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ENEF project: objectives, partners, milestones ENEF Conference Tallinn, Estonia 9-11.10.2013

ENEF project: objectives, partners, milestones ENEF Conference Tallinn, Estonia 9-11.10.2013. Central Baltic Cooperation in Energy Efficiency and Feasibility in Urban Planning - ENEF. Cooperation in FOUR countries (Estonia , Finland, Sweden & Latvia) Energy efficiency in RETROFITTING

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ENEF project: objectives, partners, milestones ENEF Conference Tallinn, Estonia 9-11.10.2013

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  1. ENEF project: objectives, partners, milestones ENEF ConferenceTallinn, Estonia 9-11.10.2013

  2. Central Baltic Cooperation in Energy Efficiency and Feasibility in Urban Planning - ENEF • Cooperation in FOUR countries (Estonia, Finland, Sweden & Latvia) • Energy efficiencyin RETROFITTING • Feasibility: POSSIBLE/REASONABLE to implement • Urban planning– not to forget the urban dimension • Housingareas, commercialareas, mixedareas • Individualbuildings in urbancontext • Urban renewal, renovation and upgrading of residential neighbourhoods

  3. ENEF project The ENEF project focuses on two main aspects: • How to renovate old buildings by making them more energy efficient based on selected case studies • What are the criteria, calculations and methods to be taken into account in planning and designing new buildings (based on selected case studies) • The project is divided into work packages (WP1 – WP5). • The work is carried out according to ”milestones” (4-month periods), from 1.2011 to 12.2013

  4. The ENEF project is funded by the Interreg IV A Program. • ENEF aims at identifying and disseminating the best solutions and strategies for an energy efficient and feasible urban planning and building renovation, especially in housing, in the Central Baltic region. • The project partners are four universities in four different countries (EE, FIN, LV, SWE). • The projects has 5 different work packages: • coordination and reporting, • dissemination and creation of networks, • handbook with best-practice examples • simulation and calculation tools • exhibition of student projects on passive cooling solutions (in connection with final conference). Pictures: Pekka Tuomaala, VTT (2012)

  5. ENEF project partners • Aalto University, Finland (Aalto PRO, ENG, YTK) • Tallinn University of Technology (TTU) • Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (KTH) • Riga Technical University, Latvia (RTU) The project offers a platform for professionals in building and urban planning, where they can • exchange experiences and ideas on energy efficient, healthy and sustainable solutions for large-scale building renovation • learn from other countries through good examples • develop better ways of cooperation in the field of building renovation • contribute to implement energy efficient urban planning measures

  6. Buildings as energyproducers • Replicability • Feasibility • Use of building roofs as energy producing platforms • Optimal use of building plot • Sharing resources • Evaluation of environmental impact and life-cycle assessment (LCC, LCA) • Use of renewables (when possible) European Technology PlatformSmartgrid 2006

  7. The project partners are expected to: • Deliver information on successful energy efficiency measures implemented in the partner countries, in line with ENEF’s objectives. • Identify the possibilities of encouraging the building control departments of the partner countries to enforce energy efficient and feasible building refurbishment. • Show the best-practice examples in a comprehensive way • Site plan, average age of buildings in the area, building rights (e-factor) • Information on the energy supply networks in the area (district heating, gas, etc.) • Find what kind of open-source calculation/simulation tools are available in the partner countries, and what kind of expertise they require. • Describe the tools identified and their applications.

  8. WP2 The objective of this work package is to create an active and sustainable co-operation network (between universities, architects, urban planners, building companies and public and private real-estate owners) in the field of energy efficiency and feasibility in building and urban planning. The project focuses on case studies of: • Publicly used buildings (schools, kindergartens, libraries) • Residential apartment buildings / housing estates built in 1960-1980

  9. WP3 – strategicfocus • Improved know-how and knowledge in planning buildings with higher and more balanced energy efficiency (including calculated and economically feasible and realistic use of renewable energies, mainly water and sun) • Raising awareness in the issues of energy efficiency of public buildings (public offices and educational buildings) • Supporting innovation transfer into practice (universities  architects, city planners, owners of the public buildings, etc.) • Identification of relevant key-numbers and figures based on comparative analysis of pilot cases and energy audits – what are the figures and outputs that impact most energy efficiency (including utilisation period of the building)

  10. WP4 • The objective of the WP4 is the promotion and awareness raising of better use and application of existing computer-based simulation systems for higher energy efficiency in buildings. • The strategic focus of the WP4 is to extend the use of different simulation systems for calculating energy efficiency on practical level (urban planners, architects, building companies and real-estate owners). • Through comparative analysis of current situation in 4 regions (simulation systems used, main problems and obstacles, etc.) the project team identifies the best solutions for each region, and a common methodology / way of work on how to promote their wider use among network partners.  

  11. WP5 Organisation of the international exhibition of the models of energy efficient public buildings: • Involving STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS, ARCHITECTS/COMPANIES and CITY PLANNERS from 4 regions through team building, preparation of the models, calculating and using simulations and laboratories • Presenting each project at the international “Exhibition of models of energy efficient public buildings” in the autumn of 2013 in Tallinn Planned results of WP5: • Several teams (of students) participating from each partner country • Conference and exhibition(here we are!)

  12. Ana Rodriguez-Gabrieltel. +358 50 308 7884, ana.rodriguez@aalto.fiwww.aaltopro.fi Ana Rodriguez-Gabriel, ENEF Conference 9.10.2013

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