EnergyMatching developments will be presented at three upcoming major events apart from the already announced EU PVSEC 2019. At the beginning of September, the Project Coordinator EURAC and the partner Dalarna University will represent the project at Building Simulation 2019 (September 2nd-4th); Rome, Italy) and at IAQVEC Bari 2019 (September 5th – 7th; Bari, Italy). The presentation at Building Simulation 2019 will address the impact of thermal mass level on both energy and flexibility performance of building clusters during the heating period, considering as forcing factor the production from a PV plant. On the other hand, the oral presentation at IAQVEC Bari 2019 will be focused on the impact of the electrical vehicle (EV) penetration on the cost-optimal building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) at a small residential district in Sweden.
In addition, the project has been selected for a visual presentation at the 14th Conference on Advanced Building Skins (October 28th-29th 2019; Bern, Switzerland). The abstract, entitled “An optimization tool for BIPV connected to a database of products: impact of multiple PV technologies on the techno-economic optimization”, was submitted by EURAC.