REViSITE www.revisite.eu Roadmap Enabling Vision and Strategy for ICT-enabled Energy Efficiency
Results: Common ICT priorities for grids, manufacturing, constuction and lighting.
Duration: Feb 2010 – Jan 2012.
ICT 4 E2B FORUM http://www.ict4e2b.eu European stakeholders forum crossing value and innovation chains to explore needs, challenges and opportunities in further research and integration of ICT systems for Energy Efficiency in Buildings
Results: Updated roadmap (based on REEB + E2B).
Duration: Sep 2010 – Oct 2012.
IREEN : ICT Roadmap for Energy-Efficient Neighbourhoods
Foreseen Results RTD & Innovation roadmap.
Foreseen Duration: end 2011 – end 2013.
All the reports are available on line Finished On- going On- going NEW
REEB Thematic areas Process integration System integration Knowledge sharing Interoperability & standards 5. Integration technologies Building energy mgt District energy mgt Smart grids and the built environment 4. Energy management & trading Performance management Visualisation of energy use Behavioural change 3. User awareness & decision support Automation & control Monitoring Quality of service WSN 2. Intelligent & Integrated Control Design Production management Modelling Performance estimation 1. Tools for integrated design and production Research topics Thematic Area
First EeB PPP Roadmapping process Public Consultations
ICT4E2B Forum: Bridging the gap … between Construction and ICT
ICT4E2B Forum Roadmap methodology Vision of future ICTs and usage scenario Scenario Workshops Deliverable 1.1 Deliverable 1.2 Deliverable 1.3 & Deliverable 2.1 Deliverable 2.2 (on going) Deliverable 2.3 (on going) Taxonomy RTD areas State of the Art Current RTD Topics ICT gaps Prioritised RTD topics Initial roadmap Final roadmap EeB PPP Roadmap REEB Roadmap We are here Priority setting by stakeholders Validation Workshops, feedback from experts and stakeholders All the reports available at http://forum.ict4e2b.eu/ Suggested updated ICT topics
ICT4E2B Forum on line http://forum.ict4e2b.eu/ www.ict4e2b.eu/
ICT4E2B Forum Workshops … on application Scenario May 4 th Helsinki May 24 th Sophia Antipolis May 25 th London … on prioritization July 4 th Genova July 12 th Brussels
Preliminary results from scenario and prioritization workshops
Stakeholders’ point of view on NZEB from ICT4E2B Forum results
Everything a stakeholder always wanted to say about NZEB (but was afraid to tell) EE Design and Production Management Intelligent and Integrated Control User Awareness and Decision Support Energy Management and Trading Integration Technologies
Buildings will be part of an integrated world of connected , ubiquitous sensors , built into the fabric of the building, that feed into self learning systems using open source software solutions. The buildings will contain intelligent, plug and play appliances within an integrated building management network and will be populated by people/organisations that have reached contractual relationships that balance cost, comfort and confidentiality .
It will start in large commercial (ie non-domestic) buildings and gradually move into the residential sector. Governments will regulate to mandate implementation of energy efficiency measures at times of major refurbishment and in new build.
(Chris Tuppen, Advancing Sustainability )
ICT4E2B Forum: a temptative focus on NZEB Real time Performance Measurements User centric Design Transparency: do not undermine trust of users Simplify bureaucracy Privacy trading Standards needed ROI less than 2-3 years Technologies for balancing automation and individual choice Integrated approach; look at buildings as groups integrated in a masterplan [report from Stakeholders Workshop on ICT Application Scenarios for energy efficiency in buildings, 12 July 2011]