eceee 2019 Summer Study on energy efficiency: Is efficient sufficient?

Panel 8. Buildings: technologies and systems beyond energy efficiency

Panel leaders: Argyris Oraiopoulos & Stijn Verbeke

Load shifting with smart home heating controls: satisfying thermal comfort preferences (8-098-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Clare Hanmer, University College London, United Kingdom
Michelle Shipworth, UCL, United Kingdom
David Shipworth, UCL, United Kingdom
Charlotte Johnson, UCL, United Kingdom

Smart integration of energy efficiency and renewable generation for sustainability in university campus (8-100-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Paula Fonseca, ISR-University of Coimbra, Portugal
Aníbal De Almeida, ISR-University of Coimbra, Portugal
Pedro Moura, ISR-University of Coimbra, Portugal

Utilising smart meter data for research and innovation in the UK (8-113-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ellen Webborn, University College London, United Kingdom
Eoghan McKenna, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
Simon Elam, University College London, United Kingdom
Tadj Oreszczyn, University College London, United Kingdom

Social energy management for energy efficient building operation (8-115-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
David Nestle, Fraunhofer IEE, Germany
Elias Dörre, Fraunhofer IEE, Germany
Jan von Appen, Fraunhofer IEE, Germany

Primary energy implications for low-energy buildings with different construction systems under varying climate scenarios (8-142-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Uniben Yao Ayikoe Tettey, Linnaeus University - Built Environment and Energy Technology, Sweden
Leif Gustavsson, Linnaeus University, Sweden

How to implement energy management in a university organization (8-144-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Anne Svendsen, Viegand maagoe Denmark, Denmark
Andreas Riis Christiansen, Viegand Maagoe, Denmark

The beauty contest that nobody won – or how joint efforts brings high performance equipment to the market (8-150-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Agneta Persson, eceee President, Sweden
Lovisa Larsson, WSP Sveriga AB, Sweden

When energy efficiency refurbishment projects foster sustainability: a higher education institution case study (8-158-19)
Marta Lopes, INESC Coimbra, Portugal
Rui Amaro, IPC-ESAC, Portugal

Energy performance and lessons learned from detailed measurement of a passive house preschool in cold climate (8-187-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ronny Östin, Dept of Applied Physics and Electronics, Sweden
Gireesh Nair, Dept of Applied Physics and Electronics, Sweden

Making green easy: increasing sustainability investments in homes by decreasing the ‘hassle’ (8-194-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Renee Kooger, ECN part of TNO, The Netherlands

Demand-controlled energy systems in commercial and institutional buildings: a review of methods and potentials (8-227-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Shoaib Azizi, Umeå University, Sweden
Gireesh Nair, Umeå University, Sweden
Thomas Olofsson, Umeå University, Sweden

Correlating room air conditioner energy consumption with thermostat setting to encourage occupant behavioural change towards enhanced energy efficiency and thermal comfort (8-240-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Satish Kumar, Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy, India
Sandeep Kachhawa, AEEE, India
Saikiran Kasamsetty, AEEE, India

The case of fuel cell micro-cogeneration in an increasingly integrated, flexible and low carbon energy system (8-264-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Benedetta Di Costanzo, COGEN Europe, Belgium
, PACE project partners

Positive energy districts based on NZEB (8-279-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Matthias Haase, SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Norway

Behind closed windows – an actor-centred analysis of barriers for the diffusion of energy efficient ventilation systems in residential buildings (8-284-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Thomas Adisorn, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Florin Vondung, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Costs and benefits of optimizing hydronic performance of water-based heating and cooling systems (8-304-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stephan Kolb, Danfoss, Belgium
Matjaž Osojnik, Danfoss Trata d.o.o., Slovenia

Meta-study of the energy performance gap in UK low energy housing (8-315-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Rajat Gupta, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Alastair Howard, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Alkis Kotopouleas, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

Practical experience with energy and climate performance contracts towards future energy efficiency gains and sustainability (8-319-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Harald Gether, Gether AS, Norway
Rune Venås, Trøndelag County Council, Norway
Kaare Gether, Gether AS, Norway
Anders Solem, ENOVA, Norway
Jørgen J. Gether, Gether AS, Norway

Grid-interactive, efficient buildings: expanding value streams through optimized control of flexible building technologies (8-337-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Madeline Salzman, U.S. Department of Energy, USA
Michael Specian, US Department of Energy, USA
Jared Langevin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Harry Bergmann, US Department of Energy, USA
Aven Satre-Meloy, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Activity-based offices: synergies and trade-offs between energy efficiency and employees’ work environment (8-353-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Magdalena Boork, STUNS/RISE, Sweden
Cecilia Katzeff, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Energy sufficiency in (strongly intertwined) building and city design – examples for temperate and Mediterranean climates (8-360-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Lorenzo Pagliano, Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Energia, Italy
Silvia Erba, Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Energia, Italy

Towards urban building energy modeling: a comparison of available tools (8-362-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Fatemeh Johari, Uppsala University, Sweden
Annica M. Nilsson
Magnus Åberg
Joakim Widén

SMELL (Using SMell to choose wELL) – alternative ways of communicating energy and climate solutions (8-368-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Erica Löfström, NTNU Department of Psychology, Norway
Margot Bratt, WSP Environmental, Sweden
Agneta Persson, Energy and Sustainable Cities Nordic Region Anthesis Group, Sweden

The realisation of a zero-energy residential renovation in the Netherlands: from user acceptance to zero-energy performance guarantee (8-384-19)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Thaleia Konstantinou, TU Delft/Faculty of Architecture and The Build Environment, The Netherlands

Cost-curves for heating and cooling demand reduction in residential buildings (8-397-19)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ulrich Reiter, TEP Energy GmbH, Switzerland
Andrea Palacios, TEP Energy
Martin Jakob, TEP Energy
Pia Manz, Fraunhofer ISI
Tobias Fleiter, Fraunhofer ISI

Thermal energy storages for cooling applications optimization using Artificial Intelligence algorithm (8-411-19)
Jérémie Fricker, Engie
Sébatien Sailler, ENGIE Lab Cylergie, France