EnergyMatching Project – Adaptable and Adaptive RES Envelope Solutions to Maximize Energy Harvesting and Optimize EU Building and District Load Matching
Vega de Seoane JM
Perez Carballo A
de Nacquard C
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At: 36th EU PVSEC European Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition ; Marseille ; 9.9.2019 - 13.9.2019 ; The renovation challenge leads to the need for novel approaches to conceive buildings and their energy supply. Buildings are more than just stand-alone units taking energy from the grid. They are becoming increasingly active elements of the energy network by consuming, producing, storing and supplying energy, thus transforming the EU energy market and shifting from centralised, fossil-fuel based national systems towards a decentralised, renewable, interconnected and variable system. To address these challenges a European consortium of 17 partners has been brought together to develop the EnergyMatching project “Adaptable and adaptive RES envelope solutions to maximize energy harvesting and optimize EU building and district load matching”. Funded under the Horizon 2020 programme, EnergyMatching is developing new concepts and technologies to optimize the interaction between buildings and energy systems for the best match between decentralised RES-based energy production and building load profiles, as well as to simplify the energy demand management for the energy distributors. The solutions will be tested in real conditions in 3 pilot demonstrators with different geographical and climatic conditions.
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