lunedì 11 ottobre 2010

SAVE 2010 - WORK SHOP “BUILDING AUTOMATION per il RISPARMIO ENERGETICO”







Alle ore 13:40 del 13 ottobre 2010, nella Sala 4 del Padiglione Palaexpo del SAVE – Veronafiere, si è svolto il seminario dal titolo “Building Automation per il Risparmio Energetico”, con oltre 300 iscritti e 150 partecipanti.





Coordinatore della sessione: A. Servida (Università di Genova)

Obiettivi
Il risparmio energetico e la riduzione delle emissioni di CO2 sono temi di grande attualità che hanno un diretto impatto sia sulle attività civili sia su quelle industriali. Il miglioramento dell’efficienza energetica nel settore residenziale ha un marcato impatto sia sui consumi energetici sia sulla produzione di gas di serra. Infatti, circa il 36% dei consumi finali di energia e il 23% della produzione annuale di CO2 sono riconducibili al settore residenziale/terziario.
Durante il convegno si affronteranno tematiche relative allo sfruttamento delle tecnologie di automazione industriale per la gestione ottimale dei consumi energetici (e più in generale delle utility) negli edifici. L’obiettivo è quello di illustrare, tramite la discussione di case history, i benefici raggiungibili e le potenzialità di una gestione ottimale, intelligente e integrata delle varie building utility (sistema di climatizzazione, impianto di illuminazione, centrale termica, carichi elettrici ....).

Programma
13:40 – 13:50 Registrazione dei partecipanti
13:50 Le potenzialità e le dinamiche del mercato dell’efficienza energetica in Italia alla luce dell’esperienza del 55%
M. Nocera – ENEA Unità Tecnica Efficienza Energetica – Servizi Energetici
14:15 Progettare un’area produttiva ecologicamente attrezzata – aree industriali sostenibili in Romania
M. Piano – Centro Studi Energia e Domotica ANIS (RSM); P. Spada – Spada & Associati
14:40 Modellizzazione e controllo del sistema termico di un condominio per l'incremento del risparmio energetico
L. Ferrarini, S.Cappelletti, S. Radaelli – Politecnico di Milano; M. Pernice – Enertech Solution
15:05 Building Automation orientata all’efficienza degli impianti HVAC
I. Coppi – Siemens
15:30 Un sistema integrato per la gestione dell'energia in ambito office: il caso Asystel
F. Marchetti – Speed Automation
15:55 EN15232: la valutazione del contributo della domotica per una gestione energetica efficiente negli edifici
M. Giuliano – Gewiss
16:20 Lighting Management: sistemi di gestione dell'illuminazione per l'efficienza energetica nel terziario
J. Dondossola – BTicino
16:45 Nuova tariffa bioraria per la fornitura di energia elettrica. Le opportunità di risparmio energetico offerte dalla domotica
M. Perotto – Vimar
Ore 17:10 Conclusione dei lavori

Un’occasione per osservare alcune best practice di sostenibilità supportate dalle tecnologie, nelle quali le industrie della Building Automation presentano alcuni progetti sull’integrazione tecnologica (energetica, elettronica, meccanica, edile, ecc.) finalizzata allo sviluppo di interventi in linea con la direttiva del Parlamento Europeo 2010/31/UE, sull’efficienza energetica negli edifici.









Un momento di riflessione ed approfondimento sulle opportunità, per gli operatori della Building Automation, generati dalla collaborazione con i progettisti e dalle sinergie industriali.

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SAVE 2010 - WORK SHOP "BUILDING AUTOMATION FOR ENERGY SAVING"

At 13:40 on 13 October 2010 in Palexpo Hall 4 Palaexpo of SAVE - Veronafiere, was held the seminar entitled "Building Automation for Energy Saving", with over 300 members and 150 participants. (video and photos are in the next italian post)

Session Coordinator: A. Servida (University of Genoa)

Objectives
Energy saving and reduction of CO2 emissions are highly topical themes that have a direct impact both on the activities on those civil and industrial. Improving energy efficiency in the residential sector has a marked impact on both energy consumption and production of greenhouse gases. In fact, approximately 36% of final energy consumption and 23% of annual production of CO2 attributable to residential / tertiary sector.
During the conference will address issues relating to the exploitation of industrial automation technologies for the optimal management of energy consumption (and, more generally, utility) in buildings. The aim is to illustrate, through discussion of case histories, the benefits reach and potential for optimal management, intelligent and integrated building of the various utilities (air conditioning system, lighting, heating, electrical loads ... ..)







Program
13:40 to 13:50 Registration of participants
13:50 The potential and dynamics of the energy efficiency market in Italy in relation of 55%
M. Nocera - ENEA Technical Unit Energy Efficiency - Energy Services
14:15 Designing ecologically productive area - industrial areas in sustainable Romania
M. Piano - Research Center for Energy and Home Automation ANIS (RSM), P. Spada - Spada & Associates
14:40 Modeling and control of the thermal system of a building for the increase in energy savings
L. Ferrarini, S. Cappelletti, S. Radaelli - Politecnico di Milano; M. Pernice - Enertech Solution
15:05 Building Automation oriented towards efficiency HVAC
I. Coppi - Siemens
15:30 An integrated system for energy management within the office: the case Asystel
F. Marchetti - Speed Automation
15:55 EN15232: evaluation of the contribution of home automation for efficient energy management buildings
M. Giuliano - Gewiss
16:20 Lighting Management: lighting management systems for energy efficiency in the service industry
J. Dondossola - BTicino
16:45 New two-hourly rate for the supply of electricity. The energy savings opportunities offered by automation.
M. Perotto - Vimar
17:10 Closing session

A chance to see some best practices of sustainability are supported by technologies, such as building automation industries have some projects on integrating technological innovation (energy, electronics, mechanics, construction, etc..) Focused on the development of interventions in line with Directive 2010/31/UE of the European Parliament, on energy efficiency in buildings.

A moment of reflection and insight into the opportunities for operators of Building Automation, generated by the collaboration with the designers and industrial synergies.

venerdì 1 ottobre 2010

APEA (industrial areas ecologically equipped)



APEA PROJECTS in Romania

When sustainability 'is combined with development through proper utilization of natural resources, led by wind power and photovoltaic, and financial resources of the European Union, supplemented by the value of Green Certificates





During the month of August began one of the activities announced during the meeting of June 15, APEA and the design of energy systems / technology at their service. The agreements concluded with the municipalities, which, with the direct participation of the government to specific companies and their commitment to share the path of development of the territory, with only San Marino companies provide not only the development of large wind farms, construction of industrial installations and, consequently, all the works necessary for their efficient and sustainable use. Projects of APEA (Ecologically Productive Areas Equipped) provide for the development of infrastructure (building and plant), a wind farm, consisting of 5 wind turbines, photovoltaic field for 7Mwp, roads, lighting systems, computer systems for the land management (Cadastre, GIS, etc..) water management and waste.




The design is carried out by the study Sword & Associates and the BPE, using the expertise of San Marino companies and their partners, such as Phoenixtec for Building Automation, ABB plant, Santerno Electronics inverters, and others in the selection, applied in relation to technological choices. Particular attention in the selection of wind and photovoltaic technologies, will be conducted with the structures of British design and Romanians. The final design will include the extension to the town, through the application and integration of network technology / energy.

In particular, the project intends to pursue several objectives:
- Identification of innovative, low environmental impact, for the construction and management of the production, with particular regard to the protection of natural resources, energy supply, the killing of pollutants;
- Detection systems for monitoring and reporting on levels of pollution, emissions, energy production and consumption;
- Indication of intelligent and integrated energy management, corporate settlers;
- Equipping the buildings and the whole area of the most innovative technologies and services, through automation, which make them more valuable and usability the entire project;
- Through home automation and telecommunication services, facilitate the use of services even to people with disabilities;
- Designing, the entire area, over a range of maximum environmental sustainability;
- Applying technology in the facility and the area, which will, through the monitoring of consumption and production of energy from renewable sources, the objective of achieving an industrial past from the point of view of energy;
- Implement measures aimed at socialization and dissemination of sustainable technologies applied.

Particular attention is paid to the management of the entire energy APEA, including through the development of specific parameters and constraints for the settlers, who will benefit from zeroing in energy costs. Projects that anticipate and effectively apply the directive of the European Parliament 2010/31/UE of May 19, 2010. The directive provides for buildings and public facilities, that they are from 2018 to nearly zero energy.

The technologies applied to buildings, industrial facilities and common areas, bought in, have the ambition and the aim of transforming the entire area in a body to serve its users. An organism that integrates with the surrounding environment and with the world. A body which is in its integration becomes a tool for its users by creating and providing content for environmental sustainability: living healthy, active safety, passive safety, comfort, but also socialization and connection services. A body that will see its X-ray, applied technologies and efficiencies, projected on screens embedded in a project of modern architecture, and disseminated to the whole world via the Internet.
In particular, the technologies for the management of open connectivity and integrate the structure into a broader industrial unit and the municipality.

The technologies applied to the structures will have a direct impact in terms of functionality gained and in particular will, for each of the levels (industrial unit, middle management, the context of settlement, community, district, state and world), to take advantage of immediate functionality and potential implementations related to choices and / or evolution of the technologies themselves. Structures intended as organisms that can grow with the needs and developments decided and implemented by the actors involved: users, operators of the settlement, local government, businesses and service of the municipality.

The philosophy with which the area is designed, or rather the body, it is expected that in some respects self and others in the service of its users. In particular the appearance of independence is directly related to the management of their operations, including through the integration offered by automation technologies. In particular, the automation will play the complex task of creating the bridge between the technologies, making it even simpler than that integrated in their use, simplicity available to all actors involved and they need to manage (from user to maintainer, by the manager with the authorities responsible for safety operations, the operator of health and social services to those who need to communicate and / or monitoring).
Integration within the global technology systems present in the '"that meets the essential quality of home automation that is simplicity itself, provided by user interfaces" User Friendly ", intuitive, and prepared to handle any type of aids provided for people .
Systems and integration technologies, through the use of specialized subsystems provide two other key features of home automation: Reliability and Continuity of Operation.
The appearance of independence and economic sustainability will be ensured by the ability of structures and its systems reduce energy consumption (thermal and electric), the load management control of the consumption areas, avoiding waste caused by forgetfulness (lights, air conditioning systems, ..), the production of electricity and heat.

The technological aspects, which in the final designs are meticulously detailed in the service users in their daily activities and in particular industrial activities. Telematic infrastructure will be to offer as much support for the proper management of the technologies, their maintenance and integration: the units, the neighborhood, the city, the internal and external service area. The industrial unit will be constantly connected to the entire industrial area, with the manufacturers of equipment and services, social services, public services and those of private operators.

A speech full of technologies integrated together with users, with the outside world in a systematic way, to guarantee a high quality of life in it but at the same time meet the highest standards of environmental sustainability.

Another element of innovation is brought about by the integration of technologies in the area and those installed in industrial unit, they actually will use redundant power systems, ensuring maximum efficiency and ensuring the continuity of operation in the delivery of services and features. Divided between:
- Plants in the area, infrastructure and central systems, such as elements of the 'body', for the collection of data from individual settlements and the connection to all possible users and / or maintenance;
- Industrial plants in the unit "cell in the body, just as interconnected cells of an organism, such as telematic connections, energy accounted for, intrusion detection systems, video surveillance, alarms, monitoring, etc.
- Centralized (and thermal energy, but also for water management, lighting, waste management, access control, the web server, WiFi access points, video surveillance, irrigation, etc.. );
- Systems for managing and optimizing IT resources in order to reduce the needs of the area with close monitoring of consumption and, through the production of energy (including storage), optimize and contemporary conflicts.

The area will consist of:
- Lots: APEA will be sizing each of 24 lots of land area about 6,500 square meters with 60% coverage ratio. The scheme allows urban aggregations of several lots in the case of macro-industrial structures, or their fractionation in the case of small production facilities;
- Traffic: the scheme provides a viable service dell'APEA main axis of power, and a dual-finger that feeds the individual lots and parking areas. The service road should be marked by the local existing in only one or two points of connection, to be equipped with large round, all vehicular movements of production lots will be within the service network, without going outside;
- Underground: the major networks (water, telecommunication, energy) will be implemented in suitable underground tunnels, allowing easy maintenance and future deployments;
- Green Kit: All the public areas, including those relating to traffic, will be equipped with suitable trees, with positive effects for the reduction of noise pollution and the local air;
- Sports recreation area, consisting of two soccer fields, two tennis courts, a volleyball court, with its paths and parking areas and socialization;
- A business park that will contain:

• 200/800 or canteen for users with a bar and pizzeria
• conference room with 100 seats
• a dedicated area to house the municipal technical and some administrative
• a mini housing residence with 15 apartments and 5
• a server’s local
• a rack and patch panel’s local
• a supervision and maintenance’ local
• storage facilities and handling equipment areas
• changing rooms and toilets
• area health services
• outpatient maintenance facilities or areas and their offices reserved for the service cooperatives or municipal employees involved in the management
• an executive office and an office design
• retail or commercial areas
• show room or other "windows" of production carried out in 'APEA.

Among the technologies applied all'APEA we find:
- Street lighting based on energy-efficient technologies (LED), managed through a central oversight, which will feed data collected by several sensors:
• Twilight detection
• control access to areas of the business center for recreational areas and facilities
• reservation of common areas (conference rooms, sports areas)
- The same sensors, through the central oversight, will check in an efficient manner, the air-conditioned;
- Green areas, through the planning scenarios integrated with the sensory detection (humidity, wind, temperature) will be automatically irrigated;
- Each unit will be connected to computerized industrial and building automation through fiber optic connections;
- The wireless telecommunication infrastructure, the area, will also be guaranteed by wifi repeaters installed in lighting systems;
- The kitchen and the utility of the canteen / bar will be linked to management systems / speakers for their excellent energy management, and organic waste will be used for the production of gas through digests bulls;
- Offices and housing for their consumption, air conditioning and electronic, will be managed through a centralized building automation and detection sensors local integrating data stemming from the booking system, access control and home automation panel;
- Surveillance video, the whole area will be provided by webcams connected over fiber and / or WiFi systems. This surveillance will be expanded within individual industrial sites. The system will incorporate the motion detection and recording of events;

The issue is receiving increased attention as energy. Each of the structures will be subject to ongoing monitoring in relation to consumption, production and emissions. In fact, the fiber-optic network will connect with, the central control, each item in this area, from downtown to the executive power plants, from a single establishment to open areas.
To achieve the goal of "nearly zero energy" will be carried out a series of measures, including:
- First of all for strict control and efficient management of facilities;
- Production of energy from renewable sources, through a park consisting of 5 wind turbines with a peak power by 2 / 4 MWp;
- Production of energy from renewable sources, through 7 1 MWp photovoltaic arrays;
the sustainability of the need for proper management of all resources, especially water, which according to the specific regulations will be managed, retrieved and accumulated.

But optimal management of water resources, together with the waste and the biomass of the area, will support the objective of "nearly zero energy" in the Community Directive. The production of renewable energy to be produced in the area will cover the entire needs of the users of the area and the entire municipality. The only criticism is the absence of continuity in the anticipated sources (solar and wind power), resolved through good management and other energy systems and storage (mini hydro, biomass).

Some interventions combine waste management with energy production:
- The first project involves the installation in the cafeteria of a digestitore, able to convert organic waste into methane gas and electricity;
- The second project involves the installation of a central biomass, integrated with an incinerator and a cogeneration plant oil, which, except for vegetable oil, use the municipal, industrial and agricultural products to produce electricity and heat, compensating for deficiencies resulting from additional sources;
The significant energy production requires a significant challenge: the build-up. By integrating the water storage system, consisting of two reservoirs with a height of 5 meters, will generate electricity at times of greatest demand, through a generator microidroelettrico. The water will be transported to the upper reservoir using the energy produced during periods of overproduction. Further support will be given to the need to build the hydrogen fuel-cell.

The realization of APEA will be a tool for local governments and for the entire area to support the economic and social development, which, since the implementation phases will generate jobs, and opportunities for the construction industry, and support socio-economic area.