Finally, before the official launch of the database to possible external users or stakeholders, a new energy efficient building was used as demonstration case to test the functionalities of the ExcEED database. The building is called Casa Hoval, was built in 2014 and is located in Zanica, Lombardia, in the north of Italy. It is a nearly-Zero Energy Building, meaning that its consumption of energy is really low, close to zero. This case study was presented during the webinar.
The webinar was moderated by Roberto Lollini, EURAC Research, who also introduced the ExcEED project intro and benefits for users.
The platform demonstration and technical specifications were given by Thiago Nuic, from WATTICS Ltd,.
Afterwards, the webinar counted with the presentation of Daniele Antonucci, from EURAC Research, about the Building KPIs and Geocluster tool.
Subsequently the Hoval case study was shown by Mihai Bodega, from HOVAL Ltd.
At the end there was a Q&A session.
If you are interested in the ExcEED platform and in contributing to it, the platform is freely available until September 2019 to those uploading buildings data. Access to the platform is available upon filling of the following form. ExcEED ensures that the data uploaded are kept anonymous and confidential, in compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).