The TMREES19 international conference has as a general philosophy to bring together different disciplines of the global research community, in order to discuss, present and network the latest developments and innovations in sustainability; as well as funding opportunities.
Conference Topics Include, but are not limited to:
Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Applications
Post date: 28 Iun 2019
Couvrant une surface de 1’348 m² au sol, le bâtiment détermine un volume simple, sur un seul niveau, marqué par la marquise d’entrée affirmant l’accueil des clients.
Le bâtiment est constitué d’une ossature en bois reposant sur une base en béton. Les lames en pin du nord poncées et traitées avec un saturateur couleur noyer amènent de la chaleur à cette façade en bois moderne.
Post date: 27 Iun 2019
Cocept, Objectives and Methodology:
REScoop Plus built on the knowledge and network of the REScoop 20-20-20 project. An interesting additional observation made in the project was that members of supplying REScoops change their behaviour reducing final energy consumption and investing money to produce RESenergy.
Post date: 26 Iun 2019
The overall objective of the project is to maximize the RES harvesting in the built environment by developing and demonstrating cost-effective active building skin solutions as part of an optimised building energy system, being connected into local energy grid and managed by a district energy hub implementing optimised control strategies within a comprehensive economic rationale balancing objectives and performance targets of both private and public stakeholders.
Post date: 24 Apr 2019
Historically, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth conferences were completed successfully in Alanya/Antalya (2012), Antalya (2013), Kemer/Antalya (2015), Istanbul (2016), Sarajevo (2017), and Istanbul (2018). The last event had 251 attendee from 34 countries world-widely and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians due to presentation of high quality, cutting-edge papers and after-conference journal publications.
Post date: 10 Apr 2019
Renewable Energy forms one of the pillars for delivering global sustainable environment and the commitment to climate change targets. The renewable energy industry has matured, with huge investments being ploughed into it globally. Global new investment in renewable energy (excluding large hydro-electric projects) was around US$241.6 billion in 2016, with over 138.5GW of added renewable power capacity worldwide. This capacity is equivalent to 55% of all the generating capacity and was approximately double that in fossil fuel generation in 2016.
Post date: 22 Feb 2019
ACREX India would return to Mumbai to celebrate its 20th edition, where the mega event will witness participation from more than 25 countries including Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, the Netherlands, UAE, UK, Ukraine and USA.
Post date: 4 Feb 2019
Just as solar cadastres have become the norm to assess the roof-top PV potential in the last years, assessing the hosting capacity of the low-voltage network for electrical production is on the path to becoming a necessity for an efficient solar production action plan. The model developed here is a hybrid tool composed of a physical model computing results based on a real infrastructure and a statistical model using empirical rules based on frequently encountered cases.
Post date: 21 Noi 2018
Unfortunately, it is true - not all renovation works are of the quality we hope and pray for, and there’s a good reason for that – in general, professionals rarely have the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to deliver a quality renovation project: one that not only saves energy, but increases your comfort, ensures good air quality, benefits your health and productivity, and in the end - makes you happy and satisfied, being confident your money’s well spent.
Post date: 26 Oct 2018
CraftEdu develops innovative qualification and training schemes for craftsmen and on-site workers in the field of energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources in buildings. It creates learning materials and paves the way for sustainable offering of educational courses on nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB), targeting the establishing of a solid based for the practical implementation of the upcoming ambitious new building standards.
Post date: 24 Oct 2018