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ESM DEFINITION AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

DEFINITIONS AFTER BASICS:


ESM. OPTIMIZATION.
ESM Energy Saving Measure
is implemented in order to improve the energy consumption of a building and related to heating aspects, warm water or electric poering for heating equipments. its impacts can eventually be monitored and evaluated regarding kWh and heating energy costs. can be optimized/influenced/present a potential to be improved. respect the time line presented below.

OPTIMIZATION

Optimization
is related to an ESM which show potential of improvement this potential can concern the 3 following objectives: - improve the economic model of the ESM. - enhance the energy efficiency. - increase the social performance and the reception of the ESM by tenants.) can lead to several types of actions: - management & strategic decision - technical intervention (control, maintenance, replacement) - increase the social performance and the reception of the ESM by tenants.

OPTIMIZED ESM

Optimized ESM
is the definitive version of the original ESM corrected with the optimization leads and tested during the implementation phase

TIME LINE

Time line ESM IMPLEMENTATION


before after RCx implementation

OPTIMIZED ESM
testing phase

OPTIMIZATION FINDING AND IMPLEMENTATION


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DEFINITIONS AFTER BASICS:


IMPACT ASSESSMENT BASIS
Name of the ESM : Description of the ESM :
(Simple description of the technical aspects & process) (O&M aspects)

Stakes :
(Economic & energy objectives ; tenants satisfaction and awareness, legal issues)

Evaluation :
(Assessment according to personal experience, professional knowledge and results of the Inventory) Scale
not relevant / reject not a priority neutral interesting investment (punctual implementation) prioritary (to be generalized)

Economic interest
(The assessment has to be done regarding the initial investment costs, the additional O&M costs and the payback period) Assessment

Energy interest
(The assessment has to be done regarding the percentage of primary energy savings ponderated by HDD) Assessment

Social interest
(The assessment has to be done globally regarding both the user-friendly potential of the ESM and its economic impact on the tenants invoice (sum rent + charges) Assessment

Optimization clues :
> Technical improvements (description/potential costs/complementary performance) > O&m improvements (description/potential costs/complementary performance)

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The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union. Neither the EACI nor the European Commission are responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.