Technologies and methodologies for Deep Energy Renovation of residential buildings

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.

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Webinar Agenda

Moderator: Alice De Ferrari (youris.com)

Time (CET)TitleSpeaker
14:00 – 14:05BuildHeat Innovation: results and lessons learnedRoberto Fedrizzi (EURAC)
14:05 – 14:15The BuildHeat Spanish demo case (Zaragoza):

·       The relationship with the occupants

·       Heat pump and mechanical ventilation solution

Paloma Bozman
(Zaragoza Vivienda)+Mario Smaniotto
(Clivet)
14: 15 – 14:25The BuildHeat Italian demo case (Pinerolo):

·       Incentives and economic schemes

·       External Façades

Links Foundation

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Roberto Fedrizzi (EURAC)

14:25 – 14:354RinEU – Technologies and methodologies for Deep Energy Renovation of residential buildingsRoberto Lollini
(EURAC)
14:35 – 14:454RinEU – Norwegian demo case (Oslo)Roberta Pernetti
(EURAC)
14:45 – 14:55The voice of property ownersEmmanuelle Causse
(UIPI)
14:55 – 15:10Q&AAll

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