Between the 14th and 15th November 2017, KiWi Power hosted the 5th General Assembly meeting and Technical Workshop for the MOEEBIUS Project that’s funded under the Horizon 2020 programme.
The MOEEBIUS project aims to uncover new tools and methodologies to reduce the gap between predicted and actual energy performance at the level of builsdings and blocks of buildings.
The project involves 15 research partners, of which KiWi Power is a leading contributor, but also includes Universities, SMEs, public sector bodies, and other research institutions from 10 EU countries.
The aim of the MOEEBIUS project is to introduce a Holistic Energy Performance Optimisation Framework that enhances modelling approaches (for both passive and active building elements), and delivers innovative simulation tools that help with predictions that significantly reduce the performance gap and enhance the continuous optimization of building energy performance.
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