A number of studies and surveys at the EU level and Eurostat data show that the existing European building stock requires urgent adaptation to current and future needs. The renewal of this stock to meet energy standards and face climate issues will be one of the most important challenge in Europe to be considered in the next decades. This paper provides a description of some findings related to a current research line of a Department of Architecture research group. A focus area of the on-going analysis consists in developing an integrated system for building regeneration through smart grids upgrading process with the aim of increasing the quality of the built environment and well being of the end users. One of possible results is an Interoperable Platform, in which an “ID card” for a specific building is provided, and it could be implemented and tested to acquire, contain and manage data related to consistence, function and consumption of buildings and grids.

Smart buildings and grids in the renovation of the built environment

BOERI, ANDREA;BOULANGER, SAVERIA OLGA MURIELLE;GASPARI, JACOPO;LONGO, DANILA
2014

Abstract

A number of studies and surveys at the EU level and Eurostat data show that the existing European building stock requires urgent adaptation to current and future needs. The renewal of this stock to meet energy standards and face climate issues will be one of the most important challenge in Europe to be considered in the next decades. This paper provides a description of some findings related to a current research line of a Department of Architecture research group. A focus area of the on-going analysis consists in developing an integrated system for building regeneration through smart grids upgrading process with the aim of increasing the quality of the built environment and well being of the end users. One of possible results is an Interoperable Platform, in which an “ID card” for a specific building is provided, and it could be implemented and tested to acquire, contain and manage data related to consistence, function and consumption of buildings and grids.
World Sustainable Building 2014
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Boeri A.; Boulanger S.; Gaspari J.; Longo D.
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