Europe’s #1 destination for dissemination of research, collaboration, networking and the creation of market opportunities
Join us to discuss 2020 themes on Circular Economy, Digital Twins, BIPV, Local Energy Communities, Sustainable Digital Infrastructure, and as always all sustainability topics are welcome.
The SP event has been postponed and will take place on the 28-30 October 2020.
Submission deadline is extended to 13th September 2020.
Sustainability targets and climate change objectives cannot be met without addressing buildings and the built environment at the building, district and urban scale to include our transport and energy infrastructures. Renowned for showcasing results coming out of the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme via the participation of cutting-edge research and innovation projects, the scope of Sustainable Places is captured directly in its name. It involves designing, building and retrofitting the places we live and work in a more sustainable way.
Sustainable Places prides itself on being an ideal platform for the dissemination of research, the conduct of workshops, EU project clustering and networking between stakeholders of all types. SP2020 will be held over three days allowing morning travel on the first day and afternoon travel on the third day. Between opening and closing keynote sessions, parallel technical sessions and project-organized workshops will be held on conference topic areas. The venue will be available all week (free of charge) for project meetings and side events.
Sustainable Places consists of
Technical paper sessions
Thematic workshops & EU project clustering
Exhibition area (posters, brochures, and prototypes)
Local area visits
Excellent people, collaboration and discussion
Each year, Sustainable Places features topics that are shaping how we think about buildings and the built environment.
The 8th edition of Sustainable Places (SP2020) features the following specific topics:
BIPV–Buildings Integrated Photovoltaics
Local Energy Communities
Sustainable Digital Infrastructure
Across all editions, Sustainable Places is open to all topics related to building sustainability and most often reflect priorities reflected in the European Commission Societal Challenges and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In past editions of Sustainable Places, several examples of technical contributions and/or workshops have included:
Energy efficiency in buildings
Smart grids and demand response
Renewable energy technologies
District heating and cooling
Nature based solutions
Digitalization and technologies to reduce the energy performance gap