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1.

ACCADEMIA EUROPEA DI BOLZANO

Robust and Reliable technology concepts and business models for triggering deep Renovation of Residential buildings in EU

  • 5 Million
  • Italy
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Robust and Reliable technology concepts and business models for triggering deep Renovation of Residential buildings in EU
Company Name ACCADEMIA EUROPEA DI BOLZANO
Funded By 38
Country Italy , Western Europe
Project Value 5 Million
Project Detail

4RinEU will define robust, cost-effective, tailorable deep renovation technology packages supported by usable methodologies, feeding into reliable business models. The project will minimize failures in design and implementation, manage different stages of the deep renovation process, from the preliminary audit up to the end-of-life, and provide information on energy, comfort, users’ impact, and investment performance. The 4RinEU deep renovation strategy is based on 3 pillars: (i) technology (driven by robustness) to decrease net primary energy use (60 to 70% compared to pre-renovation), allowing a reduction of life cycle costs over 30 years (15% compared to a typical renovation) (ii) methodology (driven by usability) to support the design and implementation of the technologies improving the information flow and knowledge sharing among stakeholders to sustain participative design, ensuring to halve the current renovation time (iii) business models (driven by reliability) to enhance the level of confidence of deep renovation investors, increasing the EU building stock transformation rate up to 3% by 2020. The 10 main results of 4RinEU will address the following objectives: Technology: to reduce demand (Prefab Multifunctional Façade, Comfort Ceiling Fan), to improve energy efficiency (Plug&Play Energy Hub, Objective-based RES Implementation), to improve building operations (Sensible Building Data Handler), and to reduce construction waste (Strategies for Components End-Of-Life). Methodology: to accurately understand renovation issues and potentials (Cost-Optimal Energy Audit), to ensure an effective and participated design (Investor and Building User-Oriented Design Tool and Method based on BIM), to reduce construction time and failures (Deep Renovation Implementation Management). Business model: to identify the level of risk of renovation process and to enable well-founded investments supported by tailor-made financial tools (Cost-effectiveness Rating System).

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Company Name ACCADEMIA EUROPEA DI BOLZANO
Address Viale Druso 1 39100 Bolzano
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/205647/factsheet/en

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UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA

Improving Cold Chain Energy Efficiency

  • 2 Million
  • Italy
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Improving Cold Chain Energy Efficiency
Company Name UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA
Funded By 38
Country Italy , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

The ICCEE (Improving Cold Chain Energy Efficiency) project will facilitate Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the cold chains of the food and beverage sector to undertake energy efficiency measures (EEMs) after carrying out supply chain energy audits. The focus on the cold chains of the sector is due to the significant energy requirements (refrigerated transport, processing and storage) with large potentials for savings. The implementation of the holistic approach, shifting from the single company perspective to the chain assessment, lead to increased opportunities for EEMs. To enable the update of EEMs, ICCEE will a) implement and apply an analytical energy efficiency tool to support and facilitate decision-making at different company organisational levels and b) launch a capacity building program towards staff and relevant stakeholders and a community dedicated to support a change in energy culture of the sector. The feasibility of EEMs will be evaluated by considering economic, environmental and social impacts encompassing their entire life cycle and the entire supply chain. Non-energy benefits and behavioural aspects will also be addressed and recommendations on financing schemes for SMEs will be assessed. The first part of the trainings will reach 300 companies through 20 national workshops thanks to the collaboration of associations in the consortium. 32 companies will be trained for the use of the tool in 4 EU workshops. At a final step, ICCEE will launch e-learning courses, which will be available also beyond the project’s lifetime reaching at least additional 64 companies. ICCEE will introduce primary energy savings (118 GWh/year), increase invested capital in sustainable energy (64 million €), and reduce GHG emissions (40,376 tonCO2/year). Capacity building activities allow to increase stakeholders’ knowledge and enhance their energy culture (2000 people). Outcomes from ICCEE will also support policymakers in defining tailored policies for the sector.

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Company Name UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA
Address Piazza Mercato 15 25121 Brescia
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223401/factsheet/en

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General Drirechrate for Constructon Affairs (GDCA)

Turkey Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings

  • 200 Million
  • Turkey
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Turkey Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings
Company Name General Drirechrate for Constructon Affairs (GDCA)
Funded By 106
Country Turkey , Western Asia
Project Value 200 Million
Project Detail

Project Development Objective PDO Statement 14. The project development objectives are to reduce energy use in central government buildings and inform the development of sustainable financing mechanisms to support a scaled-up, national program for energy efficiency in public buildings. PDO Level Indicators 15. Progress towards the PDO would be monitored according to the following indicators: (a) projected lifetime energy savings6 from energy efficiency (EE) investments in central government buildings (MJ); and (b) design and submission for approval of sustainable financing mechanisms to support a national program for EE in public buildings. B. Project Components 16. The Project would include two components: (i) EE investments in central government buildings; and (ii) technical assistance (TA) and project implementation support. 17. Component 1. Energy efficiency investments in central government buildings (US$150 million IBRD, US$46.2 million concessional CTF loan). Under this component, MoEU will support the renovation of central government and central-government affiliated buildings (i.e., public buildings under central line ministries, such as schools and hospitals). It is expected that such subprojects will generate demonstrable energy cost savings and social co-benefits, which would form the basis for developing a national-level program for EE in public buildings. While there is no database of eligible buildings, a previous MENR study, supported under the IBRD/GEF SME Energy Efficiency Project estimated that there are about 175,280 public buildings in Turkey, of which at least 5% are likely to be central government or affiliated buildings, which would require about US$1.8 billion of investment. It is estimated the Project could renovate 500- 700 buildings, depending on the building sizes and measures undertaken. The PIU has identified an initial subproject pipeline consisting of 50 buildings for Year 1 and over 100 buildings for Year 2. a. Component 1(a): Conventional EE investments in central government buildings [US$155.2 million, including US$130 million IBRD, US$25.2 million CTF concessional loan]. Under this subcomponent, MoEU will renovate eligible buildings, based on periodic calls for proposals, to improve EE performance. Agreed building eligibility criteria include: (i) ownership by (or assigned to) the central government (excluding publicly-owned enterprises, private buildings with public agency tenants)7 ; (ii) must be structurally and seismically safe8 , with no high flood risk, not had a full EE renovation in the past 10 years and be at least 5 years old; and (iii) no plans for office moves, closure, building demolition or privatization. If Project applications exceed available annual investment thresholds, applicants will be ranked based on the existence of energy audits, energy performance certificates or a registration ID in MENR’s portal for monitoring energy consumption, higher annual energy consumption (kWh/m2 ), larger number of beneficiaries, and broad geographic coverage. Eligible investments9 have been agreed and are further elaborated in the Project Operations Manual (POM). The Project would seek to ensure minimum technical performance of the renovated buildings (i.e., Turkish Class C energy performance certificates or higher) and should include a minimum savings of 20%, an investment cost of at least US$50,000, but not more than US$1,000,000, and a maximum simple payback period of under 12 years for the combination of measures.

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Company Name General Drirechrate for Constructon Affairs (GDCA)
Web Site https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P162762

4.

SYMPRAXIS TEAM P.C.

Individual Building (Renovation) Roadmaps

  • 2 Million
  • Greece
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Individual Building (Renovation) Roadmaps
Company Name SYMPRAXIS TEAM P.C.
Funded By 38
Country Greece , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

iBROAD intends to explore, design, develop and demonstrate the concept of individual building renovation roadmaps (iBROAD), as a tool outlining deep step-by-step renovation plans with customised recommendations for individual buildings (iBROAD-Plan), combined with a repository of building-related information (logbook, iBROAD- Log). The iBROAD approach is an evolution of EPC and energy audit systems, aiming to become a real driver for renovation. The project will analyse and build upon relevant examples in Germany, France and Flanders, to identify the elements, develop an integrated concept, and produce modular tools, suitable for differing national conditions. The iBROAD innovative concept and tools will be tested in Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal and Germany.Field testing will follow auditor training, and will provide auditor and user experience feedback as input to the feasibility and replicability analyses of the model to other building typologies and EU MS. Stakeholder engagement will be sought from the start at national (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal and Sweden) and EU levels, for maximum impact. Throughout the project, communication activities will ensure the concept’s broad dissemination and awareness. iBROAD targets residential buildings, with a focus on single-family and small multifamily houses. iBROAD’s implementation, beyond the project duration, will strongly support building owners in step-by-step deep renovation, while avoiding lock-in effects. iBROAD-Plan and iBROAD-Log are expected to empower energy auditors and end-users with knowledge and experience of deep renovation in individual buildings, and to provide public authorities with real-life studies and analysis supporting deep renovation, both for individual buildings and as a long-term national strategy, increasing the renovation rate and depth across the EU.

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Company Name SYMPRAXIS TEAM P.C.
Address Sina 10 106 72 Athina
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/210338/factsheet/en

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ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS - EIDIKOS LOGARIASMOS KONDILION EREVNAS

A holistic framework for Empowering SMEs capacity to increase their energy efficiency

  • 2 Million
  • United Kingdom
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A holistic framework for Empowering SMEs capacity to increase their energy efficiency
Company Name ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS - EIDIKOS LOGARIASMOS KONDILION EREVNAS
Funded By 38
Country United Kingdom , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the project is to “Empower” SMEs to undergo energy audits and implement their proposals. A holistic methodology has been chosen to address different barriers based on three dimensions, i.e. Individual, Organizational and Institutional. The first concerns the design and delivery of an integrated Education & Training (E&T) programme targeting energy related SME staff, of 5 ECTS/EQF 6. At least 720 experts will be trained. The E&T programme will focus on financial and technical data required to prove that specific measures are cost-effective, while the trainees will apply their acquired knowledge to at least 160 pilot installations as practical action. This is connected with the second dimension targeting SME decision makers. In-house short trainings for decision makers of grouped SMEs according to their specificities will be delivered, during the practical action in pilots, by both partners and trainees. Such short trainings will be delivered to operational personnel as well, a total of at least 800 SME persons. Finally, the third dimension relates to targeted workshops where both SME decision makers and stakeholders from entities able to finance energy projects will come together and interact based on the real data provided from pilots, aiming to bridge the gap between energy audits and actual financing of measures. In addition, 4 long lasting training tools will be developed, a) an advanced training handbook in 7 languages, b) A web platform for energy analytics, c) a tool for Monitoring & Targeting, and d) a tool for Measurement & Verification. The above activities will bring significant and validated energy savings in SMEs, and establish suitable energy culture. We estimate that SMEmPower’s actions will result in 24.87 GWh/year primary energy savings and trigger at least 4 mil € of investments. SMEmPower will involve several market actors and multiplier organizations, either as members of Advisory Group, or as participants in various activities.

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Company Name ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS - EIDIKOS LOGARIASMOS KONDILION EREVNAS
Address Tritis Septemvriou, University Campus 54636 Thessaloniki
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/222997/factsheet/en

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Association - Allplan / Energon

SA-IRN-ALLPLAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY PARTNERSHIP IN IRAN

  • 346,654
  • Iran
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SA-IRN-ALLPLAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY PARTNERSHIP IN IRAN
Company Name Association - Allplan / Energon
Funded By 119
Country Iran , Western Asia
Project Value 346,654
Project Detail

The aim of the project is to contribute to the emergence of a market for services to increase energy efficiency in Iran. expected results With its financial support, ADA enables the development of local partners into energy efficiency consultants according to international standards. RCE will be able to - in industries such as steel, oil, cement and brick - independently carry out energy audits or CO2 and H2O footprint assessments and thus contribute to: Reduce energy and water consumption as well as CO2 emissions and increase energy efficiency and employee capacity to implement energy efficiency measures. target group Over the next three years, the initiative will benefit more than 60 Iranian companies and institutions, as well as over 1,000 people. After completing the assessments / audits, 2 to 3 new energy efficiency jobs will be created per industrial site. activities Specifically, it is about - the building of knowledge with the help of on-the-job training programs for the employees of the local partners RCE and ISGM, - Information / lectures for universities, industry representatives and banks and - Assessments / Audits to prepare ISO 50001 certifications.

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Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Energy Efficiency Action Plan

  • 159,059
  • United States
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Energy Efficiency Action Plan
Company Name Pascua Yaqui Tribe
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 159,059
Project Detail

The creation of a Pascua Yaqui Tribe Energy Efficiency Action Plan will: 1) establish the Tribe’s baseline energy usage for calendar year 2015; 2) audit selected Tribal buildings with significant energy usage plus a representative cross section of Tribal housing units; and 3) identify and prioritize EEMs for implementation. The goal is to gain a complete understanding of the range of EEM alternatives for both tribal buildings and tribal housing units that can be implemented by the Tribe to reduce energy demand. In addition, the goal is also to provide valuable information to the Tribe regarding the energy impact of various types of construction under consideration in future construction on the Reservation. Activities that the Tribe will take to realize the goals of this project include hiring a qualified energy auditor; collecting baseline data and conducting energy audits of selected tribal buildings; and developing the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Energy Action Plan where EEMs can be compared with other investment opportunities. The final Plan will provide sufficient information to allow the Tribe to make informed decisions on improving the energy efficiency of existing tribal buildings and housing units, including a detailed analysis of all audited buildings’ current conditions and energy use. The Plan will also recommend appropriate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification standards for future tribal buildings, enabling the Tribe to more proactively meet the Tribe’s energy savings goals moving forward. Should the Tribe determine that a TUA will be formed as a result of a planned feasibility study, the Pascua Yaqui Energy Efficiency Action Plan will be an informative guide for determining optimal load size for the TUA if the efficiency improvements recommended by the Plan are implemented. If a TUA is not formed, the Energy Efficiency Action Plan will serve as a standalone document that will assist the Tribe in reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions and in lowering energy costs, both now and into the future.

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Native Village of Atmautluak

Atmautluak Energy Efficiency Project

  • 145,175
  • United States
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Atmautluak Energy Efficiency Project
Company Name Native Village of Atmautluak
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 145,175
Project Detail

The goal is for Native Village of Atmautluak to reduce and stabilize energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals. The tribal buildings in this project include the Community Hall, Gaming Department, Public Safety Building, and Traditional Council Shop. The objectives and tasks toward achieving energy efficiency goals are: Initiate building monitoring and onsite assessment Develop a data plan Establish initial meeting between Native Village of Atmautluak Traditional Council and the project manager and energy auditor Select a baseline year Collect baseline energy data Survey energy use and identify significant energy users Develop an Energy Action Plan, Maintenance Plan, and training opportunities Attend final meeting between Native Village of Atmautluak Traditional Council and the project manager and energy auditor to discuss results and next steps. The outcome of this project is the Native Village of Atmautluak Energy Action Plan, which prioritizes actions to be taken and establishes a timeline for implementation. The completed energy audit process, done in conjunction with the Tribe, will empower the Native Village of Atmautluak with energy-efficient, safe, and comfortable buildings. The buildings can showcase to the community what the energy efficiency retrofit process looks like, and inspire other community members to take similar, smaller steps to retrofit their own homes and businesses.

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Company Name Native Village of Atmautluak
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/native-village-atmautluak-2017-project

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Forest County Potawatomi Community

Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options

  • 162,741
  • United States
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Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options
Company Name Forest County Potawatomi Community
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 162,741
Project Detail

The Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options project is a two-pronged approach to home energy analysis on homes located on FCPC tribal lands: 1) establish baseline energy usage and 2) identify energy efficiency options. The Project Team will first conduct community outreach to educate tribal homeowners about the overall goal of the project and the components within it. Following outreach efforts, the Energy Specialist will work with energy service providers to obtain and analyze baseline energy-usage data for all homes on the FCPC reservation The next step in the project entails conducting comprehensive home energy audits on about one-third of all FCPC reservation homes. Once home energy audits are complete, the Energy Specialist and Project Coordinator will create a master Tribal Home Energy Action Plan, taking into consideration the efficiency options identified during the auditing process. Individual action plans will be created for each tribal home that is audited, and this information will be reviewed with each homeowner so that efficiency measures can be explored and potentially implemented. With a home efficiency cost-sharing program developed independently from this project, the Tribe will further assist homeowners in making the recommended improvements by incurring some of the associated expenses. The Tribe is seeking a 15% decrease in energy consumption for each audited home once implementation of these efficiency options are applied. The Project Team is also prepared to work diligently with concerned tribal members, as well as with energy service providers, to ensure that any data collected during the scope of the project are only used for project-specific purposes.

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Company Name Forest County Potawatomi Community
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/forest-county-potawatomi-2017-project

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Akiachak Native Community

Akiachak Energy Efficiency Project

  • 146,020
  • United States
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Akiachak Energy Efficiency Project
Company Name Akiachak Native Community
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 146,020
Project Detail

The goal for Akiachak Native Community is to reduce energy usage in existing tribal facilities by reducing and stabilizing energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals. It is important to Akiachak that any energy efficiency improvements are a good fit with the community. This project will produce an Energy Action Plan that will develop and implement solutions to minimize energy use and maximize energy savings, which will fit well with the long-term goals of Akiachak Native Community. This project will establish baseline energy use in tribal community buildings for setting energy efficiency improvement goals as well as providing a comparison point for evaluating future efforts. It will measure energy use and energy intensity at a determined level of detail and will establish a benchmark for future comparison. The project objectives are: Initiate building monitoring and onsite assessment Develop a data plan Establish an initial meeting between Akiachak Native Community IRA Council and the project manager and energy auditor Select a baseline year Collect baseline energy data Survey energy use and identify significant energy users Develop an energy action plan, maintenance plan, and training opportunities Attend a final meeting between Akiachak Native Community IRA Council and the project manager and energy auditor. The steps to achieve these objectives will include selecting tribal buildings for this project; establishing a baseline year; gathering baseline energy data; surveying energy use and identifying significant energy users; and developing an energy, action plan, and training opportunities. Leading by example through sustainable practices and behaviors is an important outcome that sends a message to the entire community that this is important and worth the effort. The primary outcome is the Akiachak Native Community Energy Action Plan, which prioritizes actions to be taken and establishes a timeline for implementation. The completed energy audit process, done in conjunction with the Tribe, will empower the Akiachak Native Community with energy efficient, safe, and comfortable buildings. The buildings can showcase to the Village how an energy efficiency retrofit works and inspire others to make changes to their homes.

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Company Name Akiachak Native Community
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/akiachak-native-community-2017-project

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