The NeGeV project objective is to develop the next generation of HVAC, offering a technological quantum leap in HVAC solutions.
IEA - Annex67
The aim of ANNEX67 is to increase knowledge on and demonstrate the Energy Flexibility buildings can provide for the energy grids and to identify critical aspects and possible solutions to manage this Energy Flexibility.
Big Data and eco-innovative resource use in the NSR Greenhouse industry - greening the growth in horticultural production.
Towards the Thermal Grid
Center for Energy Informatics is part of the project: ”Towards the Thermal Grid” together with GeoDrilling, EWII Energi A/S, Transition, NorthQ, Kamstrup, IC Meter and the Municipality of Middelfart.
IT-soultions for public buildings with multiple use involving users (Living Lab)
The goal of the project is to develop IT-solutions for improving energy efficiency in public buildings used for multiple purposes involving the users of the buildings. Buildings account for approximately 40% of Denmark’s energy consumption so making buildings more energy efficient are of vital importance in reducing the overall energy consumption.
ODEx - Open Data on Human Behavior
The purpose of ODEx is to map human behavior and use it for optimizing the built environment such as buildings, squares, paths, and parks.
The purpose of the project IoTStyring is through Internet of Things (IoT) and digitalisation technologies to develop and test an innovative concept for energy efficient control of floor heating, ventilation, and lighting all in one.
FlexReStore: Flexible Retail Stores
The focus of the FlexReStoreproject is to seek the potential and design solutions for implementing Smart Grid technology in the retail sector.
COORDICY: ICT-driven Coordination for Reaching 2020 Energy Efficiency Goals in Public and Commercial Buildings
COORDICY is a strategic DK-US interdisciplinary research project for advancing ICT-driven research and innovation in energy efficiency of public and commercial buildings.
Demand-Response Capacity Management in Commercial Buildings
The project’s objective is to demonstrate how smart grid technology will enable operators of commercial buildings to provide flexibility services to existing flexibility markets and to DSOs as a set of DSO specific demand-response services defined in the iPower project.
The target of Annex 66 is to set up a standard occupant behavior definition platform, establish a quantitative simulation methodology to model occupant behavior in buildings, and understand the influence of occupant behavior on building energy use and the indoor environment.
Energy efficient heat pumps will play a crucial role in the future sustainable energy system. The overall goal of the present project is to develop the Scientific and technological Foundation for high efficient heat pumps using magnetocaloric technology.