Date: 21 February 2020
Time: 14:00 – 15:10 CET
The building sector is the single largest energy consumer in the EU and it has been observed that 75% of the EU’s buildings are energy inefficient. A modernised and refurbished building stock therefore has a key role to play in the transition to a smarter, renewable-intensive and decarbonised energy system, and in the longer term to a climate-neutral economy.
BuildHeat in collaboration with 4RinEU and UIPI invite you to its final webinar to discover innovative approaches, lessons learned and results achieved in the retrofitting of multifamily houses at the EU level.
Moderator: Alice De Ferrari (youris.com)
|14:00 – 14:05||BuildHeat Innovation: results and lessons learned||Roberto Fedrizzi (EURAC)|
|14:05 – 14:15||The BuildHeat Spanish demo case (Zaragoza):|
· The relationship with the occupants
· Heat pump and mechanical ventilation solution
(Zaragoza Vivienda)+Mario Smaniotto
|14: 15 – 14:25||The BuildHeat Italian demo case (Pinerolo):|
· Incentives and economic schemes
· External Façades
Roberto Fedrizzi (EURAC)
|14:25 – 14:35||4RinEU – Technologies and methodologies for Deep Energy Renovation of residential buildings||Roberto Lollini|
|14:35 – 14:45||4RinEU – Norwegian demo case (Oslo)||Roberta Pernetti|
|14:45 – 14:55||The voice of property owners||Emmanuelle Causse|
|14:55 – 15:10||Q&A||All|
European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is a month-long series of activities to build a secure energy future for Europe. It brings together public authorities, private companies, NGOs and consumers to promote initiatives to save energy and move towards renewables for clean, secure and efficient power.
Launched in 2006 by the European Commission, the EUSEW is organised by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) in close cooperation with Directorate-General for Energy.
This year, BuildHeat will partecipate to EUSEW with a Policy Conference in collaboration with other EU-funded like-minded H2020 projects. The Policy Conference is the biggest European conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe.
The session “Scaling up deep energy retrofit markets towards 2030 targets” will take place on 18 June – 16.00-17.30 in Brussels.
European Union fixed ambitious objectives in terms of building renovation. To reach them, market actors are searching for innovative solutions, providing a higher integration and adaptation to different situations in European countries. The refurbishment packages will also set oneself apart from other solutions if they succeed to have controlled budget.
The EU H2020 project STUNNING (SusTainable bUsiNess models for the deep reNovation of buIldiNGs) has the goal to promote successful and innovative building renovation packages and business models around a virtual and collaborative knowledge sharing platform: the STUNNING Renovation Hub, so as to accelerate their adoption.
After a short introduction of the STUNNING project by Karine Laffont and Nicolas Peraudeau from DOWEL Management (coordinators), three speakers from European projects will present their solutions:
– 4RinEU, presented by Roberto Lollini: 4RinEU aims at developing a Robust&Reliable technology concepts and business models for triggering deep Renovation of Residential buildings in EU. The 4RinEU pursued impact is to increase efficiency of the whole deep renovation process. Such impact can be achieved: by optimized technology deep renovation packages for different EU geoclusters, supporting stakeholders and market players along the renovation process, while helping to understand renovation issues and associated potentials, to ensure an effective and participated design, and a reduced users’ disturbance because of the renovation process. The 4RinEU rating tool can drive the investors in deep renovation decision process, considering technology risks and performances, in a comprehensive approach;
– BuildHeat, presented by Roberto Fedrizzi: The construction sector offers unique opportunities to decarbonise the European economy. However, as the replacement rate of the existing stock is very small (1-1.5 % per year), acceleration is needed.
BuildHEAT addresses this challenging sector by:
• elaborating systemic packages for the deep rehabilitation of residential buildings
• developing innovative technologies facilitating the implementation of the renovation measures
• developing financial tools enabling large public and private investments
• involving the construction chain from the very beginning and all along the building life cycle.
– HEART, presented by Claudio Del Pero: HEART is a multifunctional retrofit toolkit within which different subcomponents – ICT, BEMS, HVAC, BIPV and Envelope Technologies – cooperate synergistically to transform an existing building into a Smart Building. Based on a whole-building performance approach, the toolkit is conceived to achieve extremely high levels of energy efficiency in the existing residential building stock, with particular reference to Central and Southern Europe, where climate change and energy transition have boosted electricity consumption peaks both during summer and winter seasons. The system’s central core consists of a cloud-based computing platform which concentrates managing and operational logic to support decision-making in planning and construction as well as energy performance enhancement and monitoring during operation. The Toolkit provide energy saving, energy fluxes optimization, data exchange, stakeholders’ active involvement and Smart Grid interactivity.
Click here to download the slides or the recorded webinar
The new Clean Energy Package is changing Europe‘s energy markets. “Energy efficiency first” and “global leadership in renewables” are at the core of Europe’s commitment to a clean energy transition. This requires strong policies, competitive businesses, technology innovation and investments. The WSED conference address policies, innovation and business in specialised conferences and interactive events. It connects people from business, the public sector and research and empowers them to embrace the change.
BuildHeat workshop on Energy efficiency for urban regeneration will be held on Thursday, February 28th at 2PM.
Chairperson: Roberto Fedrizzi, EURAC, Italy
Please register here to attend the event!
In collaboration with other EU-funded like-minded H2020 projects, BuildHeat will tackle all angles related to building retrofitting and financing in a dedicated workshop organised in Brussels and webinar.
The aim of the workshop is to present the BuildHeat approach as well as fostering knowledge sharing and best practices exchanges covering both technical innovations and energy efficiency technologies as well as supporting measures for the retrofitting of residential buildings. Beyond plenary sessions, the workshop will foresee round table discussions about financing the renovations.
The heart of the webinar will be centered around the dissemination of the innovative energy efficiency measures developed by BuildHeat and fellow projects but also about financing mechanisms ensuring future market uptake of the solutions.
ICAE 2018 is an event dedicated to provide better understanding of current and future architectural envelopes and their components, focusing on trends, technologies and developments. This event facilitates the exchange of knowledge as well as showcasing projects and results, attracting experts from different fields with the aim of offering a global overview of all the factors which have an impact on the design, manufacturing, installation and use of an architectural envelope.
In this perfect scenario, on June 20th 2018, BuildHeat will participate to a joint dissemination session and workshop with like-minded projects by sharing its innovative approach on multifunctional façade system for multifamily houses.
Learn more about the agenda of ICAE at the following website.
French-speaking countries have huge economic potential, in the order of $7,200 billion. Having French as a common language increases opportunities for companies in the French-speaking world to develop business with one another. It is therefore a potential source for growth.
By making them the countries in the spotlight, Batimat is presenting the economic opportunities of building and architectural projects in promising markets.
Il progetto: Il consumo per il riscaldamento nel settore residenziale in Europa si aggira attorno a 2300 TWh/y e il consumo per l’acqua calda intorno a 500 TWh/y, mentre quello per il raffrescamento non supera i 100 TWh/y. Tali contributi fanno sì che il settore delle costruzioni offra delle opportunità uniche per de-carbonizzare e contemporaneamente per rilanciare l’economia Europea.
Poiché però il settore è estremamente frammentato, con più del 50% degli immobili in mano a singoli privati e il mercato dominato da piccole e medie imprese, sia sul fronte dei produttori di tecnologie che degli installatori, il risanamento degli edifici residenziali rappresenta una sfida immensa.
In questo ambito si colloca BuildHeat, progetto co-finanziato dalla Comunità Europea attraverso il programma H2020 per la ricerca e l’innovazione, il cui scopo è lo sviluppo di approcci e tecnologie per il risanamento sistemico dei condomìni.
Oltre allo sviluppo di tecnologie per il riscaldamento, il raffrescamento, la ventilazione e il monitoraggio, che permettono di affrontare a 360 gradi il risanamento in termini di efficienza energetica, comfort e salubrità dell’ambiente abitato, BuildHeat sta sviluppando soluzioni per il finanziamento degli interventi.
In particolare, per il lancio di queste soluzioni sul mercato sono necessari meccanismi di finanziamento mirati al condominio nel suo complesso o addirittura all’intero quartiere. A questo proposito BuildHeat sta mettendo in campo soluzioni in cui si integrano finanza pubblica e privata.
Il seminario: Obiettivo di questo seminario è di riunire esperti del settore delle costruzioni, della finanza e della politica, per discutere in merito alle tecnologie, alle normative vigenti e agli strumenti finanziari sviluppati nell’ambito del progetto. Allo scopo, dopo ogni intervento sarà dato ampio spazio al dibattito.
With a plethora of conferences, meetings, workshops, entertainment and interactive laboratories to choose from, visitors will take a deep dive into the latest materials, construction systems, building solutions and technologies… and those still to come.
The Ecobuild Conference is a distillation of what is driving sector growth: what’s new, interesting and inspiring in construction. There will be 3 distinct themes reflecting growth areas – Homes, Architecture & Next Generation.
This event will showcase the heating, cooling and ventilation industry’s impact on the European Union’s energy goals and demonstrate the potential, attractiveness and innovative nature of our industry, and provide an excellent platform for networking.
The objective is to identify the needs of the next generations and explore how our sector can ensure sustainability and comfort in the long term.
Intersolar Europe takes place annually at Messe München. It is the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry and its partners. In 2015, more than 1,000 international exhibitors and around 38,000 trade visitors attended Intersolar Europe. The exhibition focuses on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, energy storage systems and renewable heating. Since its founding, it has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry. The accompanying Intersolar Europe Conference consolidates the topics of the exhibition. In 2015, more than 1,500 attendees gained information about current industry topics and the background of technological, market and political developments.
The main challenge for South East Europe (SEE) economies is to commit to, and sustain the implementation of, long-term reforms aimed at increasing competitiveness and promoting sustainable, inclusive and balanced development, as well as better integration between the EU Member States, candidate and potential candidate countries and neighbouring countries. An adequate response to this challenge will certainly require using the best available scientific knowledge and constant re-evaluation of the development process in light of the scientific findings. Therefore, it will be essential to enhance the scientific understanding, improve the long-term scientific assessments, strengthen the scientific capacities and ensure that the sciences are responsive to the emerging needs.
Along this line, a regional series of biannual Sustainable Development of Energy Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES) conferences have been initiated to provide a venue for the researchers from the SEE region, but also for world-wide researchers and specialists and those interested in learning about the sustainability of development, to present research progress and to discuss the state of the art, the future directions and priorities in the various areas of sustainable development and regional integration.
“Food for thought” with the MSCD Lunch Academy during EU Sustainable Energy Week 2016
8 projects & 25 cities from 13 countries join forces to bring you five days – five online seminars about key issues and challenges for smarter, greener towns, cities and districts. Expect real-world insights and achievements challenged and enhanced by an expert commentator.
This series of online seminars – the Lunch Academy – is set to take place 11:30-12:15 every day of the EU Sustainable Energy week 13-17 June. On the MSCD Lunch Academy menu, you’ll see five topics about which member projects and experts will deliver their own insights and key tips, all based on real-life scenarios.
A broad range of forums, conferences and special events offers you the chance to learn more about the key issues affecting industry today. Here – at the world’s biggest and most influential trade fair for industrial technology – you can compare notes, pick up valuable know-how and check out the latest innovations, giving you the edge you need to keep your business on track and ahead of the pack.
CONTART 2016 was created with the aim of becoming a meeting point of all the professionals of the building and construction sectors, with the mission of being the place where we share our knowledge, and where we can reflect together.
During the celebration of the convention, all of the sectors of the industry will be addressed. Furthermore, the most up to date techniques and technologies will be discussed, with time set aside for all the issues which worry professionals the most, from new technologies in building-work and construction processes, prevention, along with traditional restoration, urbanism, energy efficiency and sustainability, accessibility and new technologies and management systems of BIM.
Bauma is a global driving force behind innovations, an engine for success and a marketplace. It is the only trade fair in the world that brings together the industry for construction machinery in its entire breadth and depth. This platform presents the highest concentration of innovations—making your visit an event to remember.
MIPIM, the world’s leading property market, brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors – office, residential, retail, healthcare, sport, logistics and industrial, offering unrivalled access to the greatest number of development projects and sources of capital worldwide.
MCE – Mostra Convegno Expocomfort celebrates its 40th edition confirming itself as the undisputed leading exhibition in Global Comfort Technology, a not to be missed event dedicated to diverse industry sectors including HVAC&R and renewable energy.
Energy efficiency and spirit of innovation are the cornerstones of this unique event, also confirmed by the certification of sustainable trade show achieved starting from the 2014 edition.
BATIBOUW, Belgium’s largest trade fair for Construction, Renovation and Planning for professionals and individuals, opens from 25 February to 6 March 2016 at Brussels Expo.
The World Sustainable Energy Days, one of the largest annual conferences in this field in Europe, offer a unique combination of events on sustainable energy. The conference makes an important contribution to awareness raising about renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Increasing energy costs, the risk of falling into a state of subjection to the countries from which we import energy and, finally, dangerous climate change call for a rapid change of direction. Reference exhibition nationally, Klimahouse demonstrates that there is a number of alternatives and economic techniques to ensure significant energy savings.
From improving our existing domestic and commercial properties or building new ones, in both the private and public sector, Greenbuild Expo is a fantastic environment for those serious about sustainability. It’s a platform for promoting good design and well executed projects in all manner of materials and methods from leading service and product manufacturers wanting to reach the built environment professional.
Ecomondo Is the largest showcase in the Euro-Mediterranean area for advanced and sustainable technology for processing and recycling all kinds of waste; treating and reclaiming water, waste water and polluted marine sites; efficient use and transformation of raw and processed materials and the promotion of renewable raw materials.
CondominioEco is the largest exhibition of technologies, products and services dedicated to the modernization and energy efficiency of this type of housing. It has as its mission the cultural and business matching between companies and building managers.