The TIMEPAC-2021 workshop is a follow-up of a series started in Barcelona in 2019 and will continue with two more workshops to be held in Italy in 2022 and in Austria in 2023.
The programme of TIMEPAC-2021 was divided into three sessions. Click on the sessions to download the presentations.
Session 1 - Legislative context and requirements for deep renovation of EU building stock
The first session deals with the legislative context and requirements for deep renovation of EU building stock that have been set in National Energy and Climate Plans and National Long-Term Renovation Strategies.
Session 2 - Enhancement of EPCs with the integration of other data sources
The enhancement of EPCs with the integration of other data sources (BIM, sensors, smart meters, energy management, etc.) is covered in the second session.
Session 3 - Managing of active buildings and the use of innovative technologies in order to enable smart energy services
The third session is dedicated to the managing of active buildings and the use of innovative technologies in order to enable smart energy services.
When addressing smart energy services in buildings, monitoring and verification of savings achieved and other benefits, such as demand response, is crucial.
To meet these challenges, we will discuss innovative approaches for energy performance assessments in buildings, integration of smart readiness indicators and supporting mechanisms that will enable a more efficient use of existing data, technologies and services to promote environmental awareness and consumer engagement in energy efficiency.
Tuesday December 14th, 2021
Wednesday December 15th, 2021
TIMEPAC-2021 held at the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana
TIMEPAC-2021 was a hybrid event held at the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia and the European Green Capital of 2016. In 2021, the World Heritage Committee included the works of the renowned Slovenian Architect Jože Plečnik in Ljubljana – Human Centred Urban Design, on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Three quarters of the city’s territory are green areas that include aquatic, forest and agricultural extensions. Ljubljana successfully participated in ELENA technical assistance support program and initiated a deep renovation of municipal buildings based on Energy Performance Contracting using the ESCO model.
Why join TIMEPAC Workshops?
TIMEPAC-2021 offered researchers, policy makers, ESCOs, energy consultants, and other professionals involved in the energy efficiency and assessment of buildings, the opportunity to exchange ideas and knowledge and share research outputs and best practices. It was also an excellent occasion to explore paths for future collaborations between participants. TIMEPAC-2021 was organized as an hybrid event enabling in-person and online participation.
Present your work
We kindly invite you to send a proposal for presenting your work in one of the three sessions in form of extended abstract (up to 1,500 characters). They should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, before November 30, 2021. The proposals will be reviewed by the members of the organizing committee. Besides, there will be a poster exhibition with the presented proposals.