Which is the Real Value of the Energy In Time Project for the Final Building User? 

Dear reader,

You receive this newsletter due to any sort of relation you might have with the project ‘Energy IN TIME’ or one of its partners.

The EiT would like to thank you for your interest, time and attention, let us present you once again part of the work of the Energy In Time project performed since April, 2017.

Best regards, the Energy IN TIME consortium members


6th edition of the EeB PPP Project Review 2017

The 6th Edition of the EeB PPP Project Review 2017

From the EiT Consortium we have always tried to share relevant information regarding energy efficiency applied to buildings. This time we did it with the 6th Edition of the EeB PPP Project Review 2017 related to Energy Efficient Buildings which is important for research and development in this field. The new edition highlights current and achieved results and also the potential impact of the EeB PPP Projects.

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The Demo Sites to test the solutions for Energy Efficiency building operation and maintenance

Updated information on the Demo Sites

As you already may know, there are four demo sites of the EiT Project installed in different building typologies located in different climate areas: the airport in Faro (Portugal), offices and test labs in Bucharest (Romania), a commercial and office building in Helsinki (Finland) and a hotel in Levi-Lapland (Finland). The goal is to prove energy demand and consumption in buildings since it can be influenced by internal and external factors.

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The 7th Steering Committee of the Energy In Time Project hold in Cork, Ireland

The 7th Steering Committee of the Energy In Time Project hold in Cork, Ireland

The 7th Steering Committee of the EiT Project was organized by one of the project partners, UTRC, in Cork (Ireland) to evaluate the current situation and coordinate the future actions to present the final developments. The EiT Consortium had the opportunity to debate different key questions, such as, the real value offered by the project to the end user. This necessarily involves sustainable energy consumption within the building, the results of which are cost savings and emission reduction. The generated information, or aggregated data, constitutes another valuable advantage to the final user because it assists him in his decision making.

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