This extension to a School of Design & Environment building at the National University of Singapore is an outstanding example of a net zero-energy building (NZEB) in the tropics. The five-storey building is home to labs, design studios and workshops used by the departments of architecture and design. Construction of the building was optimised to facilitate lateral ventilation and comfortable natural light. An integral aspect of net zero-energy consumption is that conventional approaches to air conditioning have to be challenged.
Post date: 19 Mär 2020
We would like to invite you to the forth webinar of our "Smart City talks" series.
Our “Smart City talks” is a series of 6 webinars that will share the experiences of the Sinfonia pilot cities, exploring best practices and tools for urban energy planning, strategies for citizen engagement and the policy framework. All of it, aspiring to create a sustainable future for citizens and enterprises through the knowledge transfer from experienced actors.
Post date: 18 Mär 2020
The university city of Freiburg is home to an innovative city hall that is now the biggest surplus-energy building in Europe. The building boasts outstanding thermal insulation that allows for low-temperature heating and high-temperature cooling. To minimise energy demand, the building is fitted with a ventilation system that uses heat recovery. The building is heated and cooled efficiently by using energy in the ground water.
Post date: 16 Mär 2020
Europe’s #1 destination for dissemination of research, collaboration, networking and the creation of market opportunities.
Join us for the 8th edition of Sustainable Places!28 - 30 October 2020 / Aix-les-Bains, France
Post date: 13 Mär 2020
The March 2020 issue of the AIVC newsletter is dedicated to sharing information on our past and future events. Specific contents include:
Post date: 12 Mär 2020
As a visible sign of the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energies, a former coal silo and heating plant in Basel is covered with coloured PV modules. The entire site is under heritage protection, the remodelled building was required to match the style and colour scheme of the site.
Post date: 11 Mär 2020
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The residential sector remains one of the most energy intensive sectors. If national and local authorities want to achieve their ambitious energy and climate targets, they have to pro-actively support citizens in launching retrofits.
Post date: 10 Mär 2020
CONSTRUMA, the top Hungarian construction industry event and the leading home making exhibition bunch in the Central-Eastern European region, will return on 1-5 April 2020, offering yet another chance for construction industry, building engineering and interior design industry to introduce themselves and present their novelties at the HUNGEXPO Budapest Congress and Exhibition Center for the Hungarian market.
Post date: 4 Mär 2020
ICEESM 2020 (Europe) will be held at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC), Barcelona, Spain during April 15-17, 2020. The aim as well as objective of ICEESM 2020 (Europe) is to present the latest research and results of scientists related to Energy Engineering and Smart Materials topics. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas face-to-face, to establish business or research relations as well as to find global partners for future collaborations.
Post date: 4 Mär 2020
2020 Passive House Award: International architectural competition for highly energy efficient buildings.
Post date: 27 Feb 2020