webinar / web seminar

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An overview of the TightVent - AIVC- Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre webinars held in 2012-2013 on building and ductwork airtightness. Airtightness testing: Status and trends in competent tester schemes in the UK, Belgium, Germany, the Czech Republic and France Building Airtightness Solutions BUILD UP webinar: Building and Ductwork Airtightness: Legislative Drivers, New Concerns and New Approaches The need for structured air leakage databases 
Post date: 27 Feb 2014
Type: Publication

Next month, join the online discussion of three hot topics. Register immediately, places are limited! IEA Energy in Buildings and Communities: Achieving near-zero energy use through open innovation CommunitiesTuesday 18 February 2014, 10:00-12:00 Brussels time
Post date: 22 Jan 2014
Type: News

Better data is required to develop more energy efficient buildings. As the strategies for improving the energy performance of buildings become more complex, policy-makers need more and better data to design and evaluate policies and programmes and to put into place monitoring systems to measure the progress of the various policy instruments.   This BUILD UP Web Seminar is an opportunity to:
Post date: 23 Dec 2013
Type: News

Looked at as a group, buildings form one of the largest consumers of energy in the world. Environmental concerns indicate that a reduction in the energy consumption of buildings is urgently needed. However, in this push for change the importance of indoor environmental quality, particularly thermal comfort and indoor air quality, must not be forgotten.   In this BUILD UP Web Seminar, you will learn about:
Post date: 23 Dec 2013
Type: News

The term ‘superinsulation’ refers to materials and technologies providing dramatically reduced heat transfer across the building envelope. This BUILD UP Web Seminar covers the main principles of superinsulation, reviews current materials and technologies in the field, and provides examples of existing superinsulating applications from the market.   The Web Seminar focuses, in particular, on the development of new or advanced materials within the context of European projects, as well as the new IEA EBC Annex 65 on long-term performance of superinsulation.
Post date: 19 Nov 2013
Type: News