IEA – ECES Annex 23 – Status Report
May 15, 2012 Spain
Concordia Research Chair
– Energy & Environment
Department of Building, Civil and Environmental
Concordia University, Montreal
University of Southern Australia
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Department of Building Engineering, Concordia University
Laboratoire des Technologies de l'énergie d'Hydro-Québec
Department of Building Science, Tsinghua University
Technical University of Denmark
CETHIL, INSA de LYON
Depart. of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, La Rochelle University
Laboratory of Heat Transfer & Environmental Engineering, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle
University - Thessaloniki
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
The University of Auckland
GREA Innovació Concurrent, University of Lleida
Chalmers University of Technology
Faculty of Architecture, Dept. of Architecture, DEU
University of Ulster
To share the information among the members and to
“inform” the members about all the considered systems
To give the actual picture of ES use in each country, design concepts used and practical results,
To highlight limitations and needs for new research activities.
Task has been completed
Improve the knowledge of the storage material has been identified as the most important information to improve the technology.
Optimization is necessary for the control, sizing, system integration and modification, fundamental and applied research is needed to remove many hurdles in the large scale applications of these technologies.
Collaborative evaluation of energy storage usage and proposed efficient systems based on Subtask
A and other Annex results .
Evaluation and inclusion of related finding
Identification of obstacles
techniques. to effective storage
The final report was presented yesterday
Workshop: to discuss the findings of A&B
Development of Sustainable Energy Storage
Designs for a variety of Ultra-low energy building thermal and phase change materials options .
Conceptual design of ultra-low energy building types with energy storage,
A number of case studies have been performed.
Development of improved tools for modeling, simulation and optimization for integration
in comprehensive building simulation programs,
Develop a numerical model for PCM integrated walls (to be integrated with TRNSYS) and validated with field data from task D,
Perform detailed simulation to show the benefits of TES application in ultra low energy building.
Only one case study should be proposed for all participants.
Apply, monitor and evaluate demonstrations of these
climates in a number of countries and
To monitor experimental/prototype systems with
Energy Storage for model validation
(already built or under construction) with Energy Storage Systems ,
Data for model validation,
Comparison of efficiency and performance of technologies
A comprehensive data base has been developed.
PCM passive cooling with conventional brick, alveolar brick and concrete walls
Ventilated facade with PCM
Ventilated façade with concrete
Heat pump with PCM tanks
Water+PCM tanks for domestic hot water
PCM packed bed for cold storage
University of Savoie (France)
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
University of Lleida (Spain)
Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
BuroHappold (United Kingdom)
Identify technologies and applications needed in the long-term to achieve ultra low energy building objectives and develop typical
Sustainable Energy Storage Designs
Work is under progress
Determination of thermal behaviour of new material/component (measuring technique),
Validated calculations and LCA tools for assessment of material/component,
What is the affects of this technology on other aspects e.g. IAQ, fire.
Annex 23 Forum – March 8, 2010, Lyon
Special Session @ PALENC 2010 Conference,
Special Session@ International Symposium on
Sustainable Systems and the Environment, 2011,
Special Session @ ISES Solar World Congress,
August 2011, Germany
Special Workshop and Sessions @ CLIMA
Alain MOREAU, Mr.
Laboratoire des technologies de l'énergie d'Hydro-Québec, CANADA
Christian INARD, Ph.D.
Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering,
La Rochelle University, FRANCE
Johannes KEVYN, Ph.D.
CETHIL, INSA de LYON, FRANCE
Albert CASTELL, Ph.D.
GREA Innovació Concurrent,
University of Lleida, EPS – CREA, SPAIN
Bijan ADL-ZARRABI, Ph.D.
Chalmers University of Technology, SWEDEN