Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Making a "black box"
transparent: role of the open
data in the building sector
European Data Forum 2014
19 March 2014, Ath...
IMT
BPIE
Global Center
Conducting cross-cutting
research and analysis
Connecting regional
institutions, and share the
best...
3
Data and Information are
crucial for the mission
• Funded by ClimateWorks
• Mission to achieve significant
and measurabl...
4
‘To Save the World’ Mission
Buildings account for more than 1/3
of global energy use & GHG
emission
Limiting global temp...
5
GBPN’s products aim at demonstrating
potentials & providing
solutions Where are the
‘savings’ ?
Where are the best polic...
6
Product’s creation flow
7
First Data Collection Challenge
• Together with CEUGBPN
decided to develop scenarios to
demonstrate the potential for th...
8
Need To Change Policies
• GBPN wanted to document
impact and costs of energy
efficiency policy instruments
in 4 target r...
9
Research in Data Quality
• Our own research
constantly confirms this
 Lack of data on impact
 Lack of data on actual
c...
Status of Data Quality &
Availability
Not enough data
on key
parameters!Not enough data
on key
parameters!
11
Where does the flow get
stuck?
12
Community for Better Data on
Buildings: LOD and web-site
• Connection to best resources, data
and information on buildi...
Interactive Analytic Website
13
Coming soon
Coming soon
Policy Tool for New Buildings
15 Criteria
64 international from experts from international and regional organisations involved
Other opportunitets of the
Tool
16
17
Glossary
• The aim is to facilitate collaboration on
the development of ambitious energy
efficiency measures by clarify...
BPIE Datahub
18
IMT - BuildingRating.org
19
Under
reconstructio
n
– thesaurus
will be
integrated
20
So how does GBPN make the
black box transparent?
Thank you!
A long walk starts with one step
Consult our web site: www.gbpn.org
Follow us on Twitter: @GBPNetwork
Send us a...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

EDF2014: Talk of Ksenia Petrichenko, Building Policy Analyst, Global Buildings Performance Network: Making a ‘black box’ transparent: role of the open data in the building sector

2,866 views

Published on

Invited Talk of Ksenia Petrichenko, Building Policy Analyst, Global Buildings Performance Network at the European Data Forum 2014, 19 March 2014 in Athens, Greece: Making a ‘black box’ transparent: role of the open data in the building sector

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

EDF2014: Talk of Ksenia Petrichenko, Building Policy Analyst, Global Buildings Performance Network: Making a ‘black box’ transparent: role of the open data in the building sector

  1. 1. Making a "black box" transparent: role of the open data in the building sector European Data Forum 2014 19 March 2014, Athens, Greece Ksenia Petrichenko GBPN Building Policy Analyst
  2. 2. IMT BPIE Global Center Conducting cross-cutting research and analysis Connecting regional institutions, and share the best thinking building energy and GHG policy. Communicating progress toward achieving the GHG abatement potential of the building sector GBPN Harvesting best practices policies in building energy efficiency and  performance. Advancing policies and programs that promote low carbon, energy & efficient buildings.   Offering world class energy efficiency expertise to policy makers and  business leaders Working Globally but with Regional Presence Transformin g Policies and markets GBPN ChinaGBPN / Shakti
  3. 3. 3 Data and Information are crucial for the mission • Funded by ClimateWorks • Mission to achieve significant and measurable energy consumption and GHG emission reductions from buildings  Through providing recommendation to the governments for policy development  Through conducting high quality research in the field • Philanthropy  Making data and research results publically available & easily accessible  Strong emphasis on experience exchange & collaboration => Linked and Open !
  4. 4. 4 ‘To Save the World’ Mission Buildings account for more than 1/3 of global energy use & GHG emission Limiting global temperature rise to 2 degrees -> decreasing GHG Significant saving potential exists in the sector & solutions are available
  5. 5. 5 GBPN’s products aim at demonstrating potentials & providing solutions Where are the ‘savings’ ? Where are the best polices ? What’s happening in Asia? What does business think ? What is the state of the art? Where is the Data? Robust data is needed for each product
  6. 6. 6 Product’s creation flow
  7. 7. 7 First Data Collection Challenge • Together with CEUGBPN decided to develop scenarios to demonstrate the potential for the buildings sector to mitigate energy consumption in China, the EU, India and the USA.  Global coverage + 4 target regions  Up to 17 climate zones per region  3 end-uses  9 building types  5 building vintages • Data on floor area per capita, processes in the building sector, energy use in different exemplary buildings in different regions, climate zones, building Lack of reliable data for buildings! Lack of reliable data for buildings!
  8. 8. 8 Need To Change Policies • GBPN wanted to document impact and costs of energy efficiency policy instruments in 4 target regions  Risk of acting  Cost of not acting • A comprehensive review of different policy instruments & best-practices for reducing GHG emissions from buildings • Politicians want documentation Lack of reliable data on policies’ impacts & costs!Lack of reliable data on policies’ impacts & costs!
  9. 9. 9 Research in Data Quality • Our own research constantly confirms this  Lack of data on impact  Lack of data on actual consumption  Lack of data on costs • Not available for our research • Survey on the data experience of the key organizations and modelers in energy
  10. 10. Status of Data Quality & Availability Not enough data on key parameters!Not enough data on key parameters!
  11. 11. 11 Where does the flow get stuck?
  12. 12. 12 Community for Better Data on Buildings: LOD and web-site • Connection to best resources, data and information on buildings energy performance policies worldwide • Transparency to data & research • Acceleration of knowledge & information sharing for better policy- making
  13. 13. Interactive Analytic Website 13 Coming soon Coming soon
  14. 14. Policy Tool for New Buildings
  15. 15. 15 Criteria 64 international from experts from international and regional organisations involved
  16. 16. Other opportunitets of the Tool 16
  17. 17. 17 Glossary • The aim is to facilitate collaboration on the development of ambitious energy efficiency measures by clarifying definitions and highlighting common terminology • A common understanding of words is critical for working together  Words and relations  Definition • Collaboration on text and Data  Avoiding duplication • Available in Chinese
  18. 18. BPIE Datahub 18
  19. 19. IMT - BuildingRating.org 19 Under reconstructio n – thesaurus will be integrated
  20. 20. 20 So how does GBPN make the black box transparent?
  21. 21. Thank you! A long walk starts with one step Consult our web site: www.gbpn.org Follow us on Twitter: @GBPNetwork Send us an email: info@gbpn.org Join work or communities on GBPN labs

×