Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

K. Menzel, F. Katzemich, A. Mahdavi:
"Impacts of building performance monitoring on integrated energy management";
Talk: CESBP - 2nd Central European Symposium on Building Physics, Wien, Österreich; 2013-09-09 - 2013-09-11; in: "Proceedings of the 2nd Central European Symposium on Building Physics 9-11 September 2013, Vienna, Austria", A. Mahdavi, B. Martens (ed.); ÖKK-Editions, 1 (2013), ISBN: 978-3-85437-321-6; 443 - 450.

English abstract:
Modern Integrated Energy Management must consider different energy sources, such as gas, electricity or steam imported from supply grids but also hot water and electricity generated from renewable energy sources and `harvested per building´. Technical and economical challenges need to be addressed when operating and managing integrated energy systems, such as the prediction of the availability and capacity of energy sources, the prediction of energy demand (including the user requirements) and the prediction and
monitoring of services provided to building users and occupants.
This paper describes an integrated monitoring and management concept to manage energy consumption of buildings and groups of buildings. The first part discusses the state-of-the-art of energy performance monitoring, the second part presents a performance monitoring concept for buildings and the third part discusses the expected advantages of a holistic performance management concept for integrated energy management.

German abstract:
none - see english version

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