ePANACEA IN BRIEF
BUILDING ENERGY RATING
After 10 years of track record, the current Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) schemes across the EU face several challenges which have led to not fully accomplish their initial objectives: lack of accuracy, a gap between theoretical and real consumption patterns, absence of proper protocols for inclusion of smart and novel technologies, little convergence across EU schemes, lack of trust in the market and very little user awareness related to energy efficiency.
The objective of the ePANACEA project is to develop a holistic methodology for energy performance assessment and certification of buildings that can overcome the above mentioned challenges. The vision is ePANACEA becoming a relevant instrument in the European energy transition through the building sector.
ePANACEA comprises the creation of a prototype (the Smart Energy Performance Assessment Platform) making use of the most advanced techniques in dynamic and automated simulation modelling, big data analysis and machine learning, inverse modelling or the estimation of potential energy savings and economic viability check.
Sustainable Places 2022 (2022 09 06-09)
The ePANACEA project participated in the workshop “EPCs: Measuring Building Performance and Operational Rating” at Sustainable Places 2022 which took place on 7 September 2022 hybridl [...]
iENER’22 Congress (2022 07 06-07)
In the context of national level events of the ePANACEA project, María Fernández Boneta from CENER, coordinator of the project, has participated in the 3rd International Congress on E [...]
U-CERT & X-tendo projects’ final conference (2022 07 06)
The ePANACEA project is part of the Next Gen EPCs cluster with 10 more Horizon 2020 projects. VITO, partner of ePANACEA, represented the project in the U-CERT & X-tendo final conf [...]