Urban sustainability

Innovative simulation tools

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Modelling Optimization of Energy Efficiency in Buildings for Urban Sustainability

MOEEBIUS introduces a Holistic Energy Performance Optimization Framework that enhances current modelling approaches and delivers innovative simulation tools which deeply grasp and describe real-life building operation complexities in accurate simulation predictions that significantly reduce the “performance gap” and enhance multi-fold, continuous optimization of building energy performance as a means to further mitigate and reduce the identified “performance gap” in real-time or through retrofitting.

 

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In order to coordinate MOEEBIUS project activities the Consortium meets up every 6 months on the project General Assemblies. 

The Kick off meeting announcing the start of the project was held in November 2015 in Brussels. 

On 17-18 May 2016 second project internal meeting was held in Athens, Greece. Representatives of all project partnering institutions have attended the event.

 

During the two day active meeting, Partners presented the results achived so far within the project as well as plans for coming tasks. As the MOEEBIUS project is an extensive and complex initiative that requires the involvement of foreign Partners representing the industry, universities as well as research centers the meeting was an excellent opportunity to coordinate all the project activities and solve any issues of concers. 

The disccusions uptaken during the meeting refered to among others New Business Models and Energy Management Strategies, MOEEBIUS Energy Performance Assessment Methodology and Functional and Non-functional requirements of the MOEEBIUS framework and individual components.

MOEEBIUS project Partners will meet up again in November 2016 in Mafra, Portugal where MOEEBIUS demonstartion site is located

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EU  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680517.