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IEE Project TABULA (2009 - 2012)
"Typology Approach for Building Stock Energy Assessment"
Information about the international research project
performed from 2009 to 2012 with the support of Intelligent Energy Europe
IEE Project TABULA – in a Nutshell
During the IEE project TABULA residential building typologies have been developed for 13 European countries. Each national typology consists of a classification scheme grouping buildings according to their size, age and further parameters and a set of exemplary buildings representing the building types. They have been published by the project partners in national "Building Typology Brochures", written in their respective languages. As a common element all brochures contain double page “Building Display Sheets” for all example buildings on which energy related features and the effects of refurbishment measures are illustrated graphically.
To exchange information on the European level the "TABULA WebTool" provides an online calculation of the exemplary buildings from all countries, displaying their energy related features and the possible energy savings by implementing refurbishment measures. Basis of the TABULA WebTool is a simple and transparent reference procedure for calculating the energy need, the energy use by energyware and the energyware assessment (primary energy, carbon dioxide, costs).
Apart from the reference calculation used for cross-country comparison a calibration of the calculated energy use to the typical levels of actual consumption is foreseen – with the intention to enable a realistic assessment of energyware and heating costs savings. Based on the residential building typologies building stock models have been created for seven countries which enable a projection of the actual national building stock consumption and the energy saving potentials.
TABULA Project Partners
The associated partners elaborated basic typology elements for their country on a voluntary basis without funding by the IEE programme.
|Institut Wohnen und Umwelt GmbH (IWU)
Constantinos A. Balaras
|National Observatory of Athens (NOA)
|Marjana Šijanec Zavrl
|Building and Civil Engineering Institute ZRMK
|Politecnico di Torino (POLITO) - Dipartimento Energia / Energy
||Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de
l'Energie (ADEME )
|Energy Action Limited
|Marlies van Holm
|Flemish Institute for technological research (Vito)
||Narodowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii S.A. (NAPE)
||Austrian Energy Agency (AEA)
||Sofia Energy Agency (SOFENA)
||Mälardalens University (MDH)
||Prague, Czech Rep.
|Kim B. Wittchen
|Danish Building Research Institute, (SBi / AAU)
Begoña Serrano Lanzarote
|Instituto Valenciano de la Edificación (IVE)
|Milica Jovanovic Popovic
|University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture
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