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Closing the gap in building energy performance using ISO 50001 Energy Management System

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The Energy Performance “GAP” between the Design and Operation of a Building always exists! Usually the bigger gaps arise from numerous operational issues that deteriorate the performance well beyond expectations. In HIT2GAP, an effective ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) is central to the overall process.

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Closing the gap in building energy performance using ISO 50001 Energy Management System

  1. 1. Association of Energy Engineers World Energy Engineering Congress Atlanta, USA September 27-29, 2017 Closing the gap for optimal building energy performance through an ISO 50001 Energy Management System Presented by: Mike Brogan, B.E., PhD (Mech Eng.), MIEI CEO mike.brogan@enerit.com +1 347 230 5887 / +353 91 709818 www.enerit.com
  2. 2. QSET software Energy consultants large MNC’s (IS 393 software) Members EN/ISO 50001 committees First installs: buildings & industry EN 16001 software deployed Enerit ISO 50001 software launched 1995 2004 2006 2008 2010 2011 2017 Enerit Founded 20+ years in Management System Software ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 Drafting of ISO 50001:2018 Release of ISO 50001:2011
  3. 3. The Energy Performance “GAP” between the Design and Operation of a Building always exists! Differences between expected and actual energy consumption arise from problems with the design, construction, commissioning and operation of buildings. Interventions along any of the three fundamentals life-cycle directions; design, build and operation can reduce this GAP
  4. 4. The gap, which often exceeds 50%, can be caused by erroneous simulations during design, poor constructions methods and bad operational practices. Usually the bigger gaps arise from numerous operational issues that deteriorate the performance well beyond expectations. The Energy Performance “GAP” between the Design and Operation of a Building always exists!
  5. 5. “Highly Innovative Building Control Tools tackling the energy performance gap” Tools include: ➢ data acquisition ➢ building simulation ➢ energy management ➢ forecasting Project aims: ❖ To reduce the energy gap between predicted and real building performances, focusing on the operation phase ❖ To propose a new paradigm for the development of energy management platform in buildings, integrating existing expertise and resources ❖ To provide a smart open platform which is marketable ➢ FDD ➢ renewable energy ➢ behavior modelling ➢ data visualization
  6. 6. Expected Results: ❖ a generic and modular platform integrating associated services based on data collection at building level. ❖ adaptable to allow third-party suppliers to develop own modules ❖ an ‘Apps Store’ for users to get apps to operate better buildings
  7. 7. Companies working in the field of energy efficiency Engineers: providers of BMS technology, ICT professionals, maintenance staff Research communities and clusters, Other H2020 projects – e.g. BUILT2SPEC Regional politicians & citizens’ representation bodies Standardisation bodies and certifiers of technology General public and the media. Who can Benefit?
  8. 8. Project Partners
  9. 9. Enerit ISO 50001 software customised for H2G Energy Management Module In HIT2GAP, an effective Energy Management System (EnMS) is central to the overall process. The HIT2GAP platform will offer a devoted tool for Energy Management that will be independent from the building’s type or size, as well as from any specific technology. Alongside energy monitoring and energy data reporting systems, Enerit software deals with opportunities, plans, actions, communication and documents for ISO 50001 in a cloud-based workflow solution.
  10. 10. Plug-in Energy Management Module The Energy Management (EM) functionality will be available as a plug-in module providing for the day-to-day operation of the building EnMS. The EM module will help building owners/managers to: Increase energy savings through better organization and teamwork Take the risk out of the ISO 50001 certification process Save time during certification process & maintain it in the long-term Upgrade from spreadsheets to real workflow, maximizing time and energy efficiency Integrate energy monitoring systems to generate meaningful management reports
  11. 11. The HIT2GAP EM module covers the Technical and Management aspects of ISO 50001 The Energy Planning & Monitoring includes: o Energy Performance management by carrying out an Energy Review to analysis energy data and identify and monitor EnPIs. The energy review is visualized using the integrated Sankey diagrams
  12. 12. Energy Planning & Monitoring (cntd.) Baselines are identified and EnPIs are monitored based on consumption and activity data The HIT2GAP EM module covers the Technical and Management aspects of ISO 50001 (cntd.)
  13. 13. Action Management to help make informed decisions on Improvement Opportunities (IOs) and Action Plans to meet Objectives & Targets (O&T). The HIT2GAP EM module covers the Technical and Management aspects of ISO 50001 (cntd.) Energy Planning & Monitoring (cntd.)
  14. 14. ISO 50001 Management System supports the management of ISO 50001 processes and information (Document Management (Docs), Audits, Meetings (Mgt), Non- conformities (NCs)) to achieve control and continuous improvement of the EnMS and energy performance.
  15. 15. ISO 50001 Management System supports the management of ISO 50001 processes and information; Document Management (Docs), Audits, Meetings (Mgt) and Non- conformities (NCs) to achieve control and continuous improvement of the EnMS and energy performance.
  16. 16. Testing & Validation The HIT2GAP platform will be tested and validated at selected pilot buildings The Energy Management module has already been installed at these 3 pilot buildings
  17. 17. Pilot Projects: 1 Offices & Laboratories, Nanogune, Spain: − PV panels − BMS to control lighting and HVAC
  18. 18. Pilot Projects: 2 Challenger - Office building, France − PV panels & dual solar panels − Ground source heat pump − BMS controls lighting, HVAC, hot & cold water & technical alarms
  19. 19. Pilot Projects: 3 Public Office building, Warsaw City Council, Poland − BMS controlled lighting & HVAC
  20. 20. Pilot Projects: 4 Teaching and research building, Ireland − BMS controlling HVAC − Lighting controls with lux adjustment − Uses district heating network
  21. 21. Testing & Validation ❖ The HIT2GAP Project is ongoing and completion is September 2019. The HIT2GAP project (Highly Innovative building control Tools Tackling the energy performance GAP) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N° 680708. www.hit2gap.eu
  22. 22. Thank You Mike Brogan Mike.Brogan@enerit.com +1 347 230 5887 / +353 91 709818 www.enerit.com Questions?

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