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2 Parallel session for topics: EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings EE-06 Demand response in blocks of buildings EE-02 Design of new high performance buildings EASME Project Advisors: Dana DUTIANU Philippe MOSELEY Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency Information Day 12 th December 2014

3 15: :00 Policy Context: Energy Efficiency in Buildings Linn Johnson, DG Energy, European Commission 16: :30Topic presentations Moderator: Gordon Sutherland, EASME unit B1 EE-05: Deep renovation of buildings Philippe Moseley, EASME unit B1 EE-06: Demand response in blocks of buildings Dana Dutianu, EASME unit B1 EE-02: New highly energy performing buildings Philippe Moseley, EASME unit B1 16:30 – 17:00Questions and Answers Agenda

4 Challenge: Create a market for deep renovation Increase the rate of deep/NZEB renovation Process and organisation innovation Indicative budget of a proposal: € million EU support (Although this does not preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts) EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings

5 Scope: Remove market barriers Interventions across issues and actor Trigger structural changes in the market All buildings types – focus on existing and most inefficient EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings

6 Include at least one of the following 3: 1) Product and process innovation for product offerings on the market 2) Regulations, property valuation, decision-making tools for renovation, quality standards, inspection/monitoring 3) Enabling conditions for finance EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings

7 Impact: Trigger the renovation of existing buildings towards high energy performance or raising quality and compliance Target: at least 25 GWh per year savings per million Euro of EU suport Measured by: 1) Investments in sustainable energy 2) Better implementation of policies 3) Influence on relevant actors EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings

8 Lessons learnt from first call 2014: Difficulties focusing the proposal (on deep renovation). Proposals need to be clear, specific, coherent and quantified. Quantified impacts during project period need to start from baselines and descriptions of the state of the art. Impacts need to be based on well-considered indicators. Too much focus on analysis, not enough focus on concrete outcomes and testing. EE-05 Deep renovation of buildings

9 The Energy Efficiency Directive adopted in 2012 contains provisions to encourage market actors to facilitate demand response Specific challenge: Enabling the deployment of demand response in both residential and non-residential buildings (e.g. offices) by using of energy management technologies for both thermal and electric loads at the building level combining the system integration with thermic/electric storage technologies and micro combined heat and power installations (CHP) ensuring consumers' engagement and demand response activations Demand response in blocks of buildings (1/3) EE6-2015

10 Scope: At the level of the block of buildings Focus on real time optimisation of energy demand, storage and supply (including self-production when applicable) using intelligent energy management systems Objective: reducing the difference between peak power demand and minimum night time demand Solutions that do not compromise the comfort of occupants Solutions compatible with smart grids and open international standards and with the distribution network infrastructure Demonstration of cost-effective and interoperable solutions for a block of buildings consisting of at least 3 different buildings in real life operating conditions TRL 6-7 IA 70 % Demand response in blocks of buildings (2/3) EE Indicative budget: € million EU contribution

11 Expected impact: Proposals should demonstrate that demand response can be implemented  at the level of blocks of buildings with the help of intelligent energy management systems and  without unreasonable effort and complexity while triggering substantial energy and cost savings explain the added value of installing demand response facilities for building blocks instead of individual buildings demonstrate willingness of consumers to participate in demand response solutions Impacts should be measured  in energy and cost savings  willingness and capability of consumers to participate in demand response solutions Demand response in blocks of buildings (3/3) EE6-2015

12 EE Building design for new highly energy performing buildings All buildings must achieve "nearly zero energy" performance levels by end of 2020 (end of 2018 for public buildings) Encourage "plus energy buildings" to reduce overall energy use and increase share of renewables Costs of highly energy performing buildings are a barrier to investment Industry needs to deliver affordable solutions to meet these targets Specific Challenge: Indicative budget: € million EU contribution

13 EE Building design for new highly energy performing buildings TRL 5-7 IA 70 % Demonstrate reduced costs with nZEB performance, whilst accelerating market uptake Passive or active solutions Automated or cost-effective maintenance of installations Assess and minimize gap between predicted and actual energy performance Address the challenge to move to a large scale e.g. net- zero energy neighbourhoods Focus on on-site and nearby RES designs and energy efficiency methods that go beyond nZEB standards Scope:

14 EE Building design for new highly energy performing buildings TRL 5-7 IA 70 % Increased share of nZEBs, aiming for 100% by end of Cost reductions at least 15% compared with current situation Additional benefits in terms of energy reduction Demonstration for net-zero energy districts that use onsite or nearby RES Expected Impact:

15 Call Deadlines EE th February 2015 EE th June 2015 EE th June 2015 Horizon 2020 documents: documents Call texts and Frequently Asked Questions: For more information the EASME team:

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