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Presentation delivered by Asko Kippo on the SAVE ENERGY Project meeting, Lulea 29-30th June.

Presentation delivered by Asko Kippo on the SAVE ENERGY Project meeting, Lulea 29-30th June.

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  • 1. SAVE ENERGY<br />Technical Meeting – Helsinki 17th June 2009<br />Pilot Implementation, models, methodologies, plans<br />Arne Gylling & Asko Kippo<br />
  • 2. Save EnergyWorkpackages<br />
  • 3. WP 6; Pilot Description<br />Helsinki<br />Public Schools: Pihkapuisto and Ala-Malmi<br />Leiden<br />Municipality Offices<br />Lisbon<br />Municipality Offices<br />Luleå<br />House of Culture<br />Manchester<br />Multipurpose Town Hall<br />
  • 4. Work Group Leader of Pilots:<br /><ul><li>The objective is
  • 5. to facilitate and stimulate the co-creation of the pilot design and planning, adopting and creating good practices (WP6)
  • 6. to test and evaluate the five different implementations (WP7)
  • 7. To share, discuss and co-create common elements at each pilot
  • 8. To involve the end users and citizens (Living Lab Methodology) into the process
  • 9. To exchange of experiences and the co-creation of new ones aiming to identify common elements in S.E. 5 pilots
  • 10. Work Group is more horizontal than Workpackages and it should facilitate and complement the work and coordination of Workpackages
  • 11. Only temporarily, during the time it is required</li></li></ul><li>SAVE ENERGY<br />User Groups of Pilots<br /><ul><li>30 persons per school; Administrative persons, teachers, pupils, maintenance people, technical designers
  • 12. About 350 pupils per school
  • 13. Some visitors, parents, sporting groups</li></ul>Helsinki Pilot<br />Leiden Pilot<br /><ul><li>Administrative persons
  • 14. 45 municipality technicians
  • 15. 10 visitors per day</li></ul>Lisbon Pilot<br />Luleå Pilot<br /><ul><li>Library, restaurant, concert hall, garage, cafe
  • 16. Catering, kitchen, staterooms, committee rooms, Level 2 the Old Town Hall
  • 17. Staff, City Council employees, visitors</li></ul>Manchester Pilot<br />
  • 18. Helsinki Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 19. Group of users and designers
  • 20. Time schedule
  • 21. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>Applications at Schools<br />
  • 22. Save EnergyHelsinki Pilot Design<br />Teachers & Pupils &<br />Service &<br />Administration<br />Technical Specialists<br />From the<br />City of Helsinki<br />Basic <br />Description <br />In <br />Save Energy<br />Project Plan<br />How to develop the new Pilot application at <br />Pihkapuisto School together with the users ?<br />Succeeded <br />Pilot<br />Defination<br />Project Requirements<br />ISA definations<br />Save Energy<br />Helsinki<br />Project Group<br />
  • 23. Save Energy:<br /> User Groups in Helsinki<br /><ul><li>Project Group
  • 24. Asko Kippo, Helsinki Pilot Project Manager, Metropolia UAS
  • 25. City of Helsinki; Pekka Hapuoja, Katri Kuusinen
  • 26. Green Net; Lauri Hietaniemi, Anu Hassinen, Suvi Häkämies
  • 27. HSE/CKIR; Riina Utriainen, Petra Turkama
  • 28. Nokia; Veli-Pekka Niitamo
  • 29. There; Sakari Seppänen
  • 30. Technical Expert Group
  • 31. City of Helsinki: Pekka Hapuoja, Katri Kuusinen, Kari Niittymäki, Erkki Pihkoluoma, Timo Posa, Juha Haapasaari, Toivo Sahlsten
  • 32. Metropolia UAS; Asko Kippo
  • 33. Final year students; Matti Olin, Ville Olkkonen, Samuli Rasinmäki, Anssi Ulmanen
  • 34. Users’ Group at Pihkapuisto School
  • 35. Principal Pirkko Kaskinen
  • 36. Janitor Erkki Ortela
  • 37. Teachers; Heikki Huurre, Anne Hyvönen, Mikko Oikarinen
  • 38. Pupils;
  • 39. Users’ Group at Ala-Malmi School
  • 40. Principal Tuula Ekholm
  • 41. Janitor Tiina Heikkinen
  • 42. Teachers Rita Huhtala, NN1, NN2, NN3
  • 43. Pupils</li></li></ul><li>Save Energy: <br />Helsinki Pilot Design<br />Evaluation and design the Applications at Schools<br />Analyse, monitoring,<br />Follow up<br />Evaluation the Present Situation<br />Setting up the Data Acquisition System<br /><ul><li>Present way to use
  • 44. Found problems
  • 45. Users’ requirements
  • 46. Experience from the technical expert of the buildings and HVAC
  • 47. Brainstorming, proposals, improvements, what is possible, what is sensible
  • 48. Detailed design of applications
  • 49. Available historical data, conclusions
  • 50. Earlier Energy Audits
  • 51. New Energy Audits
  • 52. Use of present building automation
  • 53. Technical Drawings
  • 54. Pilot applications
  • 55. New wireless monitoring ICT system with intelligent sensors
  • 56. Measurement data will be monitored via the old building automation system and using the new wireless sensor based system ( There, ISA )
  • 57. Lab pilot scale system for PLC development
  • 58. Data will be analysed and sent to the main server system
  • 59. Analyse of the measurements
  • 60. Update the database</li></li></ul><li>Helsinki Pilot:<br />Collaboration and Co-operationtowards Implementation<br />Ideas,<br />Proposals<br />Users:<br />Teachers, pupils<br />S<br />A<br />V<br />E<br />E<br />N<br />E<br />R<br />G<br />Y<br />Evaluation<br />Technical<br />Experts<br />Action<br />Plan<br />Evaluation<br />Historical Data:<br />Made Energy <br />Audits<br />Project<br />Plan<br />Implementation of <br />the Pilots and Game<br />Supporting<br />Companies<br />Investment<br />Plan<br />
  • 61. Pihkapuisto: Control of the HVAC at Gym<br />Server in <br />Portugal<br />Nokia phone<br />There router<br />ISA<br />router<br />ISA<br />display<br />New wireless measurements by ISA and/or There<br />Manual<br />contol<br />HVAC at Pihkapuisto GYM<br />Programmable<br />logic<br />HVAC<br />Frequency <br />controller<br />AC-<br />machine<br />Present measurements<br />Display units<br />Present (old) Building automation system<br />LON<br />
  • 62. Helsinki Pilot: Time Schedule:<br />
  • 63.
  • 64. Pihkapuisto Gym<br />
  • 65. Pihkapuisto: Lights of Central Hall<br />
  • 66. Lighting measurements at classrooms<br />
  • 67. Energy measurements at HVAC machine<br />
  • 68. Some results of Energy Audits<br />
  • 69. What happens if we change and improve the lighting in an workplace ? <br />Ref. Henrik Juslen, Philips<br />
  • 70. Dialux; Artificial and natural light with colours<br />
  • 71. Dialux; Artificial and natural light <br />
  • 72. Dialux; Artificial with wrong light in colours<br />
  • 73. Dialux; Artificial with wrong light <br />
  • 74. Dialux; Video clip of a classroom<br />
  • 75. Pilot Group<br /><ul><li>Measuring energy savings
  • 76. Energy indicators
  • 77. Energy audit vs. energy certificate
  • 78. Energy audit
  • 79. Issues related to measuring the energy consumption</li></li></ul><li>Measuring the energy savings<br /><ul><li>In SAVE ENERGY we are aiming into changing two things during the project:
  • 80. Changing the user behavior to save the energy
  • 81. Decreasing the energy consumption
  • 82. How to measure these changes?</li></ul>we need to know what to measure <br /> what are the indicators (Task 1.2 Save Energy Concept, Task 3.3 Performace indicators…?)<br />How to measure the pilot buildings’ energy performance<br />Energy audits (Task 2.3 Energy audit methodologies and procedures)<br />The measure of the user behaviour<br /> How to measure this?<br />
  • 83. Energy indicators<br />General indicators: <br />Heat consumption kWh/rm3<br />Electricity consumption kWh/rm3<br />Water consumption m3/rm3<br />Water consumption l/m2<br />Primary energy consumption kWh/m2<br />CO2 consumption kg/m2<br />Water consumption l/m2<br />Carbon footprint kg CO2<br />Taylormade indicators for each pilot ?<br />Kitchen energy and water consumption kWh/portion, l/portion<br />Energy consumption of lighting kWh/m2, kWh/user<br />Heat consumption in gym etc. kWh/m3, kWh/person<br />
  • 84. Energy audit vs. energy certificate<br /><ul><li>Energy audit is an overall analysis of building’s energy consumption including the real measurement data from the building.
  • 85. The result of an energy audit is energy audit report,
  • 86. the exhaustive picture of building’s total energy consumption
  • 87. the improvement suggestions and their energy saving potential
  • 88. cash flow analysis of these improvements
  • 89. Energy certificate (EPB-directive) gives the observations about the energy consumption and the saving potential and how they affect the energy efficiency factor of the building
  • 90. In energy certificate the energy consumed so called “estate electricity” is included (HVAC systems, lighting), but the total electricity consumption of the building, meaning for example also the other electrical devises inside the building (like office equipment, TVs etc.) is not included.
  • 91. Energy audit covers all the consumption in the building  total energy consumption.</li></li></ul><li>Energy audits<br />
  • 92. Issues related to measuring the energy consumption<br /><ul><li>Is the energy for the whole building needed even though we are just piloting parts of the building?
  • 93. With energy audits the most important and profitable actions to save energy can be recognized
  • 94. Whole building energy data could provide good comparison level and indicate the consumption trend of the whole building and the changes achieved in the pilot areas.
  • 95. How to recognize the actions where user behaviour have the most impact on? Should this be included into the auditing process?
  • 96.  Opening and closing the doors and windows, water consumption, switching off the lights etc.
  • 97. Is the real consumption information sufficient enough to guide the user to choose right actions or should the system be checked during the project by an expert ?</li></li></ul><li>Leiden Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 98. Group of users and designers
  • 99. Time schedule
  • 100. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>
  • 101. Lisbon Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 102. Group of users and designers
  • 103. Time schedule
  • 104. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>
  • 105. Luleå Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 106. Group of users and designers
  • 107. Time schedule
  • 108. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>Luleå Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 109. Group of users and designers
  • 110. Time schedule
  • 111. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>
  • 112. Save Energy:<br /> User Groups in Luleå<br /><ul><li>Project Group
  • 113. Arne Gylling Pilot Project Manager, CDT
  • 114. Ulf Wikström Pilot mgr, Luleå municipality, Energy expert
  • 115. Donald Olofsson, Luleå municipality, Electricity expert
  • 116. Roland Marklund, Luleå municipality, adm. Mgr tech installations Kulturens Hus
  • 117. Paula Wennberg, Mikael Börjeson CDT
  • 118. Technical Expert Groupl
  • 119. Lena Bengten, Luleå municipality, enviroment coordinator
  • 120. Ulf Wikström, Luleå municipality, Energy expert
  • 121. Donald Olofsson, Luleå municipality, Electricity expert
  • 122. Roland Marklund, Luleå municipality, adm. Mgr tech installtions the House of culture
  • 123. Kimmo Ylieniemi, PhD Energy, CEO KYAB AB
  • 124. Erik Lundström, Luleå Energi
  • 125. Jonny Johansson, CEO EISTEC AB, Mulle concept
  • 126. Living Lab expert group
  • 127. Anna Ståhlbröst, Dr LL, Luleå university of technology
  • 128. Marita Holst, Dr. LL, CDT
  • 129. Users’ Group
  • 130. Tomas Nordin, Luleå municipality, head of staff, Kulturens hus
  • 131. 7 section mgr, Luleå municipality, Kulturens Hus
  • 132. People working at choosen LL
  • 133. Visitors</li></li></ul><li>
  • 134. Part of heating & cooling system <br />
  • 135. Meters already installed for restaurant, cafe, some offices. Connected to the house management system<br />
  • 136.
  • 137. Manchester Pilot<br /><ul><li>Applications of the Pilot
  • 138. Group of users and designers
  • 139. Time schedule
  • 140. Some pictures</li></li></ul><li>
  • 141. Thank you!<br />Arne Gylling / arne.gylling@ltu.se<br />Asko Kippo / asko.kippo@metropolia.fi<br />www.ict4saveenergy.eu<br />

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