The paper aims to describe the results of the on-going EU founded research titled “PEDRERA Positive energy districts renovation model” which scope is to design a tool able to support smart district renovation programmes. The key goal of the model is to facilitate the multiplestakeholders’engagementinlarge- scale renovation actions according a Positive Energy District (PED) vision, and to predict the sustainability and positive outcomes of distinct renovation scenarios. One of the main barriers to reach this goal is the lack of integration of disaggregated information coming from heterogeneous data sources. The PEDRERA model means to build trust in the business opportunities by allowing better support to decision-making and impact assessment in order to understand and manage both the complexity of financing renewal processes at district scale and the interests of each stakeholder. The paper addresses these challenges and will examine how data sources from different domains could be adopted in PED design once the information is aggregated, systematized and addressed to specific key performance indicators. Furthermore, the customized model will run data through a special wizard able to filter input data which are displayed and shared on a GIS platform. According to this approach, the novel tool will be able to (1) guide and support the entire retrofit process according different issues, (2) meet the most relevant requirements from each stakeholder by prioritizing and designing energy efficient measures based on a reliable business model, and (3) help on willing sustainable energy communities to come.

Civiero, P., Salom, J., Pascual, J. (2020). Aggregated data management and business model in designing Positive Energy Districts. In EAAE-ARCC International Conference and 2nd VIBRArch: The Architect and the City (pp.908-917). Valencia : Universitat Politecnica de Valencia.

Aggregated data management and business model in designing Positive Energy Districts

Paolo Civiero
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2020

Abstract

The paper aims to describe the results of the on-going EU founded research titled “PEDRERA Positive energy districts renovation model” which scope is to design a tool able to support smart district renovation programmes. The key goal of the model is to facilitate the multiplestakeholders’engagementinlarge- scale renovation actions according a Positive Energy District (PED) vision, and to predict the sustainability and positive outcomes of distinct renovation scenarios. One of the main barriers to reach this goal is the lack of integration of disaggregated information coming from heterogeneous data sources. The PEDRERA model means to build trust in the business opportunities by allowing better support to decision-making and impact assessment in order to understand and manage both the complexity of financing renewal processes at district scale and the interests of each stakeholder. The paper addresses these challenges and will examine how data sources from different domains could be adopted in PED design once the information is aggregated, systematized and addressed to specific key performance indicators. Furthermore, the customized model will run data through a special wizard able to filter input data which are displayed and shared on a GIS platform. According to this approach, the novel tool will be able to (1) guide and support the entire retrofit process according different issues, (2) meet the most relevant requirements from each stakeholder by prioritizing and designing energy efficient measures based on a reliable business model, and (3) help on willing sustainable energy communities to come.
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Civiero, P., Salom, J., Pascual, J. (2020). Aggregated data management and business model in designing Positive Energy Districts. In EAAE-ARCC International Conference and 2nd VIBRArch: The Architect and the City (pp.908-917). Valencia : Universitat Politecnica de Valencia.
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