EUB SuperHub – European Building Sustainability performance and energy certification Hub
In a context where more and more data is available on the operational use of buildings that can be observed by an increasing number of stakeholders, the EUB SuperHub project will support the evolution of the certification process in the EU through the development of a scalable methodology to visualize, evaluate and monitor buildings through their entire life cycle (embodied energy, costs, etc.).
Project in progress
Program: Horizon 2020 GA ID 101033916
Theme: #Construction, #Sustainability
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Support the evolution in Europe of energy performance assessments and certificates
Offer a "digital logbook" as a methodology and technology for data integration
Realise guidelines to improve trust and transparency of EPCs
Development of a common EU framework based on European Common Voluntary Certification Scheme (EVCS), Smart Readiness Indicators (SRI)
Create a framework for energy assessment in buildings and develop a common certification method, through 5 key activities:
- Aligning the rating system with EU standardization efforts
- Integration of the evaluation system and its results into existing public evaluation systems
- Training of energy and sustainability auditors on the new harmonized systems
- Evaluation of public acceptance
- Validation on about 100 different buildings to ensure that the EUB SuperHub methodology is fully functional and valid.
9 partners including companies, research centres, universities and public bodies from EU countries.
|Organization||Website / contacts|
|GEONARDO ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIESLTD||Link|
|UNI – Ente Italiano di Normazione (Italy), Technical Standardisation Body||Link|
|HOCHSCHULE FUR ANGEWANDTE WISSENSCHAFTEN MUNCHEN||Link|
|iiSBE Italia R&D||Link|
|ENERGIEINSTITUT VORARLBERG VEREIN||Link|
|FELICITY-TOOLS INFORMATIKAI SZOLGALTATO KFT||Link|
|CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DU BATIMENT||Link|
|UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK – NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK||Link|
|ENERGETSKI INSTITUT HRVOJE POZAR||Link|
The project is co-funded by the European Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 101033916.
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