How much do you know about the MED EEB Community?

Kinga Konya
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The Energy Efficiency in Buildings (EEB) Community created, supported, and managed by the Interreg MED project MEDNICE has the ambition to provide useful and meaningful answers to issues faced by public organizations in the field of energy efficiency in public buildings. Join us at: https://efficient-buildings.interreg-med.eu/join-the-community/ Visit us in the exhibition area to find the answers to the questions :)

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Question 1

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Which are the three main topics covered by MED EEB projects?
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Mednice
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  • tools and strategies supporting energy efficiency measures
  • school buildings as specific targets
  • financing public efficiency measures
  • research and innovation

Question 2

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Which are the main objectives of the MED EEB Community?
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Mednice
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  • identifying synergies between different MED regions with a view to developing and implementing harmonized solutions
  • improving school education
  • reducing energy consumption in public buildings and thus contributing to lower levels of CO2 emissions
  • taking a step towards increased harmonization of policies in terms of energy efficiency in public buildings

Question 3

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Do you know what CESBA MED stands for?
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  • Centralized Efficiency Service for Building Assessment
  • Common European Sustainable Built Environment Assessment
  • Central European Sustainable Building Assessment
  • Common European Service for Building Assessment

Question 4

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IMPULSE is developing the KPIs platform which can be used for:
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Impulse
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  • planning energy efficiency investments
  • buildings' classification
  • facilitating for public authorities to develop affordable energy efficiency action plans for public buildings
  • estimation of energy performance indicators

Question 5

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PRIORITEE pilots aims at determining and monitoring energy consumption in municipal public buildings. In which countries are they being implemented?
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Prioritee
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  • Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece and Turkey
  • Italy, Portugal, Spain, Croatia and Greece
  • Italy, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia and Croatia
  • Italy, Portugal, France, Spain and Croatia

Question 6

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How many EEB renovation projects will be carried out in regional buildings belonging to the regions participating in SHERPA?
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Sherpa 1
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  • Around 10
  • Around 50
  • Around 100
  • Around 200

Question 7

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What can the EduFootPrint calculator be used for?
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  • Calculating residential buildings 'environmental footprint
  • Calculating museums' environmental footprint
  • Calculating schools' environmental footprint
  • Calculating libraries' environmental footprint

Question 8

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What is the ENERJ Web platform?
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Enerj
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  • A networking platform for schools
  • A database of the Energy Efficiency actions adopted by each municipality, SEAPs and other energy plans
  • A platform for carrying out energy audits
  • An app for calculating environmental footprint of public buildings

Question 9

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What NEW FINANCE intends to achieve?
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New Finance
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  • NEW FINANCE intends to accelerate new investments in energy efficiency improvement projects in public buildings
  • NEW FINANCE intends to accelerate new investments in energy efficiency improvement projects in residential buildings
  • NEW FINANCE intends to accelerate new investments in energy efficiency improvement projects in SMEs
  • NEW FINANCE intends to accelerate new investments in energy efficiency improvement projects in transportation

Question 10

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What opportunities are there for LPAs (Local Public Authorities) in adopting the SISMA Model?
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Building
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  • LPAs will be able to overcome challenges they usually face when they have to finance investment projects on deep energy retrofitting of public buildings and to identify priority interventions in a pool of buildings
  • LPAs will be able to overcome challenges they usually face when they have to finance investment projects on deep energy retrofitting targeting only public schools and to identify priority interventions in a pool of buildings
  • LPAs will be able to overcome challenges they usually face when they have to finance investment projects on deep energy retrofitting targeting only public offices and to identify priority interventions in a pool of buildings
  • LPAs will be able to overcome challenges they usually face when they have to finance investment projects on deep energy retrofitting targeting only healthcare facilities and to identify priority interventions in a pool of buildings

Question 11

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What the EPC Best Practices Collection developed by STEPPING consists of?
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  • It collects best practices used in MED area in implementing EPC for public buildings, baseline for elaboration of pilot’s methodologies.
  • It collects best practices used in EU in implementing EPC for public buildings, baseline for elaboration of pilot’s methodologies.
  • It collects best practices used in Italy in implementing EPC for public buildings, baseline for elaboration of pilot’s methodologies.
  • It collects best practices used in Spain in implementing EPC for public buildings, baseline for elaboration of pilot’s methodologies.

Question 12

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What is TEESCHOOLS aiming to achieve?
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Teeschools 2
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  • Enabling Mediterranean local and regional authorities to comply with the energy efficiency directive and facilitating transition towards to the NZEB concept in the public sector (specifically in schools)
  • Enabling Mediterranean local and regional authorities to comply with the energy efficiency directive and facilitating transition towards to the NZEB concept in the private sector
  • Enabling Mediterranean local and regional authorities to comply with the energy efficiency directive and facilitating transition towards to the NZEB concept in the public sector (specifically in offices)
  • Enabling Mediterranean local and regional authorities to comply with the energy efficiency directive and facilitating transition towards to the NZEB concept in the public sector (specifically in hospitals)

Question 13

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IMPULSE introduces a protocol for public-buildings’ classification. This ensures:
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  • Affordability in conducting feasibility studies and identifying cost-effective investments for a large group of buildings.
  • Direct reduction of energy consumption in the public sector.
  • Shifting energy behaviour of citizens.
  • Better management of energy renovation projects for public buildings.

Question 14

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What is the final aim of the PRIORITEE toolbox?
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Prioritee 2
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  • To reinforce the capacities of public administrations in implementing energy audits.
  • To reinforce the capacities of public administrations in selecting and implementing cost-effective energy planning measures.
  • To reinforce the capacities of SME owners in implementing energy audits.
  • To reinforce the capacities of SME owners in selecting and implementing cost-effective energy planning measures.

Question 15

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What is the typology of regional buildings mostly represented within SHERPA?
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Sherpa 2
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  • Offices
  • Educational
  • Cultural
  • Sanitary

Question 16

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What is LCA in the footprint calculation?
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  • an innovative monitoring device
  • an approach for defining the energy efficiency in building s considering the direct (energy consumption, GHG emissions) and indirect impact (public procurement or behaviours)
  • a type of certification for the building materials
  • a type of SEAP in the frame of the Covenant of Mayors

Question 17

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What NEW FINANCE Platform can be used for?
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  • Search for partners in NEW FINANCE Network
  • Search for partners in the EEB Community
  • Showcase unique implementation of energy efficiency models with innovative financial mechanisms
  • Showcase unique implementation of renewable energy models with innovative financial mechanisms

Question 18

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What does the SET tool calculate?
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Sisma
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  • the exact subsidy amount required for project bankability
  • the exact payback period
  • the amount of savings only in terms of energy
  • the amount of savings only in terms of money

Question 19

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To whom will the STEPPING MED EPC Policy recommendation be addressed?
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  • local officers
  • national research institute
  • EU-level ONG
  • policy makers at any levels

Question 20

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What actions 35 selected school buildings from 7 different regions will be benefiting from in the TEESCHOOLS project?
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Teeschools
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  • energy audits and renovation plans
  • development of financing schemes
  • calculation of carbon footprint
  • refurbishment of school buildings

Question 21

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What is the share of energy consumption from buildings globally?
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  • 20%
  • 32%
  • 50%
  • 85%

Question 22

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What is the share of (energy-related) GHG emissions from buildings globally?
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Eeb
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  • 5%
  • 12%
  • 17%
  • 19%

Question 23

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In your opinion, what may be the impact of small behavioral changes in buildings management?
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  • 5% of energy demand reduction
  • 10% of energy demand reduction
  • 15% of energy demand reduction
  • 20% of energy demand reduction

Question 24

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What is the main factor/tool used for the elaboration in an Energy Performance Contract of a building or facility
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  • The number of people living/working in the building
  • The location of the building
  • An energy audit to measure the energy consumption profile
  • The characteristic use of the building

Question 25

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Energy efficiency is a concept very related to NZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Building) or ZEB (Zero Energy Building), as when we increase efficiency, it results in less energy consumption, so buildings are closer to NZEB or ZEB. Is there any clear definition at EU level that encompasses any country?
Answer
  • Yes there is a clear definition in DIRECTIVE 2010/31/EU
  • No there isn’t
  • It’s impossible to give the same definition for all European countries
  • Each European country has to make its own definition
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