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2016-10-15 Denmark: SpotOn: A Novel Monitoring Platform to Give Both Building Owners and Suppliers Hard Evidence and Concrete Tools to Enable Building Commissioning

SpotOn: A Novel Monitoring Platform to Give Both Building Owners and Suppliers Hard Evidence and Concrete Tools to Enable Building Commissioning

Description of the project offered:

SpotOn will deliver a novel monitoring platform to give both building owners and suppliers hard evidence and concrete tools to enable building commissioning; i.e. total-economic purchase and operation of the technical installations in buildings (e.g. ventilation, heating, and cooling).

Scientific research has shown that building com-missioning typical yields:
 Energy savings of 10% to 70%.
 Cash-on-cash returns between 23% and 91%.
 Significant improved risk management.
 Significant improved building operation.
 European manufacturer of quality products gets a competitive advantage.

The SpotOn platform is full-automatic, including metering, acquisition, analysis and access of data. Building commissioning need dense metering of the energy profiles and building operation. 

The conventional metering solutions are however limiting expensive to install and operate, and we have therefore developed a novel metering solu-tion which cuts-off >80 % of the total monitoring costs, and thereby remove a main hinder to ex-pand the use of building commissioning.

SpotOn will research and test the technologies and models in praxis on ~25 user partners spread all over Europe, and deliver concrete tools for both the technical, economical, legal, and organizational aspects of successful implementation.
Funding: H2020
Project call:
Call deadline: January 19. 2017.
Project period: October 2017 – October 2020.
Countries: >12 countries, mainly from the EU.
Knowledge partners: 3 
User partners: ~25
Project size: 4 million € in total.
Project lead: ReMoni.

WP1: Online knowledge exchange platform to en-sure efficient sharing between the project partners.
WP2: Install existing clamp-on monitoring systems at the user partners.
WP3: Automatic data-analysis models, data-interfaces, and user interfaces.
WP4: Economical models and tools.
WP5: Legal models and tools.
WP6: Organizational models and tools.
WP7: Extended metering systems.
WP8: Dissemination.
WP9: Project management.

Please fill in the partner form, so we have the nec-essary information about your organisation, to set up a strong and distributed partner network.
If you are selected as a partner we will inform you directly.
Deadline for partner applications: December 15. 2016.
Project Manager: Eva Kühne, E-mail:, Phone: +45 3064 2871
Project proposer:   Bo Eskerod Madsen (Denmark)
Partner role:  Project coordinator 
Partner organisation:  Small or medium-sized enterprise (SME)
Call for proposal title:  N/A 

Description of the collaboration sought: 

Expertise sought: Climate change and Carbon cycle research, Sustainable development, Environmental protection, Energy saving, 
Roles sought: Project participant, 
Organisation types sought: Public administration, Small or medium-sized enterprise (SME), Non-governmental organisation (NGO), Education, Industry, 
Countries sought: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey