Industrial Campus in Grenoble, FR

T11 building is a part of more global Green Ovalley project aiming to reduce the number of Schneider Electric buildings in Grenoble. T11 sits (Schneider Electric Industry / Energy Business research and Development) on 38TEC site located in Grenoble Peninsula. T11 has a target set to be a high efficiency building  45kWh/m‚/y all end uses) with some PV  production and a high level of comfort for occupants (responsive building rather than a smart building).

Residential Building in
Cardiff, UK

Tŷ Smart is a recently-built prototype smart house under development by Cardiff team, representative of contemporary new  houses built in the UK. Energy efficiency of the house is rated A (UK Standard Assessment Procedure—SAP score: 96), the highest rating that can be achieved, whilst the average rating of dwellings in the UK is D (60). The rating is a result of high performance envelope (U-values: 0.2, 0.11 and 0.16 W/m2K for walls, roofs and floors, respectively), efficient gas boiler and radiators, time and temperature based zone controls using Cardiff’s Smart BMS, low energy LED lighting, whole house heat-recovery ventilation (HRV), 3.9 kWp solar PV and the measured low permeability of 4.8 m3/m2hr at 50 Pa. Two persons occupy the house which will enable realistic representation and investigation of user behaviour and interaction in demand response, both before and after modification to the energy and environmental systems

Smart House in
Bergamo, IT

Schneider Electric SPA will test the TABEDE solution in a pilot case located in the province of Bergamo, northern Italy. The chosen demonstration site is a residential building, recently refurbished and with a very basic BMS system installed. The typology of this building, with no or limited technological solutions for monitoring installed, is one of the most common for the Italian and European residential market, therefore it is important to properly study it in the TABEDE project to ensure the largest replicability of the outcomes.