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MEnS Webinar series on ¨Retrofit Toward NZEB - Meeting of Energy Skills¨

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Following the successful experience of the national training courses in 10 EU countries and the Front Meeting of Skills around Europe, the MEnS project will deliver another project’s core activity for its e-learning platform: a series of five webinars for FREE.

 

A fortnightly appointment, starting on the 22 February, 2017.
Each webinar will be one hour long and will host two highly experienced professionals talking about topics related to NZEB retrofit.


At the end, a QA session will facilitate exchange among participants and sharing of best practices.
 
All stakeholders or professionals working in the building sector are invited to participate:
Architects, engineers, designers,  facilities managers, building managers, energy managers, surveyors and any other professional involved with buildings design, construction and/or operation in Housing Associations, construction materials manufacturers, building services providers, smart homes and energy monitoring systems, building energy modelling technologies.
 
Participation to the webinar is open and free.  Registration for the first two webinars now available here.
 

 

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Wednesday, 22 February 2017, 12:30 -13:30 CET Time
Integration of renewable energy technologies in existing buildings: technical and financial considerations to achieve Nearly Zero Energy Buildings targets.
Registration will close on the 21 February 2017, 12:30 CET time.
 
Monday, 06 March 2017, 13:30 -14:30 CET Time
Energy initiatives at community level: small to big European towns implementing integrated solutions at city level.
Registration will close on the 3 March 2017, 12:30 CET time.
 
You can find more information here and the dates for our upcoming webinars. Mark your calendars!
 
 
The MENS project has been conceived in order to provide and enhance the NZEB skills of building professionals, such as engineers and architect, through a series of high-level educational and training activities developed by 9 universities and 3 market players.
 
To find out more about MEnS, please visit the project website.