The Request2Action project aims at driving retrofit action in the residential sector by addressing the knowledge and capacity building barriers making retrofit data available to home-owners, the supply chain and policy makers in new and dynamic ways. Data from EPCs, if properly collected, archived, managed and analysed, can provide precious information and complement other sources for decision making on the energy performance of buildings. Much wider access to, and affordability of large scale data handling technologies (the “big data revolution”) makes possible the presentation of this data in accessible ways for policy makers and market actors. Intuitive analysis for predictive insight is spreading nowadays, and a number of dedicated services and open platforms are available, even in the energy sector.

Request 2Action. Stakeholder Engagement Final Report.

E. Costanzo
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2017

Abstract

The Request2Action project aims at driving retrofit action in the residential sector by addressing the knowledge and capacity building barriers making retrofit data available to home-owners, the supply chain and policy makers in new and dynamic ways. Data from EPCs, if properly collected, archived, managed and analysed, can provide precious information and complement other sources for decision making on the energy performance of buildings. Much wider access to, and affordability of large scale data handling technologies (the “big data revolution”) makes possible the presentation of this data in accessible ways for policy makers and market actors. Intuitive analysis for predictive insight is spreading nowadays, and a number of dedicated services and open platforms are available, even in the energy sector.
Buildings
Low Carbon Retrofit
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