From Energy Efficiency to Value: What is the Customer Really Buying?

Chairperson: 

Business Developer, Unit Smart Energy and Built Environment
EnergyVille

We will explore major projects, may they be private or public. We will have highlights on promising retrofit projects and updates as well as real projects in the making. Experts vision on the market and their success stories.

Session Location / Room: 
Hub Theatre C
This Session is part of the following track: 
Thu 17 Nov 09:00 to 09:10
Speakers: 

Business Developer, Unit Smart Energy and Built Environment
EnergyVille

Session Introduction - From Energy Efficiency to Value: What is the Customer Really Buying?

We will explore major projects, may they be private or public. We will have highlights on promising retrofit projects and updates as well as Call for Investors with real projects in the making. Large commercial and industrial promoters will also expose their vision on the market and their success stories.

Thu 17 Nov 09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

President
Danfoss South Europe

Efficiency and Connectivity - the Backbone of Smart Buildings

  • The untapped potential of energy efficiency! 
  • Supermarkets the future Backbone of Smart Cities? 
  • Smart cities connect water, heating, cooling and electricity infrastructure 
Thu 17 Nov 09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Manager Innovation Smart Client
Gas Natural Fenosa

Tertiary Building Refurbishments – GrowSmarter Project

  • Carrying to the market refurbishment solutions

  • ESCo role in energy efficiency refurbishment

  • Next steps: from now on
Thu 17 Nov 09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Head of the Energy Efficiency Department
Altum

Energy Efficiency in Latvia

  • Overview of the Market in Latvia

  • Statistics and Expectations from Latvia's national financial development agency

 

Thu 17 Nov 10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Energy efficiency manager
Siemens

Monitoring as Bases for Energy Efficiency

  • Real time monitoring provides much more information than periodic measures

  • Real consumption is pretty different to common knowledge in industry

  • High resolution is mandatory to obtain a realistic view

Thu 17 Nov 10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Thu 17 Nov 11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

CEO
SEA Servizi Energia Ambiente & representative of Assoesco

EPC Reducing 20% of SME’s Overall Consumption in Italy

SEA will present a significant case study based on a real EPC project carried on for Eurocarbo S.p.A., a worldwide leader sintered material company.

According to the contract, SEA is managing various energy efficiency measures in four different company sectors.

The entire cycle of an Energy Performance Contract has been respected. SEA finances the whole project and is responsible for the design, installation and O&M. Eurocarbo will get a 20% reduction of the overall consumption; thanks to the savings, the client will have the chance to use its capitals to invest in activities directly related to its core business.

Main economic facts:

  • Investment 330.000 €

  • O&M 27.400 €/year

  • Annual savings 105.000 €/year

Thu 17 Nov 11:20 to 11:40
Speakers: 

Deputy Chief Executive Officer
SACEM

Distribution Transformer Monitoring System: Helping The Customers Find Their Own Values

  • Distribution Transformer Monitoring (DTM) system requirements
  • The monitoring gap between distribution operational industry and smart metering infrastructure
  • DTM value for industrial and commercial customers and utilities
Thu 17 Nov 11:40 to 12:00
Speakers: 

Corporate Director
Peterborough City Council

Corporate and Schools Buildings projects in the UK

  • UK EPC Framework for public municipalities

  • EPC as an integral part of your efficiency agenda

  • Real case studies on profitable interventions on your buildings

Thu 17 Nov 12:00 to 12:20
Speakers: 

Executive Director
Funding For Future

80 Multifamily Residential Buildings Renovation Through Energy Performance Contracting

  • The SUNShINE mechanism: Developping a forfaiting fund, which will purchase receivables from future energy savings from the ESCOs to release their balance sheets and allow them to carry out more energy performance contracts. A stakeholder platform will be developed side by side to standardize the process and reduce transaction costs.

  • The expected investment is €30 million. This combination of transparent standardized financing mechanism will attract private sector financing.

  • Results and feedback from the owners and residents

Gerard Bruijnse also represents the Building and Energy Conservation Bureau (ESEB) in Latvia

 
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