Partners involved in WP2 have held an internal workshop
Apr 15, 2021
The key point of the workshop that took place on 15th April 12:00-13:30 and was led by KTU was to present an overview of the WP2 "Development of the Operational Framework for dEPC Schemes". We discussed the KPIs, tasks progress, working plans and the interactions between the tasks.
This WP2 which started in M6 and will last throughout the life of the project, has the following objectives:
- To analyze and define a set of indicators to be included in the next generation EPCs, including SRI, LCA and economic indicators and taking into account user driven models (thermal/vision comfort, occupancy).
- To deliver the system's information model to optimally support information flow among the various components.
- To deliver the necessary requirements and steps for ensuring a common way for auditing and implementation.
Each of the task leaders of this work package have highlighted the most important aspects of the tasks and the progress made so far.
T2.1: Smart Readiness indicators Analysis for EPCs, led by CLEO, the objective is to establish the framework and scope of SRIs integration in the dynamic EPC scheme.
T2.2: Human-comfort and wellbeing Indicators Elicitation, led by HYP, the objective is to adapt, configure algorithms and models for the definition and extraction of several profiles that impact the overall dynamic building performance mainly from the user's comfort and wellbeing point of view.
T2.3: Energy performance & LCA Indicators Analysis for EPCs, led by FRC, the objective is to propose additional indicators, which demonstrate the environmental performance of buildings, for their introduction in the next-generation EPCs. The idea is to assess the existing indicators and try to justify them to be incorporated in D2EPC.
T2.4: Analysis of cost and economic indicators for EPCs, led by DEMO, the objective is to propose additional indicators, which will enable the financial assessment of buildings energy upgrade measures. This task has not started yet, it will start on the M10, and the steps to be realized include the documentation of the economic indicators which may be employed in EPCs.
To conclude KTU leader of T2.5: D^2EPC Information Model has presented the information flow that will lead to the extension of the current standards/protocols used for certificate issuance including all the new features proposed by the D^2EPC framework, and the additional indicators delivered under T2.1-T2.4.