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  1. P E Ε B P E “Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Protection of the Environment” StimoniarisDimitris Scientific Responsible Technological Educational Institute of WesternMacedonia

  2. IPA Cross-Border Program IPA Cross-Border Program: “Greece-The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2007-2013” which is co-fundedbythe European Unionby 75% and by National Funds of the participating countries by 25%.

  3. Introduction According to thePreambleof the Directive 2010/31/ΕU, buildings (residences, public buildings, commercial buildings, etc.): • constitutethe largest energy consumer • constitute the largest source of carbon dioxide emissions in the EU • are responsible for approximately 40% of the total energy consumption

  4. Introduction According to the Goal 20-20-20 for 2020 for the Member States of the EU: • 20% of energy from renewable sources (RES) • 20% energy saving • 20% reduction inCO2 emissions

  5. Introduction Today’s presentation: PROJECT: OF CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION IN ENERGY SAVING ISSUESPARTICULARLYIN PUBLIC BUILDINGS

  6. Public Buildings Public Buildings in Greece are: • typically large (schools, hospitals, city halls, local government buildings…) • in a large proportion old (historical, protected) • with problems at the building shell • with oldE/Μ equipment • badly constructed • badly maintained • absenceof energy management systems • luck of interest • extremely energy consuming

  7. Public Buildings For ALLBuildings of the Public Sector in Greece, it is required: ENERGY EFFICIENCY CERTIFICATE (EEC) • EEC is placed at a conspicuous position at the buildings’ entrance. • The role of the public buildings’ energy responsible was established. • Special provisions, aiming at improving the buildings’ energy efficiency were enacted.

  8. Public Buildings Measures concerning Public Buildings in Greece – National Energy Saving Objectives: • Renovation of 3% per year of privately owned – public buildings from 2014 to 2020 • From 2019, all new publicbuildings, and from 2021,all newbuildings, must be of nearly zero energy consumption

  9. Cross-Border Cooperation «Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Protection of the Environment» IPA Cross-Border Program «Greece–the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2007 – 2013»

  10. Project Partners Greece: • Technological Educational Institute of Western Macedonia • Municipality of Prespes F.Y.R.O.M.:• ARCHAM AssociationBitola • ResenMunicipality

  11. Budget – Duration Project Duration: 22/02/2013 – 21/08/2014 18Months

  12. Project’s Structure • Five Work Packages: • WP1:Project Management • WP2: Information and Publicity • WP3: Energy Audits of PublicBuildings • WP4: EnergyEfficiencyImprovement of three Public Buildings • WP5: Establishmentof Information Centers on Energy Saving Issues

  13. WP1: Project Management The project’s management is performed by the Technological Institute of Western Macedonia, as Overlall Lead Partner (OLP1)of the Project. • Kick-off Meeting: Kozani(12/12/2013) • Second Meeting: Resen(17/12/2013) • Delivery of progress reports • Applications for Verification of Expenditure to the Payment Authority

  14. WP2: Information and Publicity • Development of logo, stamp, brochures, signboards • Publication of scientific papers. • Production of radio & TV advertising material • Development of project’s & conference’s interactive web pages • Organization of seminars / workshops • Organization of the international conference (May 2014)

  15. WP2: Information and Publicity International Conference’s Site: www.bee-res.gr

  16. WP2: Information and Publicity Project’s Site: www.peebpe.eu

  17. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit PrincipalActivity of the Project: Performing measurements anddetailed Energy Audits in 50 Public Buildingsof the two participating Municipalities

  18. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Equipment Equipment alreadyavailable atthe laboratories of the Technological Educational Institute of Western Macedonia.

  19. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in50 Public Buildings: New architectural designs

  20. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in50 Public Buildings: Thermal Conductance measurement of structural materials-ISO9869

  21. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in 50 Public Buildings: Calculation of the Thermal Conductance coefficient – Development of special software

  22. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in 50 Public Buildings: Thermography with IR camera – thermal bridges determination

  23. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in 50 Public Buildings: Central heating systems’ condition evaluation

  24. WP3: Buildings’ Energy Audit Energy Audits in 50 Public Buildings: Heating and DHW (Domestic Hot Water) network’s condition evaluation

  25. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient Energy Efficiency Studies, Issuance of Tender Documents and implementation of measures so at to constitute 3 out of the 50 Public Buildings Energy Efficient.

  26. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient Selected Buildings (Municipality of Prespes): Elementary School – AgiosGermanos Kindergarten – AgiosGermanos

  27. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient Selected Building (Resen Municipality): Gymnasium – Resen

  28. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient First results: Municipality of Prespes: • Great variety in masonry – insulation issues • (three masonry types at the school of AgiosGermanos) • Weakness in heating management • Nonexistent energy management system • Great losses from thermal bridges

  29. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient Resen Municipality: • Very large buildings, not in good energy condition • Very hard heating conditions • Nonexistent energy management system

  30. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient AddressingEnergy Problems: • Installation of external thermal insulation – thickness 10cm • Redesign and construction of the heating network • Heat pumps water-air • Installationof a smart heating management system (developedby the Technological Educational Instituteof Western Macedonia) • Replacement of illuminantswith type led • Building energy management system (ΚΝΧ)

  31. WP4: Constituting Buildings Energy Efficient Desired Outcome: Class upgrade from G & Fto Α

  32. WP5: Creation of Information Centers Creation of two Information Centers on Energy issues, one at each participating Region for providing services: • Information • Consultancy • Educational • Project Development • Technical • Buildings on-line

  33. Cross-Border Cooperation Other Project Activities: • Production of a Databank on Energy Efficiency International Practices. • Development of a Guide on Buildings’ Energy Audit along with Measurements. • Issuance of Energy Certificates for each building.

  34. Cross-Border Cooperation The final results: • Will be diffused in the most dynamic way in order to raise the awareness of citizens and authorities. • Will constitute examples in environmental and energy issues for public buildings.

  35. Cross-Border Cooperation The final results: • Will form the basis for the improvement of the existing buildings and the designing and construction of future buildings in the region. • Will provide incentives for the reduction of the energy wastage of the country’s public buildings.

  36. ”Adjacent”benefits • The issuance of Energy Certificates constitutes the buildings of the Municipality of Prespesdirectly exploitable. • The folder creationfor the buildings of the Municipality. • The maturation of buildings’ energy studies. • The almost absoluteenergy improvement of two municipal buildingswith strong social interest.

  37. ”Adjacent”benefits • The direct resources saving from the part of the Municipality. • The completion of a scientific study – a study with no precedent in terms of number of buildings andof an area of high climatic interest as well. • Sharing of expertise – Exchanging know how.

  38. ”Adjacent”benefits Mostly, thejoint working groupsof: Dimitris,Vaia, Thodoris,Stelios,Dimitris, Basilis, Argiris, Kostas,Charitini, Sofia, Anna, George, Nikos, Filippos, Vaggelis, Kostas, Giannis and of: Maria, Marianna, Milko, Annie, Ivona, Zlatko, Boris, Krste, Naum, Daniela have managed to build relationships oftrust, cooperation and friendship

  39. Energy Saving IT IS NOT ONLY: • Saving of natural resources • Less dependence on conventional fuels • Saving economical resources • Reduction of fuel imports • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions • Great Environmental Protection

  40. Energy Saving IT IS : CULTURE

  41. …thank you