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1 IEA-ECBCS annex 47 Cost-effective Commissioning of low-energy buildings Brussels, 28/01/08 Alexis Versele

2 2 Outline Annex 47 Objectives Subtasks Organisations & Management Status Belgian contribution

3 3 Annex 47 Objectives  Extend methods and tools to advanced systems in low energy buildings  Automate commissioning process to the extent practicable  Develop methodologies and tools to improve operation of buildings in use  Quantify and improve costs and benefits of commissioning, including the persistence of benefits and the role of automated tools in reducing costs and improving persistence  Exchange information on commissioning practices in different countries and disseminate relevant information to practitioners

4 4 Subtasks Subtask C, Commissioning Cost-Benefits and Persistence Subtask B, Commissioning and Optimization of Existing Buildings Subtask A, Initial Commissioning of Advanced and Low Energy Building Systems Tools –Data visualization –Field optimization –Commissioning Fully documented case studies Cost-Benefit Methodology Methodology & tools to enhance persistence International Database –Commissioning Cost-Benefit –Persistence Information Flowchart Information model General Cx-methodology for advanced & low energy buildings –Functional Test Procedures –Control strategies for advanced systems –Case studies

5 5 Organisations Involved Belgium: KaHo Sint-Lieven, University of Ghent, University of Liège, KU Leuven, Passiefhuisplatform Canada: Natural Resources Canada (CETC-Varennes), PWGSC, Various property management co and commissioning providers. Czech Republic: Czech Technical University Finland: VTT, Helsinki University of Technologies France: CSTB, Dalkia Germany: EB Engineers, IGS, ISE Hong Kong/China: Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hungary: University of PECS (Observer) Japan: Kyoto University, Kyushu University, Chubu University, NTT Facilities, Osaka Gas Co., Kansai Electric Power Co., Kyushu Electric Power Co., SANKO Air Conditioning Co, Daikin Air-conditioning and Environmental Laboratory, TEPCO, Hitachi, Sanyo, Tokyo Electric Co, Tokyo Gas Co.,, Takenaka Corp, Chubu Electric Power Co., Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Tonets Corporation, Nikken Sekkei Ltd, Hitachi Plant Engineering & Construction Co, Mori Building Co., Takasago Thermal Engineering Co., Ltd. IBEC Netherlands: TNO, University of Delft Norway: NTNU, SINTEF USA: NIST, TAMU, PECI, CM, Johnson Controls, Siemens, LBNL Australia (to be confirmed)

6 6 Co-Operating Agents: Daniel Choinière, Canada, Natural Resources Canada Natascha Castro, USA, National Institute of Standards and Technology Subtask Leaders: Subtask A 1-Omer Akin, USA, Carnegie Melon University Subtask A 2 Oliver Baumann, Germany, Ebert-Ingenieure Munchen Subtask B- Harunori Yoshida, Japan, Kyoto University Subtask C1- Hannah Friedman, USA, Portland Energy Conserv., Inc. Subtask C2- David Claridge, USA, Texas A&M University Annex 47 Management

7 7 Outline Annex 47 Objectives Management & Organisations Subtasks Deliverables Status Belgian contribution

8 8 Meeting Schedule Workshop 1: Paris, October 2004 Workshop 2: Munich, March 2005 M1: Prague, Czech Republic, October 24-26, 2005 M2: Trondheim, Norway, April, 3-7, 2006 M3: Shenzhen-Hong Kong, China, Nov, 8-10, 2006 M4: Budapest, Hungary, April, 23-25, 2007 M5: Japan, Kyoto, October, (together with APCBC) M6: Los Angeles, California USA (together with NCBC) early May April 22-May 6 M7: Germany, Berlin Fall 2008 M8: Canada Spring 2009

9 9 Status of Deliverables Subtask A, Initial Commissioning of Advanced and Low Energy Building Systems Information Flowchart and information model General Cx-methodology for advanced & low energy buildings –Functional Test Procedures –Control strategies for advanced systems –Case studies Basis for information flowchart has been collected Reviewed collection of FPTs for advanced systems Some development of control strategies (more needed) Development of standard representation for final report Case studies- ongoing

10 10 Status of Deliverables Subtask B, Commissioning and Optimization of Existing Buildings Tools –Data visualization –Field optimization –Commissioning Fully documented case studies 24 tools under development/ demonstration with common goals Refining tool description for final report Investigating standard tool representation

11 11 Status of Deliverables Subtask C, Commissioning Cost-Benefits and Persistence Cost-Benefit Methodology Methodology & tools to enhance persistence International Database –Commissioning Cost-Benefit –Persistence **Need sector-specific commissioning data** Completed 19 international cases

12 12 Outline Annex 47 Objectives Management & Organisations Subtasks Deliverables Status Belgian contribution

13 13 Belgian contribution Subtask A1 Passive House certification, contracting building teams (KAHO, PHP) Case studies (KAHO) Subtask A2 FPT’s building envelope, air-to-air heat recovery (KAHO), heat pumps (ULg, DNI) Subtask B Linking Building Information Modelling – EPBD (UGent) Subtask C: cost-benefit Case studies (KAHO)

14 14 Contracting building teams

15 15 Link BIM to EPBD based on IFC technology Project of Ghent University,departments Architecture & ELIS

16 16 Lifelong Monitoring of low-energy buildings Objective: - Develop Software tool and Toolkit - Follow-up performances “building envelop”, “HVAC” - Input data from existing components measurement techniques - Link to EPB and EAP software We are still looking for SMC’s to join as partners


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