VIDEO and PDF: Data-Driven Technologies for E...

Watch or rewatch CITIES webinar – August 12, 2020.

CITIES are pleased to announce that our partner – Innovationsnetværket Smart Energy – has made a great video from our webinar about digital and data-driven methods to optimize the operation of buildings and district energy systems.

Watch or rewatch CITIES webinar from August 12, 2020, where our speakers gave an overview of potentials and state-of-the-art technologies in the field.

We also share some of the presentations as PDF. See them below.

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Anders Skjøtt, Advisor, Danish Energy Agency: Initiatives from the Danish Energy Agency: Buildinghub and preliminary findings from subsidised projects on Digitalisation

Henrik Madsen, Professor, DTU Compute: Data-driven methods – General introduction and some specific examples

Henrik Aalborg Nielsen, Director of Analysis and Modelling, ENFOR A/S: Data-driven methodologies for large-scale implementation and roll-out

Christoffer Rasmussen, PhD Fellow, DTU Compute: REBUS Connect°, and data-driven technologies from IEA EBC Annex 71 and on PhD project

Karen Byskov Lindberg, Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF: FLEXBUILD project – Impact of optimal utilisation of building’s energy flexibility on a regional level

VIDEO: Webinar Data-Driven Technologies for Energy Efficiency and Flexibility


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