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Title: EnerBuild RTD Thematic Network: Energy in the Built Environment


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NAS ENERBUILD RTD
  • Objectives
  • Organisation of the Thematic Network
  • Members from NAS
  • Outcomes

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Context
  • There are major differences in standards and
    technologies in the Newly Associated States
    (NAS).
  • In each country the requirements legislation,
    building design, construction practice, culture
    and climate are different

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Context
  • There are major differences in
  • building industry characteristics
  • energy market requirements

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Objectives
  • NAS-EnerBuild will extend the existing EnerBuild
    RTD Thematic Network to the Newly Associated
    States.
  • A diverse series of measures will
  • Target markets in Central and Eastern Europe and
    study their requirements

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Objectives
  • To raise awareness and promote NAS participation
    in the EC programmes on building-related energy
    research
  • To assist the NAS in the process of upgrading
    their construction industry, to a comparable
    level of competitiveness to other EU Member
    States, prior to entry into the European Union

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Objectives
  • To address non-technical barriers to the take-up
    of research results
  • To examine the characteristics of the expanded EU
    market, technological, economic, social and
    educational dimensions, as it relates to building
    energy research

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Objectives
  • To identify potential target market sectors on
    the basis of potential benefits
  • To develop and regularly update a joint RTD
    strategy aimed at achieving the Network
    objectives and to identify the need for new RTD
    activities and studies

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - Objectives
  • Identify the most appropriate technologies for
    NAS markets
  • Identify and implement coherent technology
    transfer and promotion strategies appropriate to
    NAS market needs

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD - The organisation
Network Co-ordinator
Network Advisors . . NAS Market Advisor
Thematic Groups
NAS Group Co-ordinator
Industry and Professions Represen-tatives
NAS Members
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Countries represented
Bulgaria Czech Republic Hungary Latvia
Lithuania Poland Romania Slovak Republic Slovenia
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  • Members
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Professor A Zold (NAS Thematic Group
    Coordinator)
  • The Department of Building Energetics is involved
    in research of heat and mass transfer in building
    materials, long-term monitoring of heating
    control systems and artifical light strategies,
    etc. The Department has extensive testing
    facitilies, for
    example a 6 m large hemisferical
    artifical sky.

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Members Brno University of Technology Dr Jiri
Sedlak
The University has facilities for experimental
measurement and analysis of hygro-thermal and
energy properties of building materials and
components. Research focuses on investigation of
the building envelope, structure and internal
climate conditions in low-energy solar and
passive solar buildings.
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  • Members
  • Centre for Energy Efficiency, Sofia
  • Dr Zdravko Genchev
  • EnEffect undertakes energy conservation
    demonstration project and promotes the
    introduction of efficient technologies. The
    demonstration projects cover a wide
  • range of buildings, including hospitals,
  • schools, industrial and residental
  • buildings.

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  • Members
  • Czech Technical University, Prague
  • Professor Frantisek Drkal
  • The Department of Environmental Engineering is
    involved in
  • computer modeling and simulation of HVAC systems
    and co-ordinates an INCO-Copernicus task
    Validation of CFD developments using an
    experimental room. They had developed the TRY
    climate
    database for
    Prague.

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Members Intertermo Concept Ltd, Bucharest Mr
Catalin Flueraru
  • Intertermo led a pilot energy conservation
    project in a 1926 municipal building in
    Bucharest. Following the application of energy
    conservation measures (improving of the heating
    systems, energy management and reducing
    ventilation, etc) the performance improvements
    were analysed.

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Members Warsaw University of Technology Dr
Stanislaw Pietruszko The Photovoltaics centre
promotes the widespread use of PV in Poland. The
Centre serves as a focal point which conducts and
stimulates research and demonstration activities.
It organises education for students, workshops,
conferences,
etc.
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Members Institute of Physical Energetics LAS,
Riga Dr Peteris Shipkovs
  • The Institute, which has developed the FRES
    model, undertakes research in renewable energy,
    combined energy supply systems, energy efficiency
    and energy conservation. It was also involved in
    the THERMIE training course Solar Water
    Heating.

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Members Slovak University of Technology in
Bratislava Mr Jozef Hraska
  • The Department of Building Science carries out
    broadly-based research and develops and uses
    computer-based simulation tools, including ESP-r,
    Radiance, Fluent, etc. The work focuses on
    advanced low-energy technologies, materials and
    constructions (such as double facades) with
    respect to thermal, visual and acoustic comfort
    in buildings.

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Members Black Sea Regional Energy Centre
and Technical University of Sofia Dr Lulin
Radulov and Dr. N. Kalojanov BSREC promotes the
development and implementation of market-oriented
energy policy. It has collaborated with the
Technical University of Sofia on many
successful projects,
including energy
audits, heating and ventilation
design,
economic evaluation of energy
options, energy
performance
monitoring.
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Members Institute of Heating and Sanitary
Technology, Radom Dr Purgal Pawel
  • The Institute conducts research, develops
    standards and applications in the field of energy
    efficient and environmentally friendly systems,
    such as heating boilers, heat conservation in
    buildings, central heating installations. The
    Institute is involved in several economic
    transformation and job creation
    initiatives in Poland.

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Members Ecofys Polska Sp.Z.o.o. Poznan Dr.
Maria Szweykowska-Muradin
  • Ecofys Polska offers services in the field of
    energy policy studies, development and
    implementation of energy projects for
    communities, housing corporations and energy
    companies and is involved in dissimination to
    regional and national governmental agencies.

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Members
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca Professor
Florin Pop
  • The Lighting Engineering Centre aims to create a
    regional centre of excellence in lighting in the
    North-Western region of Romania. It conducts
    monthly seminars and workshops, post graduate
    courses, national and international conferences
    and research studies on energy-efficient lighting
    systems.

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Members
  • IPA S.A. Automation Engineering, Bucharest
  • Mr Silvian Fara
  • IPA co-ordinates an INCO-Copernicus project on
    stand-alone PV-powered systems. Two
    representative systems were built in Romania
    which incorporate data
  • acquisition units for continuous
  • control of system operation.

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Members
The National Building Research Institute,
Bucharest Professor Dan Constantinescu
  • The Department of Building Services and Efficient
    Use of Energy in Buildings conducts research into
    dynamic heat transfer in buildings based on
    building thermal response characteristics and on
    random climatic conditions.

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Members
  • ZRMK, Technological Building and Civil
    Engineering Institute,Ljubljana
  • Dr Marjana Sijanec Zavrl
  • The Institute has led succesful pilot project
    promoting increased implementation of
    energy-efficient glazing
  • together with a non-obligatory labelling
  • scheme. Many awareness raising activities
  • in the field of energy use in buildings
  • have been conducted during the past five years.

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Members
Lithuanian Energy Institute,Kaunas Mr Romualdas
Skema
  • The Institute undertakes research and consultancy
    in energy efficiency in buildings. The main
    activities are assesment of market potential,
    energy audits in buildings, assistance of local
    organisations in the promotion of new energy
    technologies, and arranging training courses.

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  • Members
  • University of Ljubljana
  • Dr Saso Medved, NAS Markets Advisor
  • The Department of Environmental Studies and Heat
    and Mass Transfer in Buildings is involved in
    under- and post-graduate education of students of
    architecture and mechanical engineering, research
    and development of energy efficient building
    envelope elements, heat storages, and active
    solar
  • systems. Publishing activities forms an
  • important element of its work.

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD the outcomes
  • An introductory NAS-EnerBuild Newsletter will be
    published and distributed to target mailing
    list
  • Series of magazine and journal articles will be
    published in NAS countries

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD the outcomes
  • A database of relevant research institutions and
    companies in NAS interested in exchange on
    knowledge will be established
  • Workshops in Budapest, Prague and Warsaw or Riga
  • to identify technical and non-technical
    barriers and . market potencials

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD the outcomes
  • Enhanced WEB site
  • Postcard/bookmark containing details of the
    EnerBuild/NAS-EnerBuild website address will be
    disseminated in EU and NAS counties

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