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Resource: Roadmap for an Intelligent Metering, Monitoring and Training Programme

Name of organisation: IEE project "Intelligent Metering" reviewed by Consorzio Nazionale CasaQualità (I)

Type of ressource: guidance documents

Addressed barriers:

  • technical
  • skills/ knowledge gap
  • behavior resulting in energy wastage

Addressed users:

  • building user (social housing organization)
  • tenant/ cooperator
  • building owner
  • public decision maker


  • English
  • Danish

Process stage:

  • use phase (occupancy briefing)
  • asset management
  • user involvement process


Project Management Monitoring


This document has been developed to help others (e.g. in the public sector) use the training and intelligent metering approach.
Through this easy step-by-step guide aims to promote increased understanding of the advantages and opportunities available from intelligent metering.
It covers the following issues:
• the Needs assessment aims to support identification of the requirements of an intelligent metering and monitoring system in relation to the requirements of the building, its users and the outputs required. It examines what parameters should be monitored based on the needs of the data use;
• the choice of the Monitoring system. This involves the definition of the system inputs and outputs required, the approach to be used and the levelof additional data/information required;
• the Data Analysis process aims to Manage the monitoring programme, the data and review the outputs;
the Training Process aims to train building occupants in energy and water saving through behavioural change and to encourage and allow the building occupants to relate to the data being provided to support this behavioural change.


About 70 public sector buildings in 4 European countries (Austria, Denmark, Germany and the UK) have been monitored and have gave examples of the use of intelligent metering and training experiences.

The buildings have been typical of a range of types of local authority buildings found across Europe, and have included offices, schools, leisure centres, and community centres.


This document covers associated costs of intelligent metering systems

Related other documents:
- Summary of monitoring needs;
- Comparisons of existing monitoring systems