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Contributions of IEA Implementing Agreements towards achieving 2020 objectives

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The following presentations are foreseen:

  • Energy conservation in Buildings and Community Systems (ECBCS): overview and ventilation related annexes
  • ECBCS Annex 55 - Reliability of Energy Efficient Building Retrofitting
  • ECBCS Annex 58 Reliable Building Energy Performance Characterisation and Dynastee network
  • Solar Heating and Cooling (SHC): overview
  • SHC Task 37 - Advanced Housing Renovation with Solar and Conservation
  • SHC Task 41 - Solar Energy and Architecture
  • SHC Task 47 - Solar Renovation of Non Residential Buildings
  • Demand Side Management(DSM): general overview
  • DSM Task 16 – Competitive energy services
  • DSM Task 24 – Closing the loop – Behaviour change
  • Energy Conservation through Energy Storage
  • Quality of the works and BUILD UP Skills
  • European challenges and contributions by IEA projects
  • Belgian Energy Performance in Buildings Consultation Platform

Implementing Agreement Day of Belgium
Towards achieving the 2020 energy-efficient building(s) objectives:
The contribution of the IEA implementing agreements

The Third Implementing Agreement Day of Belgium has a particular focus on the IEA building related implementing agreements.
In the European context and its Belgian implementation, a top priority is to meet the challenges of the European policy targets and in particular the various European directives, i.e.:

  • The energy performance of buildings directive
  • The renewable energies directive
  • The energy efficiency directive

This seminar consists of a series of presentations (mainly by Belgian representatives in the various IEA implementing agreements) which pay a particular attention to the (expected) contribution of their activities to the achievement of the EU targets, whether at Belgian or international level.
Given this context, the target audience is not only the researcher community but also building professionals, governmental administrations, stakeholders’ organisations and representatives from European organisations with a seat in

Belgian Federal Public Services Economy
Contact Name:
Martine Amand
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