The "EUREKA 2017: Heating, Cooling & Ventilation: Sustainable technologies for a better life" will take place on 11-12 December in Berlin, Germany.
For the second year in a row, the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) and the European Ventilation Industry Association (EVIA) will host a high-level conference bringing together NGOs, academia, decision-makers, and industry professionals across the HVAC-R value chain to brainstorm, build bridges, and positively impact our daily environment.
Heating, cooling and ventilation affects the daily lives of citizens across the globe. These two EU associations have made it their mission to explain how to continue to make a difference to people and ensure future generations inhabit a comfortable environment, wherever they may be.
Generation Z or the Next Generation, who was at the heart of EUREKA 2016, will be actively involved in discussions during EUREKA 2017, and will explore – within the industry – the best way for the HVAC-R sector to answer to future consumers' demands and make solutions fit for the future.
EPEE & EVIA will be welcoming you:
• On Monday 11 December from 15.00 for the EUREKA 2017 opening Plenary Session, featuring a keynote speech by a distinguished guest,
• In the evening from 19.30 for a Gala dinner, giving you a unique opportunity to network,
• On Tuesday 12 December for a one-day conference, combining panel debates and brainstorming sessions.
The Programme is available for downloading on the event website.
The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) represents the interests of the refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump industry in Europe. Founded in the year 2000, EPEE’s membership is composed of 47 member companies, national and international associations from Europe, the USA and Asia, employing more than 200,000 people in Europe and realising a turnover of over 30 billion Euro.
The European Ventilation Industry Association (EVIA) was established in Brussels in July 2010. EVIA’s mission is to represent the views and interests of the ventilation industry and serve as a platform between all the relevant European stakeholders involved in the ventilation sector, such as decision-makers at the EU level as well as our partners in EU Member States. Our membership is composed of more than 35 member companies and 6 national associations across Europe, realising an annual turnover of over 7 billion euros and employing more than 45,000 people in Europe.