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  • TOWARDS ENERGY EFFICIENT CITIES CONSCIENCE AND  DEVELOPMENT TISE RESEARCH GROUP UPM  SPAINSERGIO RODRIGUEZ TREJO. ARCHITECT. RESEARCHER
  • INVISO SINGULAR STRATEGIC PROJECT SUBPROJECT 9 2007‐2009DOZENS OF PROJECTS AND RESEARCH LINES ABOUTTHE IMPROVEMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS
  • UPM  COMMITMENT,  TOWARDS ENERGY  EFFICIENCYAccording with other countries experience, these technologies improve the conditions forsustainability and quality of buildings sensitively :.- The weight of the construction is reduced by up to 80%, with which savings are assumed.- The new materials necessary are reduced by 43% Greater sustainability..- The amount of water used in the construction is negligible..- The waste generated is a tenth that of traditional construction..- The energy involved in the materials is reduced by 33%.- The recycling of the materials is multiplied by nine.- The energy necessary for the construction is reduced by 32%.- The energy necessary for the transport of the materials is reduced by 70%.- 70% of the cost of the work comes from the factory, with qualified operators, whichassumes quality and safety..- The labor costs of the “in situ” assembly are reduced by 75%.- The construction period is reduced by 60%, with the consequent reduction in costsestimated at more than 9%..- The material cost of the work currently exceeds between 10 and 15% of the costs oftraditional construction.
  • BALI SINGULAR STRATEGIC PROJECT BUILDING ACOUSTICS FOR LIVING2009‐2011www.proyectobali.es LIDER PSE FCC CENTROS PÚBLICOS PROMOTORES / CONSTRUCTORES FABRICANTES FCC  CIEMAT EMVS  HISPALYT Grupo ORTIZ  Instituto Eduardo Torroja (IETCC)  PREINCO  INTROMAC PYMES  INDAGSA ESPINET-UBACH Arquitectes  St. GOBAIN UNIVERSIDADES  CYPE (software) ESTRUMAHER  UPM (GRUPO TISE)  San Pablo CEU IDEC  TECAIR  IDEC CENTROS PRIVADOS ASESORÍA INDUSTRIAL  TECNALIA (Cidemco/Labein/Fatronik) PROINTEM  AITEMIN
  • SP1 VIABILIDAD ENTORNO SOSTENIBLE CONFORT INTERIOR DESARROLLO DE PRODUCTOSSP2 ENVOLVENTE SP3 ENVOLVENTE SP4 INSTALACIONES SP5 ELEMENTOS COORDINACIÓN SP7 GESTIÓN Y OPACA ACRISTALADA INTERIORES SP6 DEMOSTRADOR VIRTUAL 12/04/2011 SP8 DIFUSIÓN/EXPLOTACION 5
  • SOLAR DECATHLON EUROPE PROJECT2008‐2012www.sdeurope.orgAs part of the UPM Commitment, and highly supported by theSpanish government , UPM has participated in three editions of theSOLAR DECATHLON COMPETITION. UPM Magic Box, 2005 UPM Casa Solar, 2007 UPM Casa Black&WhiteAs a result from the 2007 UPM participation, the Spanish Minister of Housing andthe Department of Energy of the United States of America signed off aMemorandum of Understanding, to create and develop the SOLAR DECATHLONEUROPE COMPETITION, to be held in madrid in the years 2010 and 2012.
  • SOLAR DECATHLON EUROPE PROJECTVALUESOBJECTIVES OF THE SOLAR DECATHLON EUROPE1. TO GENERATE knowledge on the industrialization and sustainability of the houses, bringing about suitable scientific benefits as well as the dissemination of the knowledge.2. TO MAKE both students and the general public aware of environmental and sustainability issues, especially in the responsible use of energy and natural resources, promoting the use of the renewable energies, taking advantage of the high media impact.
  • 2010 COMPETITORS
  • 2010 COMPETITION
  • 2012 COMPETITION CONTESTS Architecture 120 Architecture 200 Engineering & Construction 80 Energy Efficiency 100 Energy 220 Electrical Energy Balance 120 Comfort Conditions 120 Comfort 240 House Functioning 120 Communication & Social Awareness 80Social Economic 160 Industrialization  &  Market Viability 80 Innovation 80 Strategic 180 Sustainability 100
  • COMMUNICATION RESULTS•MORE THAN 192.000 VISITORS DURING THE COMPETITION•268.813 VISITS  TO THE WEB SITE SINCE JANUARY 2010•102.528  VISITS DURING COMPETITIÓN WEEK JUNE 7TH TO 27TH – 2010•157 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF VISITORS TO THE VILLA SOLAR•2.000 MEDIA HITS  IN SPAIN•5.000 MEDIA HITS IN THE WORLD•400 MILLIONS OF PEOPLE REACHEDSCIENTIFIC RESULTS•17 HOUSES WITH HIGH TECH DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE MONITORED AT SAME SITE AND CONDITIONS•OVERALL STUDY OF THE COMPETITORS AND SYSTEMS USED BY THE TEAMS•RESEARCH LINES USING THE RESULTS FROM THE COMPETITION ALL OVER THE WORLDSCIENTIFIC RECORD AND POST ANALYSIS AT HOME SITE OF THE HOUSES•PARAMETRIC STANDARD VALUES OF MOST USEFUL DATA  FOR SINGLE HOUSE STUDY
  • TEN ACTION PROJECTINTELLIGENT ENERGY EUROPE PROGRAM2009‐2012www.10action.euOBJECTIVES:• Change of behaviour• Awareness• Education• Knowledge DisseminationVALUES:• Responsible use of energy• Increase of energy efficiency• Use of renewable energies• Improvement in sustainability
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIESTHE NEXT FEW YEARS2011‐2020EUROPEAN REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES CHALLENGESRESEARCH LINES:HIGH PERFORMANCE MULTILAYER LIGHT FACADESENERGY STORAGE AND PCM IN BUILDINGSSOLAR AND PV ARCHITECTURAL INTEGRATIONTOWARDS THE INTELLIGENT WINDOW SYSTEMENERGY EFFICIENT HVAC AND VENTILATIONACCOUSTICS IN LIGHT INDUSTRIALIZED BUILDINGSDOUBLE SKIN FACADESSMART GRIDS AND INTELLIGENT BUILDING DOMOTICSNEXT PROJECTSSMART GRIDS AND SMART CITIESRETROFITTING  INTEGRATED SYSTEMSMULTILAYER FACADE WORKSYSTEM3D MODULAR SYSTEMS
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