Enabling Sustainable Building Performance: Data Exchange Innovations by MODERATE Project

MODERATE will participate at REHVA Brussels Summit on the 14th of November with a dedicated session.

The “Enabling Sustainable Building Performance: Data Exchange Innovations by MODERATE Project” workshop is designed to explore the pivotal role of data exchange in achieving sustainable building performance. In an era marked by growing environmental concerns and energy efficiency demands, this workshop focuses on key objectives critical to advancing the field:

Understanding EPBD Article 14: Gain insights into the significance of data exchange as outlined in the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) Article 14. Explore how this directive can be leveraged to drive sustainability in building operations.

MODERATE Models Unveiled: Discover cutting-edge models developed by the MODERATE Project, designed to harness data for optimizing building performance. Explore their capabilities and applications.

Expert Insights and Best Practices: Engage with industry thought leaders and practitioners to delve into best practices for sustainable building data exchange. Learn from real-world case studies and explore the potential challenges and opportunities in this domain.

Data-Driven Sustainability: Examine the practical implications of data-driven insights in achieving energy efficiency and environmental sustainability goals within buildings.

Join us for this thought-provoking workshop, where experts, policymakers, and practitioners converge to explore the transformative potential of data exchange in shaping a more sustainable built environment. Together, we can pave the way for a greener and more energy-efficient future in construction and building operations.



Welcoming and Introduction to the MODERATE project- Sofia Bazzano, EU Project and Financial Officer at REHVA



Keynote session from DG Energy on the EPBD Article 14 Data exchangeSpeaker TBD


16.00- 16.15

Presentation on the MODERATE models- Mohsen Sharifi, Researcher at Vito




  • Round table discussion- moderated by Alfonso Capozzoli, Associate Professor Department of Energy (DENERG), Politecnico di Torino
  • Interactive SLIDO questionnaire



Conclusions and Final Remarks by REHVA



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