The ExcEED platform and its tools are now available and free to use!
With the target established by the European Commission (EC) of a full decarbonisation by 2050, the EU recognises the need to steer to a high-quality building stock. However, it is often the case that buildings do not perform as originally planned, because of their design and/or their use. The H2020 EU-funded project ExcEED launches a new platform orchestrating seamless integration of heterogeneous data related to building energy performances. The platform aims at accelerating energy awareness, analysis of energy performance and benchmarking across buildings in different EU regions.
The platform provides insights on the energy performances of single buildings and districts in operational conditions, both related to energy consumption and indoor environmental quality. The platform is made of a range of tools allowing automatic calculation of dedicated Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), as well as algorithms for geo-clustering and benchmarking.
The ExcEED web-based Indoor Environmental Quality survey allows to collect information from the buildings’ occupants regarding air quality, thermal comfort, visual comfort and acoustic performance.
The geo-cluster tool helps to select, cluster and display buildings performance by geographic area, highlighting common spatial patterns and regions per group of energy indicators.
The ExcEED platform calls now on building managers, public officers, house owners, building professionals and more to upload the buildings data coming from building monitoring systems, projects, other EU and not-EU databases as well as from Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) surveys to the platform. ExcEED ensures that the data uploaded are kept anonymous and confidential, in compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).