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Smart Buildings for a greener Europe: Emerging Policy and Practice

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Update 2017.02.23: Thank you for attending! The slides of the presentations and webstreaming video recordings are now available. 

14 February 2017, 14:00 – 17:30 (Central Europe Time)

 

Workshop with panel discussion

 

Corinthia Hotel, St. Julian’s, Malta, with live web-streaming

 

CORINTHIA HOTEL St. George’s Bay | St. Julian’s | STJ 3301 | Malta | www.corinthia.com

 

What are smart buildings? How can they help improve the energy efficiency of Europe’s building stock?

 

Join experts from industry, academia and the European Commission to discuss these questions in a public workshop in St. Julian's, Malta. Some of the latest research and innovation in smart buildings will be presented in the context of European policies, notably the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) which is undergoing a review. Around 100 participants will be joined by several hundred more online, as the event will also be streamed live via www.buildup.eu, Europe’s reference portal for energy efficiency in buildings. Put your questions directly to the panellists, in person or via email and Twitter.

 

The workshop will take place the day before the meeting of the EPBD Concerted Action, the closed forum gathering the EU Member States and Norway to discuss implementation of Europe’s legislation on energy performance of buildings.

 

Download the event flyer including workshop agenda under Additional Documents. Registrations are now open, please register at the link below.

 

Please note that registration is not required to watch the live web streaming; simply visit BUILD UP on the day and time of the event.

 

You are invited to hand in your questions by email to pr@buildup.eu or tweet questions to @EU_BUILDUP using the hashtag #AskBUILDUP. Please hand in your questions latest on Monday 13 February, 10:00 am.

 

Please note: The webcast will be recorded and made available for viewing on demand on the day following the event.

Organiser:
Concerted Action EPBD
Source Language:
English