All countries: building stock:Austria financial scheem:Fact sheet
Target Groups:Policy Makers at MS LevelLooking for: High level information, country fact sheets, certain topics, executive summariesTechnical Experts & Building ProfessionalsLooking for: national comparisons, summaries, challenges of the sector, monitoring, raw data, focus on specific topics, input for modelling.Researchers, Academia & ConsultanciesLooking for: Experts: raw data, focus on specific topics, input for modellingConsultancies: raw data for specific analysis, e.g. commercial buildings, shopping centersBroader Energy Efficiency in Buildings CommunityLooking for: best practises, scenarios
The BPIE Data Hub was launched in Novemner 2012; Inspired with the BPIE project on: Europe's Buildings under the Microscope from 2011The goal was to create a comprehensive open data portal on energy performance of European buildingsand to assist policy makers, stakeholders and the broader buildings community in effective decision making regarding the energy performance of building stocks across Europe.
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Launched in November
EDF2013: Invited Talk Dan Staniaszek: Online Knowledge Resource for European Buildings
Online Knowledge Resource for European Buildings Dan Staniaszek Buildings Performance Institute Europe
What did we want?An interactive online platform:• Database repository and management (quantitative data and textual information): Country Comparison Dashboard Country Profiles/country fact sheets Information on key legislation – Time lines & information Link to other data/information available on the web• Data presentation and visualisation• Data collection through online surveys
BPIE Data PortalThe Data Hub for Building Performance in EuropeObjectives:• The BPIE Data Hub to be the first point of contact for anyone interested in energy performance in European buildings;• Provide a multi-source and up to date fact and figures (i.e. statistics; policy information) on building stock across Europe;• Allow a smart and user-customisable data search, comparison, interactive visualization and cost-free download;• Enable monitoring of EU policy implementation at Member State level;• Continuous quality improvement and new data generation through data exchange projects and research partnerships.
www.buildingsdata.eu BPIE publication: Europes Buildings under the Microscope . Country-by-country review of the energy performance of Europes buildings, 2011
BPIE Data PortalThe Data Hub for Building Performance in Europe
Existing Data in “Country-by-Country” study 29 countries Inventory Performance Existing stock Renovation activity Definitions Building stock New stock Construction activity Public Buildings Ownership profile Exterior climate Key climate characteristics Energy carriers By carrier and building type Directive implementation General info on current policy framework Specific national conditions Energy performance requirements Policies, Energy building codes Requirements by component regulations and Renovation permits economic Labeling/Certificates Energy performance certificates instruments Inspections AC/Heating systems Programmes, incentives and fiscal Financial measures instruments Survey 2011 data sources: official statistics (Eurostat, IEA statistics, national statistics), building/EPC registers, country detailed studies, modelling, estimations based on available date, expert guestimates
Existing Data in “Country-by-Country” study BUILDING STOCK 29 countries Data completeness NUMBER OF RESPONSES TO 16 BUILDING STOCK RELATED QUESTIONS1614 LEGEND12 0-25% 25-50% 50-75% 75-100%10 8 6 4 2 0 U… B… B… E… P… A… C… H… N… D… D… N… C… M… C… S… E… F… P… G… S… R… L… L… IE IT FI LT SI1 U values of Wall for res. 7 U values of Floor for non-res. 13 Total consumption by age group for res.2 U values of Roof for res. 8 U values of Window for non-res. 14 Total consumption by age group for non-res.3 U values of Floor for res. 9 Airtightness levels for res. 15 Floor areas by age band for res.4 U values of Window for res. 10 Airtightness levels for non-res. 16 Floor areas by age band for non-res.5 U values of Wall for non-res. 11 Heating consumption by age group for res.6 U values of Roof for non-res. 12 Heating consumption by age group for non-res.
Example of data search resultsBreakdown of the building stock by building type
Radio buttons toExample of data search results download, print and send a commentSummary of economic and market instruments for Austria Click on the > sign to see the details under that heading
Example of data search results29 Country Factsheets (selected outputs) Download factsheet in pdf Give your feedback
System ArchitectureData Acquisition Data Visualisation Search & Reporting Maps Charts ….. Search Views Webform
Data collection: Survey 2011 vs. Survey 2013 SURVEY 2010/2011 SURVEY 2013• Survey was conducted offline • Survey is conducted through through long email/phone our website exchanges • Automatic plausibility checks• Plausibility checks & • Ad-hoc data available validation had to be done • Ready to use data/no need manually – time consuming for data compilation process • Time to market data – 5days• Results of survey were • Survey results are on-line and presented in printed format interactive• Static graphs & no possibility • User can dowload taylor- to make changes or made country sheets/make corrections cross-country comparisons• Overall long process • Easy to make changes, updates and corrections • Allows to build a historic perspective
SURVEY 2013 vs. 2011 TopicsNew data sets ( ) Policies & Statistics regulations Building stock Policy inventory monitoring Building stock Building codes perfomance Existing buildings Energy Labels, certificat performance es, inspections improvement New buildings Economic Climate Marekt related instrumentes indicators Others Info camaigns Social related indicators
Users of the BPIE Data Hub Unique Visitors: 3,781 Page views: 26,298 Returning visitors: 43 % BPIE Data Hub Launch HOLIDAY Google Analytics report: 1 April 2013
Users of The BPIE Data Hub Google Analytics report: 1 April 2013