Buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of EU energy consumption and 36% of the CO2 emissions. Even though the Energy performance of buildings directive led to significant improvements and since then new buildings consume only half of the energy compared to those erected in the '80s, there still is a lot to be desired.
Project BOOSTEE-CE (CE906) aims to enhance energy efficiency in public buildings in Central Europe by offering best practices, databases of contractors and appliances, financial expertise and a 3D Energy Management System - all in our OnePlace platform. The partnership implemented 8 Pilot Actions in 7 countries with a total funding of 110,600 € to test the 3D EMS and to further improve the energy efficiency in the pilot buildings.
The training material was developed to give an overview about the tools and actions in EE, introduce the OnePlace platform and how to use it, and lastly to give a practical introduction into EU funding sources and financial models for applying EE in public buildings.
THEMATIC WORK PACKAGE 1
Thematic Work Package 1 has produced the first 3D building models starting from the available geospatial data collected in the pilot areas. The 3D geometries will be used in the project tool (OnePlace) to access and visualize energy-related information (consumptions, heat looses, PV potential, etc.)
THEMATIC WORK PACKAGE 3
THEMATIC WORK PACKAGE 4