webinar / web seminar

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Building new homes to meet the demanding energy efficiency regulations in Europe is essential, but the benefits will accrue slowly as it will take several decades before such houses form a significant proportion of the stock. The major challenge is retrofitting existing, energy-inefficient homes to lower energy consumption (and bills), offer better thermal comfort and increase property value.  
Post date: 6 oct 2013
Type: Actualité

The implementation of the EPBD recast puts increasing pressure on the market to achieve better building and ductwork airtightness: for most European climates and countries, good airtightness levels are necessary to achieve nearly zero-energy buildings.   You will learn about legislative drivers that have brought to light new concerns and stimulated new initiatives. We will discuss recent trends in European regulations as well as field studies supporting the development of competent testing schemes.    AGENDA
Post date: 6 oct 2013
Type: Actualité

A general section of the web training gives a brief introduction to the topic, while four thematic sections go deeper into how to procure buildings, catering, transport and IT in a sustainable way. “Expert bodies in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and a few other countries came together in 2011 to find a solution to the lack of training material and training efforts in green public procurement, and their knowledge sharing resulted in this training material”, says Daniel Sköld, project leader of the Baltic GPP project at SEMCo.
Post date: 1 juil 2013
Type: Actualité

The objective of this webinar is to discuss proposals: - to better define the building preparation ; - to estimate the uncertainty in the derived quantities which are used as a reference versus a minimum requirement and/or in energy performance calculation methods.
Post date: 13 sep 2010
Type: Actualité