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1 Presentation of the BUILDING UP roadmap and exchanges with the audience BOOSTING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN CONSTRUCTION BUILDING UP workshop Leuven, 04/10/2012 Margherita Cioffi, D’Appolonia S.p.A.

2 Building Up Workshop 2Leuven, 04/10/2012 Outline Aim of the Building Up Roadmap The Building Up network Methodology Building Up Vision & key Priorities Identified barriers Building Up Cross-Platform Research and Innovation Areas –Targets & Specific priorities –Expected Outcomes Roadmap Impact Cost Estimation

3 Building Up Workshop 3Leuven, 04/10/2012 Overall Aim of the Building Up Roadmap The overall objectives of the Building Up Industrial and Research Roadmap are: To outline and detail cross-sectorial research and innovation targets up to 2020 and beyond related to nanotechnology, materials and processes, in order to improve the energy efficiency in built environment; To obtain such goal through a cross-ETP roadmapping activity, involving the Building Up network and large public consultations and debates.

4 Building Up Workshop 4Leuven, 04/10/2012 The Building Up Network European Technology Platforms and other EU initiatives

5 Building Up Workshop 5Leuven, 04/10/2012 The Building Up Network 98 web users into the Building Up Website (43% industries) contributing to the online surveys and consultations

6 Building Up Workshop 6Leuven, 04/10/2012 The roadmapping activitity was coordinated by D’Appolonia, E2BA and CSTB. The main steps of Building Up Road mapping Activity are: Roadmapping Methodology Roadmapping process in Building Up Step 1: Planning Step 2: Roadmap Development Step 3: Plan Preparation Step 4: Follow-up

7 Building Up Workshop 7Leuven, 04/10/2012 Definition of Roadmap Methodology Definition of the structure Identification of the process Creation of Schedule & Planning Definition of the roadmapping process expected timeline Identification of roadmapping meetings/events/m ilestones Information Information & Preparation Material Conference calls WP leaders and Building Up project Managers Collection, clustering and analysis of already available information (WP1) Step 1: Planning Step 2: Roadmap Development Step 3: Plan Preparation Step 4: Follow-up Roadmapping Process –Step 1

8 Building Up Workshop 8Leuven, 04/10/2012 Inventive Workshop n. 1 Identification of building trends, vision and barriers Preliminary identification of cross-ETP research and innovation areas On line Consultation Clustered list of cross-platform collaboration areas Online survey to stakeholders Draft Roadmap structure Consideration of E2BA vision Inventive Workshops n. 2-4 Step 1: Planning Step 2: Roadmap Development Step 3: Plan Preparation Step 4: Follow-up Roadmapping Process – Step 2 Sharing survey results Development of cross-platform areas (targets, priorities and impact) Review by the Advisory Board (February 2012)

9 Building Up Workshop 9Leuven, 04/10/2012 Step 1: Planning Step 2: Roadmap Development Step 3: Plan Preparation Step 4: Follow-up Roadmapping Process – Step 3 BU Draft Roadmap Draft s of Building Up Roadmap: March 2012 July 2012 Final Roadmaap Integration of Feedback Release of the final Roadmap (end of September) Reviews and Public Consultation Roadmap Review by the Advisory Board (September 2012) Public consultation launched online (July-September 2012)

10 Building Up Workshop 10Leuven, 04/10/2012 Step 1: Planning Step 2: Roadmap Development Step 3: Plan Preparation Step 4: Follow-up Roadmapping Process – Step 4 Periodic Review of Roadmap Integration of the Roadmap into E2BA and ETPs networks and documents Periodic Revision by the networks Dissemination & awareness Sharing with the interested community of the BU vision Increase competitiveness Increase competences

11 Building Up Workshop 11Leuven, 04/10/2012 Building Up Vision & key Priorities Building Up long term vision is aligned with the E2BA “2020 Research & Innovation Roadmap” supporting energy savings in buildings and districts and preparing the building sector to be in line with the 2050 decarbonisation goals. Key Priorities:  To support the “Energy Efficiency Directive” (mandatory energy- saving measures etc.).  To support activities of the ‘Materials Roadmap Enabling Low- Carbon Energy Technologies’ (enabling low-carbon energy technologies for the next 10 years).  To consider the human being as a central element.

12 Building Up Workshop 12Leuven, 04/10/2012 Building Up Vision & key Priorities Key Priorities:  To contribute to the creation and development of an Energy Efficiency market.  To contribute to tackle crucial challenges Europe, by supporting to the key priorities “Industrial leadership” and “Societal Challenges” in the upcoming “Horizon 2020”.  To provide support to standardization innovative products/processes including safety aspects. (attention given to SME’s )  To overcome Technological and Non-technological barriers towards more energy-efficient buildings and districts.  To support the promotion of the European knowledge in the built environment.

13 Building Up Workshop 13Leuven, 04/10/2012 Roadmap Structure Roadmap Vision Roadmap Overview and Cross-Platform (CP) Research and Innovation Areas Barriers For each CP: State of the Art Detailed Target & Priorities up to 2020 Considerations beyond 2020 Outcomes Economic, social and Environmental Impact End Users, Markets & Expected Benefits Estimation of CP costs

14 Building Up Workshop 14Leuven, 04/10/2012 Identified Barriers The project team indentified technological and non technological barriers to be addressed by the Roadmap.

15 Building Up Workshop 15Leuven, 04/10/2012 Identified Barriers Major sub-categories related to one or more barrier groups:  costs / economic aspects (technological and non-technological barriers),  innovation / communication (technological barriers),  education / training (technological and non-technological barriers),  technology (technological barriers),  public and municipal steering mechanisms (non-technological barriers),  culture, behaviour, lifestyle and the rebound effect (non- technological barriers).

16 Long Term Vision CP1. Performance Based Approach for building components, including sustainable design, Life Cycle Analysis CP2. Multi-materials and composites CP3. Healthy indoor and comfort environment (including air quality, ventilation, lighting, acoustic performance) CP4. Electricity generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies) CP5. Thermal generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies) CP6. Advanced thermal insulation construction materials for new buildings and existing buildings (e.g. aerogel, nanofoams, vacuum insulation panels) CP7. Building materials recyclability and re-use of components CP8. Renewable resource- based products Cross-Platform Research and Innovation areas 2020

17 Building Up Workshop 17Leuven, 04/10/2012 CPs addressing identified barriers 1.Performance Based Approach for building components, including sustainable design, Life Cycle Analysis 2.Multi-materials and composites 3.Healthy indoor environment (including air quality, ventilation, lighting, acoustic performance 4.Electricity generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies) 5.Thermal generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies 6.Advanced thermal insulation construction materials for new buildings and existing buildings (e.g. aerogel, nanofoams, vacuum insulation panels) 7.Building materials recyclability and re-use of components 8.Renewable resource-based products

18 Building Up Workshop 18Leuven, 04/10/2012 The 8 Cross Platform Areas ETP Contributions up to 2020: Such inputs detail some opinions of ETP stakeholders on single priorities: they made examples of need for technology and material development, demonstration activities etc. CONSIDERATIONS beyond 2020: Some suggestions on long term actions were collected from ETP and briefly described PRIORITIES: the priorities agreed among the ETPs involved in roadmapping on common research and innovation actions needed to reach the agreed targets for TARGETS: the general goals up to 2020 agreed among the ETPs STATE of THE ART: the general current situation is described from a technological and non technological (standards, regulation) point of view OUTCOMES: In terms of expected products & services

19 Building Up Workshop 19Leuven, 04/10/2012 The 8 Cross Platform Areas ETP Contributions up to 2020: Such inputs detail some opinions of ETP stakeholders on single priorities: they made examples of need for technology and material development, demonstration activities etc. CONSIDERATIONS beyond 2020: Some suggestions on long term actions were collected from ETP and briefly described PRIORITIES: the priorities agreed among the ETPs involved in roadmapping on common research and innovation actions needed to reach the agreed targets for TARGETS: the general goals up to 2020 agreed among the ETPs STATE of THE ART: the general current situation is described from a technological and non technological (standards, regulation) point of view OUTCOMES: In terms of expected products & services

20 Building Up Workshop 20Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. All building components meet an ecodesign approach (including LCA) covering the whole chain of the building life (material production, construction, use, recycling) CP1 Performance Based Approach for building components, including sustainable design, Life Cycle Analysis 2. To assure higher energy efficiency and advanced building performance (e.g. acoustic, seismic, etc..) Eco-construction techniques (including methodologies for assessing the energy efficiency, materials and water use etc) Outcomes

21 Building Up Workshop 21Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. To provide multifunctional materials from: Assembling of materials and/or components having different functions to obtain new elements enabling the exploitation of these different functionalities; To produce composite materials enabling to exploit new functionalities CP2 Multi-material composites 2. To increase the use of building waste into recycled composites Multi-function and multi-material components and composites in walls, building envelopes, panels, decorative items, window profiles etc. Outcomes 3. To develop composites consisting of renewable source matrix and fiber materials

22 Building Up Workshop 22Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. Availability of validated planning and measuring tools for Indoor Environmental Quality CP3 Healthy indoor environment (including air quality, ventilation, lighting, acoustic performance) 2. To improve comfort levels in buildings and houses, including historical buildings through highly energy efficient and financially affordable internal components. 3. Active functions are integrated into the building 4. All used materials have near zero harmful emissions (e.g. Reducing the Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content of building materials) Energy Efficient Equipments (including HVAC, lighting, acoustic performance, integrated systems, energy efficient glazing, etc.) Planning, metering and monitoring tools and services Outcomes

23 Building Up Workshop 23Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. System and components need to be optimized (cost and energy) and their performance evaluated correctly. Tools for modeling new energy generating system performances need to be designed and developed CP4 Electricity generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies) 2. Availability of new technologies and systems for electric energy storage and electric generation. Outcomes Building and district integrated solutions for energy control, generation & storage: Storage technologies (flywheels, super-capacitors, batteries) Electric generation materials & components (PVs etc.) Photovoltaic panels Storage Battery Demand response

24 Building Up Workshop 24Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. Advancement for total building integration (e.g. in plaster, windows, tiles, etc.): to increase aesthetics and integration flexibility, efficiency, cost, quality insurance, plug and play development. Market implementation CP5 Thermal generation and storage materials and systems (e.g. storage systems including building integrated energy technologies) 2. Availability of new technologies, systems and processes for energy storage and heating and cooling management Outcomes Building and district heating and cooling integrated solutions with: different sources for thermal generation: Solar Thermal Energy, Biomass, (Solid biomass, Bio fuels / bio gas), Geothermal: Shallow GT (Geothermal heat pumps, Underground thermal storage), Deep GT (>400m) (Direct heat use, Combined heat & power). different technologies for energy storage: Water storage, PCM, Thermo chemical, Underground storage (UTES) 3. Further development of advanced nanotechnology

25 Building Up Workshop 25Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. Availability of insulation materials with highly enhanced properties (λ < 0.03 W/m*K, fire safety, improved durability, low cost, recyclability) especially for retrofitting CP6 Advanced thermal insulation construction materials for new buildings and existing buildings (e.g. aerogel, nanofoams, vacuum insulation panels) 2. Availability of components with very high insulated materials especially for retrofitting Outcomes Cost-effective, large volume manufacturing of wall, roof and floor insulation materials and components made of: Wool (Rockwool, Glasswool) Plastic foams Expanded polystyrene Extruded polystyrene Polyurethane foams Mineral foams with low lambda, low carbon footprint and good fire resistance Fiberglass and foamglass Highly insulating glass Rockwool Fiberglass Polyurethane foams

26 Building Up Workshop 26Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. Reduction of the amount of downcycling, considering cost and energy issues CP7 Building materials recyclability and re-use of components 2. Design implementation of recycling and re-use of materials and techniques in construction Outcomes Re-used and recycled materials and components in: all kind of load bearing structures ( bridges, buildings etc.) construction of roads and road foundations; sports grounds; noise protection walls; earth banks ; landscape construction; as aggregates in the concrete and stone production. 3. Establishment of deconstruction processes and guidelines for existing buildings

27 Building Up Workshop 27Leuven, 04/10/2012 Targets 1. Availability of renewable (bio-based) construction materials and systems as alternatives to fossil and mineral based products for sheathings as well as advanced insulation products with improved performance and cost- effectiveness CP8 Renewable resource-based products 2. Availability of bio-based treatments such as paints, adhesives and modifications for high performance renewable products Outcomes All kind of wood products : walls, roofs, sheathings All kind of clay products: bricks etc.; Steelbioplastics, wood-bioplastics Bio-based flame retardants Insulating products in general. Bio-Paints Bio-Adhesives Bio-based flame retardants Paints

28 Building Up Workshop 28Leuven, 04/10/2012 Expected Impact

29 Building Up Workshop 29Leuven, 04/10/2012 The Construction Market Key Figures of the construction in Europe: 9,9 % of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 3 million enterprises (EU 27), of which 95% are SMEs with fewer than 20 operatives 14,9 million operatives: 7,1 % of Europe`s total employment 29,1 % of industrial employment 44,6 million workers in the EU depend, directly or indirectly, on the construction sector

30 Building Up Workshop 30Leuven, 04/10/2012 The Construction Market Key Figures of the construction in Europe: 42% of total EU final energy consumption and 35% of all greenhouse gas emissions. More than 50% of all materials extracted from earth are transformed into construction materials and products. The world population (>6 billion) is estimated to increase to 9 billion by 2050, with improvement of standard of living (high energy demand)

31 Building Up Workshop 31Leuven, 04/10/2012 List of Markets linked to the Roadmap Energy Efficiency and new built market (including construction industry, eco-construction, green, recycled building materials and renewable source-based building materials) Composite materials and multi-material components market The “Comfort” market:  IEQ tools and services: planning, analytical equipments and human physiological diagnostics;  Conservation of historical materials and works of art;  Acoustic and Thermal comfort, including HVAC;  Lighting (including day lighting). Combined power generation and storage for buildings Insulation construction materials

32 Building Up Workshop 32Leuven, 04/10/2012 Examples of target stakeholders and end- users Civil engineers, architects and designers, including interior designers; Building contractors, dealers, wholesalers and building workforce; Builders and managers; Wood & paper industries, chemical industry, ceramics manufacturers, steel industry and suppliers of raw and advanced materials and components; Integrators of building components and systems; Public Authorities, building inspectors and consultants (e.g. for air quality testing systems); Building owners, tenants; Energy suppliers, buildings cooperatives; Energy managers; Occupants of residential, public, commercial and industrial buildings in urban and rural areas; Society; SMEs and large companies; Civil Society at large.

33 Building Up Workshop 33Leuven, 04/10/2012 MARKET REFERENCE CROSS- PLATFORM AREAS EXPECTED BENEFIT The “Comfort” market: IEQ tools and services: planning, analytical equipments and human physiological diagnostics; Conservation of historical materials and works of art; Acoustic and Thermal comfort, including HVAC; Lighting (including day lighting). CP3 - Healthy indoor environment (including air quality, ventilation, lighting, acoustic performance) CP3 approach and its developed technology and solutions will give feedback of the indoor air quality and its implications to human health, not just by using theoretical estimations which do not give true feedback of their relevance. The integration of different indoor environment components/systems as HVAC and lighting systems will bring to a totally new insight and performance characteristics. With respect to the energy efficient glazing, indoor environment will be improved thus contributing to the nearly “zero energy” 2020 goal in buildings. Public and private organisations and companies in the construction sector, including organisation responsible for the custody, conservation and management of cultural and historical assets and materials will benefit from CP3. Examples of Expected Benefit from CP3

34 Building Up Workshop 34Leuven, 04/10/2012 MARKET REFERENCE CROSS- PLATFORM AREAS EXPECTED BENEFIT Combined power generation and storage for buildings CP4 - Electric generation and storage materials and systems CP5 - Thermal generation and storage materials and systems CP4 and CP5 targets, technologies and products will develop standardized solutions for a more efficient and sustainable electric and thermal power generation, storage systems fully integrated in buildings as well services and solution for easy management, performance monitoring and energy, and distribution systems for both buildings and districts having a particular impact on the local supply. Such solutions will enhance the competitiveness of EU SMEs and large companies active in building equipment and process engineering, in cooperation with construction industries. Additionally, there will be an increase of development and manufacturing cooperation of building industry and energy suppliers. These CPs will highly contribute to the Societal Challenge “Secure, clean and efficient energy” by tremendously decreasing the use of fossil fuels and decreasing GHG emissions footprint. Furthermore, they will bring economic benefit for the users through better management and power generation. Examples of Expected Benefit from CP4

35 Building Up Workshop 35Leuven, 04/10/2012 Cost Estimation An activity was performed during the 4rth Expert Panel Workshop with the aim of estimating the % distribution of needed private and public fundings to develop the actions up to 2020 of the different Cross- Platform Areas. Every ETPs representative assigned a percentage of its budget to each CP considering several criteria: Readiness to market CP Area’s resources demanding Commitment

36 Building Up Workshop 36Leuven, 04/10/2012 Cost Estimation Figure below shows the Distribution of estimated cost in terms of needed private and public funding for each CP area.

37 Building Up Workshop 37Leuven, 04/10/2012 Conclusion The Building Up Roadmap was developed with all the consortium, focusing on a set of cross-platform collaboration and research areas. The roadmap has been discussed and disseminated among ETP networks and other initiatives (E2BA, EMBRI, Eracobuild) and other stakeholders in meetings and trhough online consultation and surveys. The Roadmap is available in

38 Building Up Workshop 38Leuven, 04/10/2012 Thank you! D'Appolonia S.p.A. – Rome Office Largo Carlo Salinari, 18/ Roma – Italia Tel: D'Appolonia S.p.A. – Headquarters Via San Nazaro, Genova - Italia Tel:


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