Adaptive and adaptable envelope RES
solutions for energy harvesting to optimize EU building and district load
Europe is boosting the reduction of the EU building stock energy demand by 80% by 2050 through renovation.
The renovation challenge leads to the need of novel approches to cope with new ways to concieve buildings and their energy provision.
Develops new concepts and technologies to optimize the interaction between buildings and energy systems to maximize the RES harvesting in the built environment.
About the project
Adaptable RES envelope solutions to maximize energy harvesting and optimize EU building and district loads matching
Europe is boosting the reduction of the EU building stock energy demand by 80% by 2050 through renovation and in particular the residential sector holds the biggest potential representing the most of the built floor surface area among all EU building stock typologies .
The renovation challenge leads to the need of novel approches to cope with new ways to concieve buildings and their energy provision. Buildings are more than just stand-alone units using energy from the grid. They are becoming micro energy hubs consuming, producing, storing and supplying energy, thus transforming the EU energy market, shifting from centralised, fossil-fuel based, national systems towards a decentralised, renewable, interconnected and variable system…Read more
New Leaflet EnergyMatchingMarch 23, 2022
The EnergyMatching project concept is based on three pillars
METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK AND BUSINESS VISION
To guide the decision makers and stakeholders toward the selection of the most appropriate solutionsRead more
ROBUST ACTIVE SKIN TECHNOLOGIES
To efficiently capture the local RESRead more
BUILDING AND DISTRICT ENERGY HUB
To effectively use on site the produced energy through load matching strategiesRead more