AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY

Öz The EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) 2010/31/EU is a step in the right direction to promote near zero energy buildings (NZEB) in a step-wise manner, starting with minimum energy performance and cost optimal thresholds for “reference buildings” (RBs) for each category. Nevertheless, a standard method for defining RBs does not exist, which led to a great divergence between MS in the level of detail used to define RBs for the EPBD cost-optimal analysis. Such lack of harmonisation between MS is further evident given the resulting large discrepancies in energy performance indicators even between countries having similar climate. Furthermore, discrepancies of 30% or higher between measured energy performance and that derived from the EPBD software induces uncertainty in the actual operational savings of measures leading to cost-optimality or NZEB in the simulated environment. This research proposes a robust and innovative framework to better handle uncertainties in the EPBD cost-optimal method both in the building software input parameters and in the global Life Cycle Costings (LCC), making the EPBD more useful for policy makers and ensuring a more harmonised approach among MS. The concept behind the proposed framework is the combination of a stochastic EPBD cost-optimal approach with Bayesian bottom-up calibrated stock-modelling. A new concept of “reference zoning” versus the “reference buildings” approach is also introduced in this research, which aims at providing a simpler and more flexible aggregation of energy performance for the more complex commercial building stock.

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Kaynak Göster

Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { ejt467910, journal = {European Journal of Technique (EJT)}, issn = {2536-5010}, eissn = {2536-5134}, address = {INESEG Yayıncılık Dicle Üniversitesi Teknokent, Sur/Diyarbakır}, publisher = {Hibetullah KILIÇ}, year = {2018}, volume = {8}, pages = {35 - 49}, doi = {10.36222/ejt.467910}, title = {AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY}, key = {cite}, author = {Gatt, Damien and Yousıf, Charles and Cellura, Maurizio and Camıllerı, Liberato} }
APA Gatt, D , Yousıf, C , Cellura, M , Camıllerı, L . (2018). AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY . European Journal of Technique (EJT) , 8 (1) , 35-49 . DOI: 10.36222/ejt.467910
MLA Gatt, D , Yousıf, C , Cellura, M , Camıllerı, L . "AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY" . European Journal of Technique (EJT) 8 (2018 ): 35-49 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/ejt/issue/39607/467910>
Chicago Gatt, D , Yousıf, C , Cellura, M , Camıllerı, L . "AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY". European Journal of Technique (EJT) 8 (2018 ): 35-49
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ISNAD Gatt, Damien , Yousıf, Charles , Cellura, Maurizio , Camıllerı, Liberato . "AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY". European Journal of Technique (EJT) 8 / 1 (Haziran 2018): 35-49 . https://doi.org/10.36222/ejt.467910
AMA Gatt D , Yousıf C , Cellura M , Camıllerı L . AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY. EJT. 2018; 8(1): 35-49.
Vancouver Gatt D , Yousıf C , Cellura M , Camıllerı L . AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY. European Journal of Technique (EJT). 2018; 8(1): 35-49.
IEEE D. Gatt , C. Yousıf , M. Cellura ve L. Camıllerı , "AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGE UNCERTAINTIES AND STOCK DIVERSITY IN THE EPBD COST-OPTIMAL METHODOLOGY", European Journal of Technique (EJT), c. 8, sayı. 1, ss. 35-49, Haz. 2018, doi:10.36222/ejt.467910