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2 Nov 22 |

Digital tool using Big Data has the ambition to make homes more energy efficient

Test the digital toolbox during the Renovation Summit in mid-November in Brussels

Digital tool using Big Data has the ambition to make homes more energy efficient

According to Eurostat statistics, in 2020, buildings represent nearly 40% and households, alone, 27% of the total energy consumption in the EU. It is therefore clear that in a technologically advanced environment and with finite energy resources, it is of paramount importance to make use of the plethora of data and evolved techniques for the development and evolution of building sector energy efficiency strategies. Elissaios Sarmas, a PhD candidate at the Energy Policy Unit of the National Technical University of Athens is explaining how MATRYCS, the EU-funded project that Housing Europe is part of is doing this in practice.

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