The International Energy Agency's Energy in Buildings and Communities (IEA-EBC) Programme newsletter carries regular reports of energy policy development and research activities taking place in various countries. It contains updates on ongoing and planned research projects, features new publications and website information, as well as topical articles of a general nature. It is intended for those active in fields relating to operational energy saving for buildings and communities.
Post date: 7 Nov 2017
Moisture and breathability – the key to building performance and healthy buildings
A joint event with The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products and supported by STBA, SPAB and ISIBIO.
Buildings should be considered not as standalone discrete entities, but as part of a system in constant and dynamic interaction with people and the environment. This interconnectedness means benefits, problems, solutions and consequences cannot be effectively addressed in isolation.
Post date: 24 Oct 2017
The abstracts submission for the RoomVent and Ventilation 2018 Conferences “Excellent indoor climate and high performing ventilation” is now open. Abstracts are due November 30 2017.
Details of the requirements and the submission process are available on the conference website.
Post date: 19 Oct 2017
Indoor Air Quality Design and Control in Low-energy Residential Buildings- Annex 68 Subtask 1: Defining the metrics -- In the search of indices to evaluate the Indoor Air Quality of low-energy residential buildings -- AIVC Contributed Report 17
Post date: 19 Oct 2017
Tackle Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality Together: Best Practices in Multifamily Housing Upgrades
Interested in taking a proactive approach to protecting indoor air quality (IAQ) while boosting energy efficiency in your multifamily building? This webinar will take you through the steps to get started.
The event will focus on:
Post date: 12 Oct 2017
This report released by Copenhagen Economics and commissioned by the Swedish Energy Agency and the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, aims to assess and quantify to what extent there are likely multiple benefits from energy related renovations of the Swedish building stock. Multiple benefits accrue in addition to the direct savings in energy bills and may entail health effects from better outdoor air quality and indoor environment.
The report finds that:
Post date: 5 Oct 2017
Indoor Air 2018 is the 15th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (ISIAQ). The event will feature a quality programme including distinguished plenary speakers, platform and poster presentations of accepted papers, social activities to foster networking and community, and the second offering of the ISIAQ summer school for students and post-docs.
The event’s technical programme relies on participants to submit proposals for Workshops and Symposia sessions and to submit Extended Abstracts or Full Papers.
Post date: 4 Oct 2017
AIVC Ventilation Information Paper #37: Impact of Energy Policies on Building and Ductwork Airtightness
Post date: 25 Sep 2017
The Mostra Convegno Expocomfort is scheduled from March 13 to 16 in the Fiera Milano exhibition center.
MCE offers a unique opportunity to learn and to source the latest HVAC&R technologies, solutions and systems for smart buildings in commercial, industrial and domestic residential sectors.
As engineers and specifiers, there will be an opportunity to connect and interact with the HVAC&R international professional community.
Among other topics and technology, the expo will present the following:
Post date: 13 Sep 2017
This issue of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre’s (AIVC) newsletter provides links and information on newly released AIVC publications and major upcoming AIVC events. Moreover, this issue outlines completed and on-going AIVC projects from 2011 to 2017 and redirects to more detailed information available on the AIVC website. Last but not least, Dr. Andy Persily presents significant advance in the fields of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and ventilation, with a new approach for estimating C02 generation rates from building occupants.
Post date: 8 Sep 2017