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Title: EnerBuild RTD Thematic Network:


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EnerBuild in the Newly Associated States
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ENERBUILD RTD Thematic Network (original
contract) Energy in the Built Environment
  • European Commissions Fifth Framework Programme
  • Energy, Environment and Sustainable Growth
  • Start date 1 April 2000
  • Duration 36 months (end date 31 March 2003)

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NAS EnerBuild RTD Extending EnerBuild RTD
Thematic Network to NAS States
  • Contract started in October 2002
  • Contract will end on 31 March 2003

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Countries represented
Bulgaria Czech Republic Hungary Latvia
Lithuania Poland Romania Slovak Republic Slovenia
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NAS ENERBUILD RTD OVERALL OBJECTIVES
  • To raise awareness and promote NAS participation
    in EC programmes on building-related energy
    research
  • To assist NAS States in the process of upgrading
    the competitiveness of their construction sectors
    prior to membership of the European Union

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD OVERALL OBJECTIVES
  • To address non-technical barriers to the take-up
    of research results
  • To examine the characteristics of the expanded EU
    market, in its technological, economic, social
    and educational dimensions as they relate to
    building energy research

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD OVERALL OBJECTIVES
  • To identify potential target market sectors on
    the basis of potential benefits
  • To develop and update a joint (EU/NAS) 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 DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK
  • NAS-EnerBuild extends the existing EU EnerBuild
    RTD Thematic Network to the Newly Associated
    States.
  • A diverse series of measures will
  • Target markets in the accession States and study
    their requirements

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NAS ENERBUILD RTD DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK
  • Identify the most important energy technologies
    for NAS markets
  • Identify and implement coherent technology
    transfer and promotion strategies appropriate to
    NAS market needs
  • Evaluate the results

10
NAS ENERBUILD RTD WORK PACKAGES
  • Work Package 1 Network Management
  • Work Package 2 Exploitation and Dissemination,
    (including three Workshops)
  • Work Package 3 Input to EnerBuild RTD Strategy
    Report
  • Work Package 4 Network Supporting Studies

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WORK PACKAGE 1 Network Management
  • Operation of Network Secretariat at University
    College Dublin serving all NAS members
  • Deliverables final reports and financial
    statements for submission to the European
    Commission

12
WORK PACKAGE 2 Exploitation and Dissemination,
  • Objective to disseminate results of WP 3 (input
    to Strategy Report) and WP 4 (Network supporting
    studies)
  • Deliverables
  • An NAS-EnerBuild Newsletter
  • Journal articles written and distributed
    directly via targeted mailing lists

13
WORK PACKAGE 2 Exploitation and Dissemination,
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WORK PACKAGE 2 continued
  • Further deliverables
  • A database of relevant research institutions and
    companies in NAS States and their principal
    activities now on EnerBuild Web Site.
  • Workshops in Budapest, Prague, Warsaw

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Workshop objectives
  • To contribute to an overall dissemination and
    market characterisation strategy including
  • Targeting markets and studying their
    requirements to understand
  • engines of change, values and priorities of
    the target audiences
  • Identifying potential winning technologies or
    research advances based on successful EU and NAS
    projects
  • Identification of coherent technology transfer
    and promotion strategies aimed at increasing
    awareness and delivering appropriate
    implementation support
  • Evaluation of the results and measuring the
    effectiveness of each action

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Budapest Workshop 24/25 January 2003

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Prague Workshop 27/28 January 2003

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WORK PACKAGE 2 continued
  • Further deliverables
  • An enhanced Web site www.enerbuild.net
  • Postcard and bookmark giving a brief outline of
    EnerBuild / NAS-EnerBuild and the website
    address - for dissemination via mailing lists,
    conferences, workshops, other events, and by
    direct mail.

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WORK PACKAGE 3 RTD Strategy Report, state of
research
  • Deliverables
  • NAS input to the EnerBuild RTD Strategy Report
  • Papers on the state of research and the
    construction sector, needs and strategies with
    particular reference to conditions in NAS States

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WORK PACKAGE 4Network Supporting Studies
  • Deliverables
  • Short studies/investigations on cross-sectoral or
    horizontal aspects of the building energy market
  • Compilation of meteorological data sets for
    several NAS States, in TRY (Test Reference Year)
    format

21
Further EnerBuild RTD / NAS EnerBuild information
  • http//www.enerbuild.net
  • Email info_at_enerbuild.net

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  • Members
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Professor A Zold (NAS Thematic Group
    Coordinator)
  • University of Ljubljana
  • Dr Saso Medved, NAS Markets Advisor
  • Brno University of Technology
  • Dr Jiri Sedlak
  • Centre for Energy Efficiency, Sofia
  • Dr Zdravko Genchev
  • Czech Technical University, Prague
  • Professor Frantisek Drkal
  • Intertermo Concept Ltd, Bucharest
  • Mr Catalin Flueraru

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  • Warsaw University of Technology
  • Dr Stanislaw Pietruszko
  • Institute of Physical Energetics LAS, Riga
  • Dr Peteris Shipkovs
  • Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
  • Mr Jozef Hraska
  • Black Sea Regional Energy Centre and the
    Technical University of Sofia
  • Dr Lulin Radulov
  • Institute of Heating and Sanitary Technology,
    Radom
  • Dr Purgal Pawel
  • Ecofys Polska Sp.Z.o.o. Poznan
  • Dr. Maria Szweykowska-Muradin

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Members
  • Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
  • Professor Florin Pop
  • IPA S.A. Automation Engineering, Bucharest
  • Mr Silvian Fara
  • The National Building Research Institute,
    Bucharest
  • Professor Dan Constantinescu
  • ZRMK, Technological Building and Civil
    Engineering Institute,Ljubljana
  • Dr Marjana Sijanec Zavrl
  • Lithuanian Energy Institute,Kaunas
  • Mr Romualdas Skema
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