Country: Italy

In Italy two cities (Genoa and Frattamaggiore) and one province (Sassari) took part in the project ELIH-Med. There were 45, 18 and 30 dwellings selected in Genoa, Frattamaggiore and in Sardinia, respectively, for the implementation of pilot refurbishment experimentation.
Different EE/energy saving measures have been implemented for each dwelling, based on energy audit results obtained during the selection phase. Information on EE measures applied, financial scheme adopted as well as the performance of pilot action are available in this section.

City

Genoa

Italy
Genoa is a city located between the sea and mountains with a population of about 610,000 inhabitants with approximately 311,000 houses. The peculiar geographical configuration of the city of Genoa "sandwiched" between the coast and ranges of hills and mountains, gives the city its unique landscape and has strongly influenced its urban development and infrastructure system. The selected area has a Mediterranean climate but is heavily influenced by a flow of cold air from the mountains. This area is one of the coldest areas of the City. 
The average heating degree days in Genoa are 1435, with 20°C as a base temperature.
Diagnosis

An energy diagnosis has been performed by using a certified software to determine the energy conditions before refurbishing works. Energy consumption data of the buildings before retrofitting has been collected through energy utilities. To complete the actual energy analysis, a thermograph’s campaign has been performed with the technical support of ENEA.
 
Moreover, Genoa municipality has prepared specific questionnaires in order to know energy consumption as well as water use behaviors of tenants.
 
The preliminary analysis results show that, before retrofitting, one of pilot building has an energy class F/G; while the second one has been classified as E/F. This means the specific energy consumption of the dwellings in the first pilot building amounts to 94 -189 kWh/m2; the second one consumes from 95 -170 kWh/m2.

Guidelines

Recommendation 2 -

Stimulate EU Mediterranean labelling and/or certification for social housing

 

Recommendation 18 -

Mandate the use of dynamic calculation in addition to separate metering and monitoring devices, for a more accurate assessment during the diagnosis

Recommendation 19 -

Consider comfort and health improvement as major criteria of project success, as well as energy efficiency

Recommendation 20 -

Organize a services' offer to drive diagnosis, to implement labelling, to collect and analyze smart meter data

Recommendation 21 -

Take into consideration the cooling demand according to climatic specificities

Recommendation 29 -

Implement an energy audit and assessment at neigbourhood scale (physical interaction with the surrounding buildings, green spaces, infrastructure, wind…), in addition to the dwelling scale

Recommendation 64 -

Develop consistent objectives and precise results to achieve, in terms of: energy efficiency, comfort, health and social improvement

Recommendation 65 -

Implement a diagnosis in a labelling approach

Recommendation 66 -

Take into account technical, structural and architectural criteria during the audits

Recommendation 67 -

Take into consideration comfort improvement - including summer comfort - through a detailed questionnaire for the inhabitants and trough monitoring equipment

Recommendation 68 -

Implement a more accurate survey about the owners behaviours regarding their ''hand made'' heating systems (individual fuel and electric devices, wood, etc.) and cooling systems

Recommendation 70 -

Involve inhabitants at diagnosis' stage

Recommendation 71 -

Regularly feed regional databases on the smart metering and surveys results

Recommendation 124 -

Enhance professionals cooperation in order to maximize data accuracy on electricity and gas during audits 

Recommendation 134 -

Require a buildings Energy-Efficiency regulation focuses on energy savings to achieve for new or renovated housing 

Recommendation 135 -

Mandate "as-built" reports by the constructor, when refurbishment is completed, on the building envelope, systems and energy performance


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Genoa Audit energetico comportamentale questionario
Questionario Audit energetico comportamentale (Genoa)
WsoExif.php
Questionari acqua (Genoa)

Questionari acqua (Genoa)

Questionari acqua.pdf


Target

Refurbishment project managers

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
 
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is   able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

The communication and the cooperation between these two stakeholder groups lead to a consolidated financial and technical action plan to be carried out on the pilot site.
For TMG and PPCG, Genoa municipality has carried out:
- writing to the tenants and then met them, and setting the communication campaign;
- meeting with stakeholders to share and implement the project in the private sector;
- “Palazzo Verde": the point of meeting and sharing between the activities of TMG and those of PPCG;
- the awareness campaign: launched through the direct involvement of participants in the TMG and the PPCG.
 
“Palazzo Verde” in Genoa is the centre of a virtual and material network, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. It is in close connection with the territory. As a “smart place”, educational and communication activities (workshops for groups, schools, families) on key issues such as energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources, reduction, prevention and recycling waste are carried out.

The outcomes of GENOA PPCG are:
- Intense discussion between the City Council and tenants.
- Direct communication about the project in all its phases.
- PPCG as an occasion of communication of further needs of the tenants, who found people willing to listen to    them.
- After retrofitting, collection of feedback from the tenants.

 

Guidelines

Recommendation 2 -

Stimulate EU Mediterranean labelling and/or certification for social housing

 

Recommendation 3 -

Implement training policies related to energy efficiency in LIH based on ELIH-Med pilot results

Recommendation 4 -

Promote inhabitants involvement in housing renovation regulations with dedicated funds

Recommendation 7 -

Implement an integrated approach of low income households focused on:

  • economic situation,
  • health conditions,
  • employment, etc.

Recommendation 28 -

Implement a Territorial Professional Management Group:   

  • Involving: contracting authorities, private sector, and professionals 
  • Offering training services in order to disseminate good practices,     
  • Promoting innovative processes,    
  • Contributing to local technical methodologies, etc.

Recommendation 30 -

Implement Piano Casa mechanisms

Recommendation 31 -

Drive low income private owners awareness campaigns:                

  • Sharing vocabulary, knowledge and experiences;
  • Explaining refurbishment process;
  • Training them to use monitoring devices/smart meters;
  • Facilitating access to diagnosis' services and to retrofiting public and private funds;
  • Implementing financial incentives to drive awareness campaigns

Recommendation 32 -

Involve owner representatives in the selection process because there is a majority of low-income private owners hardly reachable

Recommendation 34 -

Take into consideration that energy efficiency is a secondary concern, compared with residents' daily priorities

Recommendation 35 -

Mandate owners commitment and transparency on their income and energy bills, in order to apply to retrofitting processes

Recommendation 36 -

Enhance integration programs in order local population can participate to the retrofitting works

Recommendation 77 -

Implement Territorial Management Groups at the beginning of the project:                     

  • Involving public authorities, key private stakeholders (as PV, banks, net metering and utility companies); inhabitants' representatives and social services;
  • Reinforcing their involvement in the process;                                              
  • Implementing a global approach in technical, social and administrative terms;
  • Participating to the monitoring process

Recommendation 78 -

Undertake thermographic surveys as part of the energy audits, in order to better implement energy performance diagnosis

Recommendation 79 -

Inform inhabitants on the basis of a global involvement strategy, through Participative Groups meetings, awareness tools, events, etc.

Recommendation 80 -

Involve local social services in order to reinforce inhabitants awareness and care

Recommendation 81 -

Promote innovative social approaches and active self construction works, in a 'do it yourself' concept

Recommendation 82 -

Encourage owners who asked for additional works by providing them technical and financial advices

Recommendation 83 -

Take into consideration livability and quality of life (hygiene and health) prior to energy efficiency

Recommendation 84 -

Identify building malfunctions from the beginning of the identification process, by directly involving tenants

Recommendation 85 -

Develop an informative approach towards inhabitants based on in-site visits (monthly)

Recommendation 125 -

Offer legal and technical assistance to support contracting authorities involved in ESCO's partnership, in order to overcome mistrust issues

Recommendation 126 -

Participate to Territorial Management Groups in order to identify business opportunities

Recommendation 127 -

Regularly collect data through surveys (on technical, social and energy topics) in order to anticipate inhabitants consumption needs


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Video

Awareness meeting with low income tenants (Genoa)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Monitoring

Monitoring is a process to supervise the results obtained after the realization of retrofitting experimentations. Monitoring the energy performance enables to determine if the energy efficiency solutions are the best to realize the objectives and give a straightforward representation of the improvement, and is a key factor to evaluate the sustainability of the project.
 

            

                                      Before retrofitting                                                           after refurbishment
 
Data monitoring of 9 sample pilot apartments was carried out. This activity will be ended up one year after the completion of refurbishment works in order to evaluate data “before and after intervention”.
To survey energy consumption before refurbishment, Genoa project team has been collecting thermal consumption data over the last three years. 
 
Based on monitoring the achievement of pilot projects can be evaluated.  Per this purpose, the ELIH-Med evaluation methodology and related documents are available here. 

Guidelines

Recommendation 5 -

Reinforce the use of monitoring systems managed by the inhabitants themselves (smart metering devices) mainstreaming them.

Recommendation 37 -

Aggregate smart meter data produced, in order to create open data applications and monitor the cost of energy

 

Recommendation 86 -

Analyze before/after results with accurate data, by installing metering devices before refurbishment

Recommendation 87 -

Install metering devices into the dwellings with direct feedback and energy tips towards inhabitants

Recommendation 88 -

Install smart metering devices with screens and interfaces for direct consumptions monitoring by the user completed by monthly report

Recommendation 89 -

Go beyond uncertainty in the estimation of energy savings by monitoring the real consumption of different elements: appliances, lighting, heating, etc.

Recommendation 90 -

Measure comfort improvement through a long-term approach

Recommendation 91 -

Associate Territorial Management Group in monitoring process

Recommendation 92 -

Contribute to define innovative financial engineering with public authorities

Recommendation 94 -

Avoid dependency regarding data access, and after-sales services with smart meters suppliers


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation methodology
ELIHMed_Evaluation_pub.pdf
Evaluation of Genoa pilot projects results and impacts on public policies (Spanish) ELIHMed_GENOA_WP5_Final report r.pdf

Foto

Installation of the data logger in Mrs. Pischetolas flat

Installation of the data logger in Mrs. Pischetolas flat

 


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Financing

Innovative financial mechanisms used for pilot projects in Genoa

 

Financial resources used for Energy refurbishment


Guidelines

Recommendation 8 -

Take into consideration that residents energy bill reduction is difficult to achieve, because of low financial situation and energy consumptions

Recommendation 9 -

Implement financial tools taking into consideration the different types of owners, and considering the low ROI (warantee mechanism)

Recommendation 10 -

Facilitate financial engineering flexibility: mixing EU funds and mixing public/private funds

Recommendation 38 -

Create a unique desk dedicated to harmonize fund distribution:

  • Targeting available funds dedicated to energy efficiency retrofitting projects ;
  • Matching the different taxes optimization incentives and local grants;
  • Developing a financial engineering tool mobilizing European and/or National     programmes and funds;
  • Coordinating public/private patnership;                                        
  • Decreasing bureaucracy procedures to get administrative funding approvals in time  

Recommendation 43 -

Encourage small-scale interventions to increase energy efficiency, and to increase the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 95 -

Continue to finance extra works during the refurbishment process

Recommendation 96 -

Involve private local funders with regular feedback and data on the project

Recommendation 99 -

Implement small-scale interventions for increasing energy efficiency and the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 100 -

Reinforce "net metering" mechanisms - electric energy generated is delivered to local distribution facilities; as Scambio sul posto 

Recommendation 128 -

Enhance local company sponsorship by offering equipments  

Recommendation 129 -

Increase ESCO's involvement by matching their money savings objectives with thermal comfort goals of low-income tenants 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Tenders

Calls for public tenders were the procedures applied to generate offers from companies competing for works, supply or service contracts in the framework of public procurement. This procedure creates a mutual benefit that the service providers who win the tender can have the opportunity and experience of cooperating with EU program and meanwhile with the sufficient procurement provided by the tender, the pilot projects can be carried out smoothly.
 
Generally, a typical invitation to tender template is formed with the following sections: Introduction, Project background, Legal issues, Maintaining issues, and Supplier response required, Timetable for choosing the supplier and Requirements.
 

 

The Call for tender made by Genoa municipality is characterised by:
- using the most economically advantageous tender, taking into consideration also that extra services could be offered by tender
- respect of public procurement rules: Dlgs 163/2006 “Codice degli appalti”

 

Evaluation criteria and main scores:

Guidelines

Recommendation 11 -

Update public tenders framework integrating green procurement processes, simplifying procedures and indentifying responsabilities

Recommendation 44 -

Update the public tenders documentation with new energy savings technologies 

Recommendation 101 -

Add bonus for applicants proposing additional measures for the same price (best value) and sponsorship

Recommendation 102 -

Add bonus for applicants using local materials

Recommendation 103 -

Professionalize tender engineering

Recommendation 104 -

Explain the technical innovative solutions and their specifications in the call for tenders

Recommendation 105 -

Have flexible public tender templates adapted to the project needs

Recommendation 106 -

Insert a contractors/tenants ''good relationship'' as a criteria of selection

Recommendation 107 -

Involve inhabitants in the renovation process in order to obtain additional points


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Call for public tender (Genoa)

Call for public tender (Genoa)

Bando ELIH MED Genoa.pdf
Capitolato speciale dappalto (Genoa)

Capitolato speciale d’appalto (Genoa)

Capitolato speciale appalto.pdf
Bill of quantities of refurbishment (COMPUTO METRICO ESTIMATIVO) (Genoa)

Bill of quantities of refurbishment (COMPUTO METRICO ESTIMATIVO) (Genoa)

attach n.2 CME_ED.pdf
Bill of quantities of electrical system (Genoa)

Bill of quantities of electrical system (Genoa)

29.03.01 E-M IE_D_CME.pdf
Bill of quantities for security (Genoa)

Bill of quantities for security (Genoa)

29.03.01 E-M CME_SIC.pdf
Bill of quantities of manpower for electrical system (Genoa)

Bill of quantities of manpower for electrical system (Genoa)

29.03.01 E-M IE_D_CMEMO.pdf

Foto

The technique commission valuates the offers (Genoa)

The technique commission valuates the offers (Genoa)


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Refurbishment

Before refurbishment, two pilot buildings were characterised by:
- no wall thermal insulation,
- single glazing,
- having mainly gas boilers for space heating and sanitary hot water. 
The preliminary analysis results showed that, before retrofitting, the specific energy consumption of the dwellings in the first pilot building amounted to 94 -189 kWh/m2, and the second one consumed from 95 -170 kWh/m2, which corresponds to an energy class F/G (first one) and E/F, respectively.
 
 
 
The identified energy efficiency measures are:
- external wall thermal insulation,
- external roof insulation,
- total replacement of window, and
- partial replacement of blinds/shutters.
It was expected that, after retrofitting the energy performance of two pilot buildings should be improved by more than two energy classes, in other words the total energy consumption will decrease around 35 to 53%
 
Table of energy performance after retrofitting workings

 Table of energy performance

 

Before refurbishment                                             After retrofitting

 

The detail technical specifications of energy retrofitting measures are given in the downloadable Genova pilot project sheet.

 

 

Guidelines

Recommendation 46 -

Encourage the use of passive systems

Recommendation 48 -

Focus on a cost/benefits approach taking into account ROI and global expenses for the beneficiaries

Recommendation 49 -

Avoid high energy performances targets, considered as financially expensive and complex systems for the tenants

Recommendation 50 -

Match urban renovation projects (equipement, infrastructure, public spaces renewal) with low-income household dwellings retrofitted at local scale

Recommendation 51 -

Rehouse tenants durings works when it is necessary and possible   

Recommendation 52 -

Promote the use of heat pumps for heating and cooling

Recommendation 108 -

Anticipate building structural issues (i.e. asbestos)

Recommendation 109 -

Have a detailed work plan/programme including technical measures, in order to narrow occupants disruption during refurbishment process

Recommendation 110 -

Implement innovative and local insulation materials    

Recommendation 111 -

Maximize external insulation benefits with thermostatic heating control        

Recommendation 112 -

Work on materials properties regarding summer comfort technical solutions

Recommendation 113 -

Use district heating   

Recommendation 114 -

Match at municipal scale, urban renovation projects (equipements, infrastructures, public spaces renewal) and retrofitting process towards dwellings occupied by low-income households

Recommendation 115 -

Choose effective and simple solutions (due to limited budget, forbidden external interventions, presence of tenants in the dwelling)

Recommendation 117 -

Develop quicker payment methods for contractors (benefits on the works, avoiding delays)

Recommendation 118 -

Promote the use of heat pumps for heating and cooling

Recommendation 119 -

Take advantage of cross ventilation

Recommendation 130 -

Reinforce training and technical expertise towards companies for the implementation of integrated energy efficiency measures

Recommendation 131 -

Provide innovative technical engineering tools and ensure the maintenance works


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Bill of quantities (COMPUTO METRICO ESTIMATIVO) (Genoa)

Bill of quantities (COMPUTO METRICO ESTIMATIVO)

attach n.2 CME_ED.pdf
Technical report (Genoa)

Technical report (Genoa)

29.03.01 E-M ArD Rel GEN TECPA 3-4 LBD 59 .pdf

Foto

Pilot building before refurbishment

Pilot building before refurbishment

Pilot building after refurbishment (Genoa)

Pilot building after refurbishment (Genoa)

Roof insulation (Genoa)

Roof insulation (Genoa)

Building envelop installation (Genoa)

Building envelop installation (Genoa)

Video

ELIH-Med pilot project in Genoa


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, able to connect and manage the discussion and
 research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Guidelines

Recommendation 13 -

Promote ELIH-Med pilots' main outputs and best practices, and taking them into consideration in public policies

Recommendation 55 -

Create a regional agency in charge of:

  • Implementing Territorial Professional Management Group;
  • Driving low-income private owners awareness campaigns;
  • Harmonizing fund distribution;
  • Ensuring an active dialogue on best practices and experiences beetween different stakeholders;
  • Providing financing solutions and energy savings projections;
  • Coordinating different territorial levels, administrations and government policies

Recommendation 120 -

Ensure long term savings through the awareness campaign and the pilot project participative group

Recommendation 121 -

Use certified monitoring equipments in order to convince energy efficiency investors of energy-efficiency measures benefits

Recommendation 133 -

Overcome the idea that low-income housing has a very low energy savings potential 

R00 -

 

 How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (EN)
 A short dissemination video which illustrates what can be done to improve energy efficiency and save    money in a lowincome house

 

 

 

 

 

 


Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video

Awareness meeting with low income tenants (Genoa)
ELIH-Med pilot project in Genoa
Come migliorare l'efficienza energetica delle abitazioni? (ITA)
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Where energy comes from?
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014
ELIH-Med Highlights (Italian subtitle)


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Policy paper and Ljubljana declaration

ELIH-Med capitalisation activities are framed in general by the EU2020 strategy and the discussions about the next programming period priorities. They try to fit with the pan-European objectives and they also constitute inputs for the 2014-2020 operational programs.
The two main outcomings of ELIH-Med capitalisation activity are Policy Paper and Ljubljana Declaration.
 
  Policy Paper  
Since the beginning of the project (April 2011), ELIH-Med has associated with another MED strategic project dealing with energy efficiency in buildings, MARIE, in order to have a common message to deliver to policy-maker. The main outcome of this joint capitalisation process is a Policy Paper aiming to improve Med transnational cooperation answers to energy efficiency challenges in buildings. PROFORBIOMED project has joint the process, and a cooperation agreement between the three projects was signed in November 2012.
 
  Ljubljana Declaration 
On 23rd and 24th October 2013, the annual event of the MED Programme was held in Lisbon. On the occasion, the Ljubljana Declaration was signed jointly by the lead partners of the 3 strategy MED projects - ELIH–Med, Marie & PROFORBIOMED.
The whole version of the Policy Paper and the Ljuljana Declaration (Itaian version) are downloadable.

Guidelines


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Ljubljana Declaration (IT) ELIH-Med-dichiarazione_di_Lubiana_it.pdf


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Sassari

Italy
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. It has an area of 24,089,89 Km2, with 1,671,001 inhabitants and a density of 69.37 inhabitants/sqkm. The region is mainly mountainous, characterized by mountains of medium height below 2,000 meters.
The west coast of Sardinia is affected by the mistral winds with storms, intense rainfall and c1oudiness.The Tyrrhenian coast is often cloudy with abundant rainfall. The lack of rain should be highlighted, particularly in the south.
The average heating degree days in Sassari are 1185.
Diagnosis

The diagnosis made for Sassari pilot dwellings includes of:
- building inspection (qualitative approach)
- energy consumption data collection from tenants bills
- data on internal and external temperature collection
- energy performance calculation
 
The energy performance of the dwellings has been estimated by using of DOCET software, developed by ENEA, taking into account different building components and using the values calculated according to the UNI-EN-ISO 13786.
All the 30 pilot rural dwellings selected in Sassari province are single family houses with 1 or 3 storeys, the building structure is characterised by:

As typical rural houses built in 50’s, no any wall thermal insulation is applied. More than 50% of dwellings have no heating system (excluding a simple fireplace or wood stove in the living room). The possibility to put in heating systems instead of improving fabric performance should be taken into account for these buildings.
Based on the preliminary analysis, the current energy class of all 30 pilot buildings corresponds to G, the energy consumptions are quite high, and amount to 317 - 437 kW/m2-yr.

Guidelines

Recommendation 2 -

Stimulate EU Mediterranean labelling and/or certification for social housing

 

Recommendation 18 -

Mandate the use of dynamic calculation in addition to separate metering and monitoring devices, for a more accurate assessment during the diagnosis

Recommendation 19 -

Consider comfort and health improvement as major criteria of project success, as well as energy efficiency

Recommendation 20 -

Organize a services' offer to drive diagnosis, to implement labelling, to collect and analyze smart meter data

Recommendation 21 -

Take into consideration the cooling demand according to climatic specificities

Recommendation 29 -

Implement an energy audit and assessment at neigbourhood scale (physical interaction with the surrounding buildings, green spaces, infrastructure, wind…), in addition to the dwelling scale

Recommendation 64 -

Develop consistent objectives and precise results to achieve, in terms of: energy efficiency, comfort, health and social improvement

Recommendation 65 -

Implement a diagnosis in a labelling approach

Recommendation 66 -

Take into account technical, structural and architectural criteria during the audits

Recommendation 67 -

Take into consideration comfort improvement - including summer comfort - through a detailed questionnaire for the inhabitants and trough monitoring equipment

Recommendation 68 -

Implement a more accurate survey about the owners behaviours regarding their ''hand made'' heating systems (individual fuel and electric devices, wood, etc.) and cooling systems

Recommendation 70 -

Involve inhabitants at diagnosis' stage

Recommendation 71 -

Regularly feed regional databases on the smart metering and surveys results

Recommendation 124 -

Enhance professionals cooperation in order to maximize data accuracy on electricity and gas during audits 

Recommendation 134 -

Require a buildings Energy-Efficiency regulation focuses on energy savings to achieve for new or renovated housing 

Recommendation 135 -

Mandate "as-built" reports by the constructor, when refurbishment is completed, on the building envelope, systems and energy performance


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Living comfort survey

Questionnaires used

Questionario comfort prima interventi.pdf
Tabelle della raccolta dati

Differente tabelle utilizzate per la raccolta dei dati di consumo energetico

Monitoraggio_Raccolta dati.pdf

Foto

Site visit

Site visit

Site visit in Sassari

Site visit in Sassari

Building diagnostic

Building diagnostic


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG), grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 

 
In Sassari, TMG and PPCG two groups have given an important contribution to pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Guidelines

Recommendation 2 -

Stimulate EU Mediterranean labelling and/or certification for social housing

 

Recommendation 3 -

Implement training policies related to energy efficiency in LIH based on ELIH-Med pilot results

Recommendation 4 -

Promote inhabitants involvement in housing renovation regulations with dedicated funds

Recommendation 7 -

Implement an integrated approach of low income households focused on:

  • economic situation,
  • health conditions,
  • employment, etc.

Recommendation 28 -

Implement a Territorial Professional Management Group:   

  • Involving: contracting authorities, private sector, and professionals 
  • Offering training services in order to disseminate good practices,     
  • Promoting innovative processes,    
  • Contributing to local technical methodologies, etc.

Recommendation 30 -

Implement Piano Casa mechanisms

Recommendation 31 -

Drive low income private owners awareness campaigns:                

  • Sharing vocabulary, knowledge and experiences;
  • Explaining refurbishment process;
  • Training them to use monitoring devices/smart meters;
  • Facilitating access to diagnosis' services and to retrofiting public and private funds;
  • Implementing financial incentives to drive awareness campaigns

Recommendation 32 -

Involve owner representatives in the selection process because there is a majority of low-income private owners hardly reachable

Recommendation 34 -

Take into consideration that energy efficiency is a secondary concern, compared with residents' daily priorities

Recommendation 35 -

Mandate owners commitment and transparency on their income and energy bills, in order to apply to retrofitting processes

Recommendation 36 -

Enhance integration programs in order local population can participate to the retrofitting works

Recommendation 77 -

Implement Territorial Management Groups at the beginning of the project:                     

  • Involving public authorities, key private stakeholders (as PV, banks, net metering and utility companies); inhabitants' representatives and social services;
  • Reinforcing their involvement in the process;                                              
  • Implementing a global approach in technical, social and administrative terms;
  • Participating to the monitoring process

Recommendation 78 -

Undertake thermographic surveys as part of the energy audits, in order to better implement energy performance diagnosis

Recommendation 79 -

Inform inhabitants on the basis of a global involvement strategy, through Participative Groups meetings, awareness tools, events, etc.

Recommendation 81 -

Promote innovative social approaches and active self construction works, in a 'do it yourself' concept

Recommendation 82 -

Encourage owners who asked for additional works by providing them technical and financial advices

Recommendation 83 -

Take into consideration livability and quality of life (hygiene and health) prior to energy efficiency

Recommendation 84 -

Identify building malfunctions from the beginning of the identification process, by directly involving tenants

Recommendation 85 -

Develop an informative approach towards inhabitants based on in-site visits (monthly)

Recommendation 125 -

Offer legal and technical assistance to support contracting authorities involved in ESCO's partnership, in order to overcome mistrust issues

Recommendation 126 -

Participate to Territorial Management Groups in order to identify business opportunities

Recommendation 127 -

Improve and simplify devices and softwares for data analysis


Foto

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Video

ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia 2
PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
2nd PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
PPCG awareness campaign in Campanedda (Sardinia)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Monitoring

Monitoring is a process ont only to observe tenants' behaviors in energy consumption but also to supervise the results obtained after the realization of retrofitting experimentations. Monitoring the energy performance enables to determine if the energy efficiency solutions are the best to realize the objectives and give a straightforward representation of the improvement, and is a key factor to evaluate the sustainability of the project.

 

During the starting phase of the pilot projects in Sassari, monitoring activities made by Italian Partner LAORE included:
- collecting energy consumption data
- indoor temperature measurement
- opaque wall U-value measurement (ISO 8969)
 
The monitoring approach and the evaluation methodology developed by ELIH-Med project have been developed and can be downloaded here.
Specific project assessment process
Evaluation of retrofitting programmes in LIH
 

 

 

Guidelines

Recommendation 5 -

Reinforce the use of monitoring systems managed by the inhabitants themselves (smart metering devices) mainstreaming them.

Recommendation 37 -

Aggregate smart meter data produced, in order to create open data applications and monitor the cost of energy

 

Recommendation 86 -

Analyze before/after results with accurate data, by installing metering devices before refurbishment

Recommendation 87 -

Install metering devices into the dwellings with direct feedback and energy tips towards inhabitants

Recommendation 88 -

Install smart metering devices with screens and interfaces for direct consumptions monitoring by the user completed by monthly report

Recommendation 89 -

Go beyond uncertainty in the estimation of energy savings by monitoring the real consumption of different elements: appliances, lighting, heating, etc.

Recommendation 90 -

Measure comfort improvement through a long-term approach

Recommendation 91 -

Inform inhabitants on the basis of a global involvment strategy trough the Pilote Project Collaborative Group, events, meetings...

Recommendation 92 -

Contribute to define innovative financial engineering with public authorities

Recommendation 94 -

Avoid dependency regarding data access, and after-sales services with smart meters suppliers


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation methodology
ELIHMed_Evaluation_pub.pdf
Project implementation & evaluation methodology

Project implementation & evaluation methodology

ELIHMed_Evaluation_pub.pdf
Pilot implementation & evaluation

Pilot implementation & evaluation

Pilot implementation & evaluation.pdf
Evaluation ofSassari pilot projects results and impacts on public policies ELIHMed_LAORE_WP5_Final report r.pdf

Foto

Indoor temperature monitoring

Indoor temperature monitoring

Opaque wall U-value measurement

Opaque wall U-value measurement


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers

Financing

Financial mechanisms have a significant effect on the successful realization of the pilot projects. The innovative financial mechanisms is a key factor in the pilot projects.
A financial plan allows to get an overall control on the economic situation of the pilot project, and it influences the decision on each step in the fulfilment of the projects.
Generally, the financial mechanisms include the financial support from the municipality and some companies. Particularly, the target group of ELIH-Med programme is the low income housing dwellings, for this purpose, the innovative financial mechanisms occupy a great proportion in the financial mechanisms.
The financial plan foreseen in ELIH-Med work plan consists of:
- planned cost of energy-saving measures € 360,000.00 VAT incl.
- planned cost of the overall pilot (energy audit, smart monitoring/ metering, evaluation…) €. 60,000 VAT included

 

Innovative financial mechanisms used:

Guidelines

Recommendation 8 -

Take into consideration that residents energy bill reduction is difficult to achieve, because of low financial situation and energy consumptions

Recommendation 9 -

Implement financial tools taking into consideration the different types of owners, and considering the low ROI (warantee mechanism)

Recommendation 10 -

Facilitate financial engineering flexibility: mixing EU funds and mixing public/private funds

Recommendation 38 -

Create a unique desk dedicated to harmonize fund distribution:

  • Targeting available funds dedicated to energy efficiency retrofitting projects ;
  • Matching the different taxes optimization incentives and local grants;
  • Developing a financial engineering tool mobilizing European and/or National     programmes and funds;
  • Coordinating public/private patnership;                                        
  • Decreasing bureaucracy procedures to get administrative funding approvals in time  

Recommendation 43 -

Encourage small-scale interventions to increase energy efficiency, and to increase the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 95 -

Continue to finance extra works during the refurbishment process

Recommendation 96 -

Involve private local funders with regular feedback and data on the project

Recommendation 99 -

Implement small-scale interventions for increasing energy efficiency and the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 100 -

Reinforce "net metering" mechanisms - electric energy generated is delivered to local distribution facilities; as Scambio sul posto 

Recommendation 128 -

Enhance local company sponsorship by offering equipments  

Recommendation 129 -

Increase ESCO's involvement by matching their money savings objectives with thermal comfort goals of low-income tenants 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Tenders

Calls for public tenders are procedures applied to generate offers from companies competing for works, supply or service contracts in the framework of public procurement.This procedure creates a mutual benefit that the service providers who win the tender can have the opportunity and experience of cooperating with EU program and meanwhile with the sufficient procurement provided by the tender, the pilot projects can be carried out smoothly.
Generally, a typical invitation to tender template is formed with the following sections: Introduction, Project background, Legal issues, Maintaining issues, Supplier response required, Timetable for choosing the supplier and Requirements.
For implementing pilot projects in Sassari Province, different calls for tenders and related activities were made, in particular:
- call of architectural study for selecting architect to carry out the project design
- call of definitive and executive design
- call for tender: execution phase of the retrofitting work
- using the greatest rebate
- respect of public procurement rules: Dlgs 163/2006 “Codice degli appalti”
- n° 53 offers received
 
Technical Specification contracting includes:
- definition of technical specifications
- work contract with contractor company
- starting the refurbishing works
- date of the end of the works

Guidelines

Recommendation 11 -

Update public tenders framework integrating green procurement processes, simplifying procedures and indentifying responsabilities

Recommendation 44 -

Update the public tenders documentation with new energy savings technologies 

Recommendation 101 -

Add bonus for applicants proposing additional measures for the same price (best value) and sponsorship

Recommendation 102 -

Add bonus for applicants using local materials

Recommendation 103 -

Professionalize tender engineering

Recommendation 105 -

Have flexible public tender templates adapted to the project needs

Recommendation 106 -

Insert a contractors/tenants ''good relationship'' as a criteria of selection

Recommendation 107 -

Involve inhabitants in the renovation process in order to obtain additional points


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Call for public tender Call for tender_Elih-med_Laore.pdf
Call regulation Call regulation_Elih-med_Laore.pdf
Reply letters and self-certification Reply letters and self-certification.pdf


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Refurbishment

Based on the preliminary analysis, the current energy class of all 30 pilot buildings corresponds to G, the energy consumptions are quite high, and amount to 317 - 437 kW/m2-yr.
The identified energy efficiency measures are given in the following table.

 

 
It is expected that after retrofitting, although the energy rating remains the same the energy consumption of 30 pilot buildings shall be around 40% less, with energy performance 225 kWh/m2-year.

Guidelines

Recommendation 46 -

Encourage the use of passive systems

Recommendation 48 -

Focus on a cost/benefits approach taking into account ROI and global expenses for the beneficiaries

Recommendation 49 -

Avoid high energy performances targets, considered as financially expensive and complex systems for the tenants

Recommendation 50 -

Match urban renovation projects (equipement, infrastructure, public spaces renewal) with low-income household dwellings retrofitted at local scale

Recommendation 51 -

Rehouse tenants durings works when it is necessary and possible   

Recommendation 52 -

Promote the use of heat pumps for heating and cooling

Recommendation 108 -

Anticipate building structural issues (i.e. asbestos)

Recommendation 110 -

Implement innovative and local insulation materials    

Recommendation 111 -

Maximize external insulation benefits with thermostatic heating control        

Recommendation 112 -

Work on materials properties regarding summer comfort technical solutions

Recommendation 113 -

Use district heating   

Recommendation 114 -

Match at municipal scale, urban renovation projects (equipements, infrastructures, public spaces renewal) and retrofitting process towards dwellings occupied by low-income households

Recommendation 115 -

Choose effective and simple solutions (due to limited budget, forbidden external interventions, presence of tenants in the dwelling)

Recommendation 117 -

Develop quicker payment methods for contractors (benefits on the works, avoiding delays)

Recommendation 119 -

Take advantage of cross ventilation

Recommendation 130 -

Reinforce training and technical expertise towards companies for the implementation of integrated energy efficiency measures

Recommendation 131 -

Provide innovative technical engineering tools and ensure the maintenance works


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Pilot Energy Efficiency experiment in Sassari Province
Detail technical information of pilot projects
pp sheet LAORE c.pdf
Pilot Project Progress in Sardinia
The last project progres
Sardinia pilot projects Marseille final.pdf
Refurbishment example 1 BERTOLOTTI.pdf
Refurbishment example 2 RADOVINI.pdf

Foto

A new attic insulated

A new attic insulated

New attic installation

New attic installation

High performance window replacement

High performance window replacement


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan

Dissemination   

The communication and dissemination of the pilot project are mainly carried out:
- The web site www.sardegnaagricoltura.it
- Participation in many communication meetings and activity
 
In particular:
- the 15 October 2012 Regional Meeting in Oliena on the Governance of the Renewable Energies
- the 20 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Campanedda - Sassari
- the 3th June 2013 International Meeting “Smart City” in Cagliari with illustration of the Project ELIHMED
- the 20 - 21 June 2013 in Cagliari: "General Assembly of CMPR ISLAND Commission"
- the 21th June 2013 Meeting of the CPRM Islands Commission in Cagliari, with a session dedicated to the
  Project ELIHMED
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in campanedda - Sassari
- the 10 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 25th September 2013 General Assembly of CPRM in St. Malo
- the 25 September 2013 in S.Malo: "Plenary meeting of the Intermediterranean Commission"
- the 21th October 2013 Meeting in Campanedda (Sassari) with the Regional and Local Stakeholders
- the 29 November 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the presentation of a degree thesis on the Project ELIHMED: “Energy retrofit of rural houses of
  ETFAS compounds”. The work will be published on an international scientific journal
- the 06 May 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 02 July 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 03 October 2014 in Porto Conte  - Alghero Awareness Campaign National meeting "The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"

 

During the local meeting with the stakeholders the technicians and external experts provide some information and an educational path connected on environmental sustainability, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy efficiency and saving.
These activity is strongly linked to the rural territory in which houses are placed.
ELIH-Med communication activities have been connected with the communication activity of LAORE Sardegna in its communication campaign.
To reach the goal of raise awareness on environmental sustainability, LAORE’s project team involved all possible regional stakeholders.
Many communication activities are held to promote the dissemination of the pilot project: in particular, LAORE Sardegna increased the value of the Sardinian wool, produced with an international patent as biological insulating, used in the new attic insulated.
 
Capitalisation   
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Guidelines

Recommendation 13 -

Promote ELIH-Med pilots' main outputs and best practices, and taking them into consideration in public policies

Recommendation 120 -

Ensure long term savings through the awareness campaign and the pilot project participative group

Recommendation 121 -

Use certified monitoring equipments in order to convince energy efficiency investors of energy-efficiency measures benefits

Recommendation 122 -

Pursue energy retrofitting measures and extend them to the remaining building stock 

Recommendation 133 -

Overcome the idea that low-income housing has a very low energy savings potential 

R00 -

 

 How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (EN)
 A short dissemination video which illustrates what can be done to improve energy efficiency and save    money in a lowincome house

 

 

 

 

 

 


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf

Foto

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Video

ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia 2
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Comente mezorare satoliu de senergia in sas domos de familias cun pagos introitos? (Sardo)
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
Sardinia pilot project (IT)
PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
2nd PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
PPCG awareness campaign in Campanedda (Sardinia)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Policy paper and Ljubljana declaration

ELIH-Med capitalisation activities are framed in general by the EU2020 strategy and the discussions about the next programming period priorities. They try to fit with the pan-European objectives and they also constitute inputs for the 2014-2020 operational programs.

The two main outcomings of ELIH-Med capitalisation activity are
Policy Paper
and Ljubljana Declaration.

  Policy Paper  

Since the beginning of the project (April 2011), ELIH-Med has associated with another MED strategic project dealing with energy efficiency in buildings, MARIE, in order to have a common message to deliver to policy-maker. The main outcome of this joint capitalisation process is a Policy Paper aiming to improve Med transnational cooperation answers to energy efficiency challenges in buildings. PROFORBIOMED project has joint the process, and a cooperation agreement between the three projects was signed in November 2012.

  Ljubljana Declaration 

On 23rd and 24th October 2013, the annual event of the MED Programme was held in Lisbon. On the occasion, the Ljubljana Declaration was signed jointly by the lead partners of the 3 strategy MED projects - ELIH–Med, Marie & PROFORBIOMED.

The whole version of the Policy Paper and the Ljuljana Declaration (Itaian version) are downloadable.

Guidelines


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Ljubljana Declaration (IT) ELIH-Med-dichiarazione_di_Lubiana_it.pdf


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Frattamaggiore

Italy
Frattamaggiore is part of the huge Neapolitan hinterland that has almost 3 million inhabitants and spans an area of approximately 1170 km2. The city has a population of 30,108 citizens and is 5.32 km2 in size, with a very high population density (5.659 people per km2).
 
Frattamaggiore has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers, but it is refreshed by the sea breeze. Average temperatures range from 10.8°C in winter and 24.2°C in summer.
The annual average heating degree days in Frattamaggiore are 1008.
Diagnosis

The diagnosis made for Frattamaggiore includes of:
- Building inspection (qualitative approach)
- Energy audit (including calculation)
- Inhabitant wishes (or claims)
 
The energy audit of the dwellings has been made by means of the DOCET software, developed by the ENEA, taking into account different building components and using the values calculated according to the UNI-EN-ISO 13786.
All 18 pilot flats have been selected from the ground floor of two 5-storey multi-family building blocks, located inside one residence building complex constructed in 1986. As a typical low income dwelling of that time, the characteristics of pilot building structure (opaque components) are given in the following table.
 

 

The preliminary analysis results show that, before retrofitting, the pilot buildings have an energy class G; the average specific energy consumption of the dwellings amounts to 198 kWh/m2- year.

Guidelines

Recommendation 18 -

Mandate the use of dynamic calculation in addition to separate metering and monitoring devices, for a more accurate assessment during the diagnosis

Recommendation 19 -

Consider comfort and health improvement as major criteria of project success, as well as energy efficiency

Recommendation 20 -

Organize a services' offer to drive diagnosis, to implement labelling, to collect and analyze smart meter data

Recommendation 21 -

Take into consideration the cooling demand according to climatic specificities

Recommendation 29 -

Implement an energy audit and assessment at neigbourhood scale (physical interaction with the surrounding buildings, green spaces, infrastructure, wind…), in addition to the dwelling scale

Recommendation 64 -

Develop consistent objectives and precise results to achieve, in terms of: energy efficiency, comfort, health and social improvement

Recommendation 65 -

Implement a diagnosis in a labelling approach

Recommendation 66 -

Take into account technical, structural and architectural criteria during the audits

Recommendation 67 -

Take into consideration comfort improvement - including summer comfort - through a detailed questionnaire for the inhabitants and trough monitoring equipment

Recommendation 68 -

Implement a more accurate survey about the owners behaviours regarding their ''hand made'' heating systems (individual fuel and electric devices, wood, etc.) and cooling systems

Recommendation 70 -

Involve inhabitants at diagnosis' stage

Recommendation 71 -

Regularly feed regional databases on the smart metering and surveys results

Recommendation 76 -

Take into consideration that the main part of energy consumption in the Mediterranean is about cooling demand

Recommendation 124 -

Enhance professionals cooperation in order to maximize data accuracy on electricity and gas during audits 

Recommendation 134 -

Require a buildings Energy-Efficiency regulation focuses on energy savings to achieve for new or renovated housing 

Recommendation 135 -

Mandate "as-built" reports by the constructor, when refurbishment is completed, on the building envelope, systems and energy performance


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Living comfort survey

Questionnaire

comfort questionarioB17.pdf
Data collection table

Questionnaire

data collection table.xlsx

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Pilot dwelling

Pilot dwelling

Site visit

Site visit


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
 
For Frattamaggiore pilot project, the tenants were informed and involved through “face to face” meetings. During these meetings, the main objectives, the technical interventions and the energy and economic benefits were presented and explained. The municipality has appointed both internal staff and external, part of PPCG as responsible for contacts with tenants and as promoters of the spread of the awareness campaign.
 
Further, as important stakeholders, two important local institutions, such as the ANEA (Neapolitan Agency for Energy and the Environment) and the ACEN (Association of Builders of Naples and province) were involved in the dissemination of the objectives and results of the pilot project, as well as Administrations of 5 municipalities nearby Frattamaggiore town (Frattaminore , Grumo Nevano, Sant'Arpino, Succivo and Cesa, for a total population of about 94.686 inhabitants); with those lasts Frattamaggiore is going to develop the SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plans) funded by the Campania Region Authority.

Guidelines

Recommendation 2 -

Stimulate EU Mediterranean labelling and/or certification for social housing

 

Recommendation 3 -

Implement training policies related to energy efficiency in LIH based on ELIH-Med pilot results

Recommendation 4 -

Promote inhabitants involvement in housing renovation regulations with dedicated funds

Recommendation 7 -

Implement an integrated approach of low income households focused on:

  • economic situation,
  • health conditions,
  • employment, etc.

Recommendation 28 -

Implement a Territorial Professional Management Group:   

  • Involving: contracting authorities, private sector, and professionals 
  • Offering training services in order to disseminate good practices,     
  • Promoting innovative processes,    
  • Contributing to local technical methodologies, etc.

Recommendation 30 -

Implement Piano Casa mechanisms

Recommendation 31 -

Drive low income private owners awareness campaigns:                

  • Sharing vocabulary, knowledge and experiences;
  • Explaining refurbishment process;
  • Training them to use monitoring devices/smart meters;
  • Facilitating access to diagnosis' services and to retrofiting public and private funds;
  • Implementing financial incentives to drive awareness campaigns

Recommendation 32 -

Involve owner representatives in the selection process because there is a majority of low-income private owners hardly reachable

Recommendation 34 -

Take into consideration that energy efficiency is a secondary concern, compared with residents' daily priorities

Recommendation 35 -

Mandate owners commitment and transparency on their income and energy bills, in order to apply to retrofitting processes

Recommendation 36 -

Enhance integration programs in order local population can participate to the retrofitting works

Recommendation 77 -

Implement Territorial Management Groups at the beginning of the project:                     

  • Involving public authorities, key private stakeholders (as PV, banks, net metering and utility companies); inhabitants' representatives and social services;
  • Reinforcing their involvement in the process;                                              
  • Implementing a global approach in technical, social and administrative terms;
  • Participating to the monitoring process

Recommendation 78 -

Undertake thermographic surveys as part of the energy audits, in order to better implement energy performance diagnosis

Recommendation 79 -

Inform inhabitants on the basis of a global involvement strategy, through Participative Groups meetings, awareness tools, events, etc.

Recommendation 81 -

Promote innovative social approaches and active self construction works, in a 'do it yourself' concept

Recommendation 82 -

Encourage owners who asked for additional works by providing them technical and financial advices

Recommendation 83 -

Take into consideration livability and quality of life (hygiene and health) prior to energy efficiency

Recommendation 84 -

Identify building malfunctions from the beginning of the identification process, by directly involving tenants

Recommendation 85 -

Develop an informative approach towards inhabitants based on in-site visits (monthly)

Recommendation 125 -

Offer legal and technical assistance to support contracting authorities involved in ESCO's partnership, in order to overcome mistrust issues

Recommendation 126 -

Participate to Territorial Management Groups in order to identify business opportunities

Recommendation 127 -

Regularly collect data through surveys (on technical, social and energy topics) in order to anticipate inhabitants consumption needs


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Video

National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Monitoring

The monitoring plan provides measurements for all 18 units divided into 4 typologies which characterize them:
A) only passive (external wall insulation, windows replacement);
B) passive + photovoltaic + solar thermal;
C) passive + heat pump + solar thermal;
D) passive + solar + heat pump + solar thermal;
 
Moreover, other two units that were not involved into the refurbishment workings, taken as a reference model of the “before refurbishment” condition, are included in the monitoring phase.
 
The monitoring plan for all the these dwellings provides measurements of the following parameters:
- External and internal temperatures, collected at two times of the day;
- Indoor and outdoor relative humidity, collected at two times of the day;
- Measurement of electricity consumption, twice a month;
- Monthly measurement of thermal energy production of solar modules.
 
The monitoring started on 1st July 2014.
Furthermore, in 4 sample dwellings (corresponding to the different typologies of intervention plus 1 relative to the housing that was the subject of refurbishment workings), through appropriate devices with the possibility of reading the data remotely, the following parameters will be detected:
- External and internal temperatures, measured at regular intervals of one hour;
- Indoor and outdoor relative humidity, measured at regular intervals of one hour;
- Daily measurement of electricity consumption;
- Daily measurement of the electricity production of photovoltaic modules.
 
This type of monitoring started on 1st September 2014 and will last for 5 years.
In addition, as regards the gas consumption, the number of gas cylinders used for each dwelling  is being monthly monitored.

Guidelines

Recommendation 5 -

Reinforce the use of monitoring systems managed by the inhabitants themselves (smart metering devices) mainstreaming them.

Recommendation 37 -

Aggregate smart meter data produced, in order to create open data applications and monitor the cost of energy

 

Recommendation 86 -

Analyze before/after results with accurate data, by installing metering devices before refurbishment

Recommendation 87 -

Install metering devices into the dwellings with direct feedback and energy tips towards inhabitants

Recommendation 88 -

Install smart metering devices with screens and interfaces for direct consumptions monitoring by the user completed by monthly report

Recommendation 89 -

Go beyond uncertainty in the estimation of energy savings by monitoring the real consumption of different elements: appliances, lighting, heating, etc.

Recommendation 90 -

Measure comfort improvement through a long-term approach

Recommendation 91 -

Associate Territorial Management Group in monitoring process

Recommendation 92 -

Contribute to define innovative financial engineering with public authorities

Recommendation 94 -

Avoid dependency regarding data access, and after-sales services with smart meters suppliers


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation
Pilot projects implementation and evaluation methodology
ELIHMed_Evaluation_pub.pdf
Project implementation & evaluation methodology

Project implementation & evaluation methodology

ELIHMed_Evaluation_pub.pdf
Pilot implementation & evaluation

Pilot implementation & evaluation

Pilot implementation & evaluation.pdf
Evaluation of Frattamaggiore pilot projects results and impacts on public policies

 

D5.6.1-1 Frattamaggiore Final Report_web.pdf
Evaluation of Frattamaggiore pilot projects - Annexes (IT) ELIHMed_FRATTAMAGGIORE_WP5_Annexes.pdf


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Financing

Financial mechanisms had a significant effect on the successful realization of the pilot projects. The innovative financial mechanisms was a key factor in the pilot projects.                                            
A financial plan allowed to get an overall control on the economic situation of the pilot project, and it influenced the decision on each step in the fulfilment of the projects.
 
Generally, the financial mechanisms included the financial support from the municipality and some companies. Particularly, the target group of ELIH-Med programme was the low income housing dwellings, for this purpose, the innovative financial mechanisms occupied a great proportion in the financial mechanisms.
 

Guidelines

Recommendation 8 -

Take into consideration that residents energy bill reduction is difficult to achieve, because of low financial situation and energy consumptions

Recommendation 9 -

Implement financial tools taking into consideration the different types of owners, and considering the low ROI (warantee mechanism)

Recommendation 10 -

Facilitate financial engineering flexibility: mixing EU funds and mixing public/private funds

Recommendation 38 -

Create a unique desk dedicated to harmonize fund distribution:

  • Targeting available funds dedicated to energy efficiency retrofitting projects ;
  • Matching the different taxes optimization incentives and local grants;
  • Developing a financial engineering tool mobilizing European and/or National     programmes and funds;
  • Coordinating public/private patnership;                                        
  • Decreasing bureaucracy procedures to get administrative funding approvals in time  

Recommendation 43 -

Encourage small-scale interventions to increase energy efficiency, and to increase the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 95 -

Continue to finance extra works during the refurbishment process

Recommendation 96 -

Involve private local funders with regular feedback and data on the project

Recommendation 99 -

Implement small-scale interventions for increasing energy efficiency and the production of thermal energy from renewable sources, as Conto Termico

Recommendation 100 -

Reinforce "net metering" mechanisms - electric energy generated is delivered to local distribution facilities; as Scambio sul posto 

Recommendation 128 -

Enhance local company sponsorship by offering equipments  

Recommendation 129 -

Increase ESCO's involvement by matching their money savings objectives with thermal comfort goals of low-income tenants 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Tenders

Calls for public tenders are procedures applied to generate offers from companies competing for works, supply or service contracts in the framework of public procurement.This procedure creates a mutual benefit that the service providers who win the tender can have the opportunity and experience of cooperating with EU program and meanwhile with the sufficient procurement provided by the tender, the pilot projects can be carried out smoothly.
Generally, a typical invitation to tender template is formed with the following sections: Introduction, Project background, Legal issues, Maintaining issues, Supplier response required, Timetable for choosing the supplier and Requirements.
 
In principle, the evaluation of the offers has been made on the basis of economic aspects; however, taking into consideration the energy saving target established in ELIH-Med, the following technical conditions have been evaluated.
- Energy saving target: minimum 40% energy saving/dwelling (obliged)
- Quality: technical and architectural quality of the offer as well as additional improvements proposed, in particular, architectural integration of PV and solar thermal
  plants
- Logistics: logistics solutions and organization of retrofitting activities proposed to reduce the interference of work with the daily activities of the inhabitants
- Employment: hiring tenants of plot dwellings, the inhabitants living in the same residential area or in Frattamaggior town to implement refurbishment activities
- Project developer: extra scores for project developers resident in or nearby Frattamaggiore town
- Time: the time reduction of energy saving refurbishment

Guidelines

Recommendation 11 -

Update public tenders framework integrating green procurement processes, simplifying procedures and indentifying responsabilities

Recommendation 44 -

Update the public tenders documentation with new energy savings technologies 

Recommendation 101 -

Add bonus for applicants proposing additional measures for the same price (best value) and sponsorship

Recommendation 102 -

Add bonus for applicants using local materials

Recommendation 103 -

Professionalize tender engineering

Recommendation 104 -

Explain the technical innovative solutions and their specifications in the call for tenders

Recommendation 105 -

Have flexible public tender templates adapted to the project needs

Recommendation 106 -

Insert a contractors/tenants ''good relationship'' as a criteria of selection

Recommendation 107 -

Involve inhabitants in the renovation process in order to obtain additional points


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Call for public tender

Call for public tender (Frattamaggiore)

Call for Tender (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Presentation of the call for public tender

Presentation of the call for public tender


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities, Policy makers

Refurbishment

The preliminary energy audit results show that, before retrofitting, the pilot buildings have an energy class G; the average specific energy consumption of the dwellings amounts to 198 kWh/m2- year.
 
The identified energy efficiency measures are given in the following table.

 

The interventions and the number of pilot flats involved are given in the following table.

Guidelines

Recommendation 46 -

Encourage the use of passive systems

Recommendation 48 -

Focus on a cost/benefits approach taking into account ROI and global expenses for the beneficiaries

Recommendation 49 -

Avoid high energy performances targets, considered as financially expensive and complex systems for the tenants

Recommendation 50 -

Match urban renovation projects (equipement, infrastructure, public spaces renewal) with low-income household dwellings retrofitted at local scale

Recommendation 51 -

Rehouse tenants durings works when it is necessary and possible   

Recommendation 52 -

Promote the use of heat pumps for heating and cooling

Recommendation 108 -

Anticipate building structural issues (i.e. asbestos)

Recommendation 109 -

Have a detailed work plan/programme including technical measures, in order to narrow occupants disruption during refurbishment process

Recommendation 110 -

Implement innovative and local insulation materials    

Recommendation 111 -

Maximize external insulation benefits with thermostatic heating control        

Recommendation 112 -

Work on materials properties regarding summer comfort technical solutions

Recommendation 113 -

Use district heating   

Recommendation 114 -

Match at municipal scale, urban renovation projects (equipements, infrastructures, public spaces renewal) and retrofitting process towards dwellings occupied by low-income households

Recommendation 115 -

Choose effective and simple solutions (due to limited budget, forbidden external interventions, presence of tenants in the dwelling)

Recommendation 117 -

Develop quicker payment methods for contractors (benefits on the works, avoiding delays)

Recommendation 119 -

Take advantage of cross ventilation

Recommendation 130 -

Reinforce training and technical expertise towards companies for the implementation of integrated energy efficiency measures

Recommendation 131 -

Provide innovative technical engineering tools and ensure the maintenance works


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Refurbishment plan ARC01_B01_RelazioneTecnicaDescrittiva.pdf

Foto

Project design

Project design

Building entrance with new buffer spaces

Building entrance with new buffer spaces

Inner of new buffer spaces

Inner of new buffer spaces

High energy performance window replacement

High energy performance window replacement

Building after refurbishment (Fratt)

Building after refurbishment (Fratt)

Building after refurbishment (in detail)

Building after refurbishment (in detail)

Refurbishing work (Frattamaggiore)

Refurbishing work (Frattamaggiore)


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
The awareness campaign has two different targets: the tenants and the local population and a national audience.
 
Target: Tenants
The awareness campaign towards the tenants has been aimed, on one hand, at sharing the planned interventions and building consensus and, on the other hand, at creating an aware management of the facilities and of the refurbishment works after their implementation.
The tenants has been involved through:
- Surveys
- Direct interviews
- Energy audits
 
Target: Local and National Population
The communication campaign for the dissemination of the project towards local population and a national audience, started in April 2013.
Other tools used for dissemination are:
- You Tube Channel
- Web ADV campaign
- Website, New Media and Social Networks
- Press Office, with the publication and the passage of more than 30 articles and/or services both in local and national newspapers and televisions

Guidelines

Recommendation 13 -

Promote ELIH-Med pilots' main outputs and best practices, and taking them into consideration in public policies

Recommendation 120 -

Ensure long term savings through the awareness campaign and the pilot project participative group

Recommendation 121 -

Use certified monitoring equipments in order to convince energy efficiency investors of energy-efficiency measures benefits

Recommendation 122 -

Pursue energy retrofitting measures and extend them to the remaining building stock 

Recommendation 133 -

Overcome the idea that low-income housing has a very low energy savings potential 

R00 -

 

 How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (EN)
 A short dissemination video which illustrates what can be done to improve energy efficiency and save    money in a lowincome house

 

 

 

 

 

 


Foto

Dissemination at national level

Dissemination at national level

Project presentation at local level

Project presentation at local level

Presentation of the call

Presentation of the call

Video

Frattamaggiore pilot project (IT)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Policy paper and Ljubljana declaration

ELIH-Med capitalisation activities are framed in general by the EU2020 strategy and the discussions about the next programming period priorities. They try to fit with the pan-European objectives and they also constitute inputs for the 2014-2020 operational programs.
The two main outcomings of ELIH-Med capitalisation activity are Policy Paper and Ljubljana Declaration. 
 
 Policy Paper  
Since the beginning of the project (April 2011), ELIH-Med has associated with another MED strategic project dealing with energy efficiency in buildings, MARIE, in order to have a common message to deliver to policy-maker. The main outcome of this joint capitalisation process is a Policy Paper aiming to improve Med transnational cooperation answers to energy efficiency challenges in buildings. PROFORBIOMED project has joint the process, and a cooperation agreement between the three projects was signed in November 2012.
 
 Ljubljana Declaration  
On 23rd and 24th October 2013, the annual event of the MED Programme was held in Lisbon. On the occasion, the Ljubljana Declaration was signed jointly by the lead partners of the 3 strategy MED projects - ELIH–Med, Marie & PROFORBIOMED.
 
The whole version of the Policy Paper and the Ljuljana Declaration (Itaian version) are downloadable.

Guidelines


Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Ljubljana Declaration (IT) ELIH-Med-dichiarazione_di_Lubiana_it.pdf


Target