to reach someone has achieved goodThe users will benefit this the agreed goal results information to change their Listen carefully the users, Small rewards needed energy consumption habits this is very sensitive Extended virtual Continuous New way of reality supervision working
  19. 19. User Behavior Transformation in Helsinki Discussions Understanding Interviews Motivation Commitment TeachingInitial discussion Understanding units, By advising, recommending,Problem evaluation Measurements, By building on ongoingNormal operation Displays, the purpose change processesDependencies Of the system By explaining, Work habits Understanding own operation Care taking, Create awareness of habits Use emotional appeal thanking Use of equipment Use rational appeal Assess susceptibility Basic teaching Commitment to new To change User Logistics Way of thinking, Give Feedback Behavior Use of measurement Operating, working, goals Competition Transformation Of Energy Seeing the installations of Consumption Wireless sensors and Interfaces to energy Local basic measurement Smile faces on the meter Values can easily be Screens Are simple Seen on the screen. And ImmediateSeeing the measurement Based on this extra reward To the user.Values On the screens Information the user Direct feedback toSeeing the total concept Can see his own The user is highlyAnd pilots around the operation Recommended.school RT Information of Use and apply actively Rewards, thanks energy consumption This RT information Benefits
  20. 20. User Behavior Transformation More Team workingMotivation Information (info TV) More Awareness Money talks More Understanding Rewards More Commitment
  21. 21. Saving Energy
  22. 22. Pihkapuisto; Action Plan for M19 – M26 1.Responsibility; Teachers Riikka Vitikka, Hanna Seppälä Principal; Mirja Pere, Vice-principal; Sampsa VuorioGoal: Learning by doing and clarifying (problem – Idea – Innovation – Commission – Normal Use) Issues to be discussed and taught by the teacher at the classroom:  Comparison and annual usage of different electrical devices  How to save energy by changing behavior or by innovations  What is a low energy house  How to use renewable energy sources more effectively  How to affect on energy saving at home  What energy saving tips the pupils can find
  23. 23. Pihkapuisto; Action Plan for M19 – M26 2. Establishment of an energy club/work group in the classroom  To research what is the standby consumption of devices  How to reduce the standby consumption  The day without electricity at the school  Lighting team (rules of operations, what is unnecessary use of lighting) Design the own energy house by pupils  Implementation by a pilot model scale Supervision of the energy consumption at the school pilots by the ICT system, displays and reports will be explained to the pupils Energy audit of the classroom made by pupils Useful links and energy blog on the web pages of the school International co-operation with other schools around Europe More media publicity required (suggested by parents)
  24. 24. Preliminary exploitation plan of city of HelsinkiItem Objective Schedule 1 Better benefits of the regular energy audit of buildings, more Immediately of them, implementing the proposals suggested ! 2 The use of EC-motors for HVAC systems Gradually 3 The use of new sensor based lighting systems Gradually 4 Better use of Living Lab methodology, from speeches to Immediately doings, listening carefully, teaching, learning new way of thinking, goal oriented commitment to work; Savings by User behavior transformation 5 Saving by regrouping, rescheduling and time programming Gradually the large groups of lights (at entrance halls) 6 Tuning better and properly the building management & Immediately automation systems (BM&AS) 7 Better benefits by using the local BM&AS to monitor also the Gradually consumption of electricity 8 Further building electricity and automation training to janitors Immediately
  25. 25. Preliminary exploitation plan of Metropolia UASItem Objective Schedule 1 Better energy efficiency at Metropolia’s own buildings and Immediately campus areas 2 Update of every study plan (new courses, measuring Immediately devices, laboratory exercises, new learning, understanding, commitment); Certification of energy efficiency should be a citizen’s skills 3 The students should be committed with CDIO –project works Immediately to make energy evaluations and audits everywhere in Helsinki (industry, private and public buildings, hotels, restaurants, sport/concert halls, supermarkets, shopping centers, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, housing for ageing people, …). Networking with several municipal depts. and companies started ! 4 Continuously increasing interest found from our neighboring Immediately cities and communities; Espoo and Vantaa; Co-operative discussions already started with many of them! 5 Interaction and co-operation within several study fields at Immediately Metropolia (electricity – automation – ICT – Building Technology – Food technology - Welfare and social field)
  26. 26. About Scalability ? The city of Helsinki owns public buildings The city of Helsinki owns about 1.200 public buildings including 200 school buildings, 350 kindergartens and 7 hospitals, office buildings, libraries, etc.
  27. 27. Thank You !Asko Kippo +358 40 848 1761 asko.kippo@metropolia.fi www.ict4saveenergy.euhttp://saveenergy.metropolia.fi http://greenmyplace.net/

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