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  • data driven energy supply/usage
    • coupling sectors
    • allowing negotiated transactions between market participants
    • using predictive control
  • optimising thermodynamics, increasing efficiency by adapting
    • thermodynamic processes
    • temperature levels
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    • introducing modelling at the planning phase using real world data
    • exploiting virtual storage
    • adapting demand


Digital Building Twins

EPC4SES REGSys Project

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System Architecture Candidate

Sat, 12 Dec 2020 16:20:09 +0100 von G. Cebrat(effiziente.st)

Testing with the German Printing application has shown that a document centric approach might be the most suitable one. The topic is structured by an existing DTD for the XML - having EPC data and building data. To derive a RC model and calculate solar gains, more entries and more charcteristics for building elements may be added without compromisting the uses of the XML for official purposes, namely after filtering them out if needed. The XML might be stored in XML-aware databases and access granted to authorized users.

Project embedding

Tue, 15 Dec 2020 20:30:41 +0100 von G. Cebrat (effiziente.st)

Collateral Benefits of the project are shown in the Deming circle. Side effects make EPC more useful for the decarbonisation agenda.


EPC4SES Process

Tue, 15 Dec 2020 22:13:36 +0100 von G. Cebrat(effiziente.st)

The graphic shows the process of using EPC data. Privay is respected by design.

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Project Lead
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Project Partners:
AICO SoftwareCleopa GmbHSalzburg Universtity of Applied ScienceSEnerConWellness Telecom Western Norway Research Institute
Funding Program:
This ERA-NET RegSys project co-financed within the EU H2020 programme and the research, technology and innovation funding programme of the Republic of Austria, Ministry for Climate Action. The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) has been authorised for the programme management on behalf of the Austrian partners.