Innovationsworkshops Energie und Gebäude

Termin:

Ort:

28. Februar - 1. März 2019

Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Österreich

Programm "Europäische Energieeffizienz Konferenz" (pdf)

Teilnahmebeitrag:

105 Euro, inkludiert die folgenden Konferenzen:

  • Innovationsworkshops Energie und Gebäude (28. Februar)
  • Energieeffizienz Strategie Konferenz (28. Februar)
  • Young Energy Efficiency Researchers (27. Februar)
  • Energieeffizienz Business Workshop (1. März)
  • Fachexkursion Energieeffizienz (1. März Nachmittag)
  • Die Teilnahme an dieser Konferenz ist auch im Tagungsbeitrag der Europäischen Energieeffizienz Konferenz inkludiert.
Alle Konferenzbeiträge beinhalten auch eine Eintrittskarte fßr die Energiesparmesse und die Konferenz-Unterlagen. Alle Beträge zzgl. 10 % MWSt.

Konferenzsprache:

Deutsch, Englisch

Organisation und TagungsbĂźro:

OÖ Energiesparverband
Landstraße 45, 4020 Linz, Österreich
Tel. +43/732/7720-14386
office [AT] esv.or [DOT] at

Die Workshops stellen neueste Forschungsergebnisse rund um energieeffiziente und nachhaltige Gebäude vor.

Nachhaltig. Wettbewerbsfähig. Vernetzt.

 

PROGRAMM

Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2019

Higher energy efficiency and lower business risks - Reducing the energy performance gap in buildings

Organised in the context of the H2020 project MOEEBIUS

  • Modelling energy in buildings for urban sustainability
    Ander Romero Amorrortu, Tecnalia, Spain

  • Novel business models and new energy market roles
    Filipe Silva, ISQ, Portugal

  • Improving energy simulation tools
    Pablo de AgustĂ­n, Tecnalia, Spain

  • Open and semantically enhanced middleware
    Jakub Malanik, Honeywell, Czech Republic

  • Innovative sensing and control devices
    Brendan O´Flynn, Tyndall, Ireland

  • Integrated applications for energy performance optimisation
    Georg Ferdinand Schneider, THN, Germany

  • A replicable and easily transferable framework
    Mircea Bucur, KiWi, UK

  • Panel discussion

Chairpersons: Ander Romero Amorrortu, Tecnalia, Spain / Remigiusz Mielczarek, ASM, Poland

 


Energy efficiency for urban regeneration

Organised in the context of the H2020 project BuildHeat

  • BuildHeat: innovation and approach
    Roberto Fedrizzi, EURAC, Italy

  • Integrating heat pump, ventilation and multi-control inverter technologies
    Giacomo Feltrin, Clivet, Italy

  • Combining water storage and decentralised mechanical ventilation
    Werner Pink, Pink, Austria

  • Financing renovations
    Sergio Olivero, SiTI, Italy

  • Round table discussion

Chairperson: Roberto Fedrizzi, EURAC, Italy


EU projects supporting EPBD implementation

Organised in the context of the H2020 projects ALDREN, CEN-CE and EPB Center

  • Results of EU projects facilitating the implementation of the revised EPBD
    Johann Zirngibl, CSTB, France

  • Supporting EPB standards at national level
    Jaap Hogeling, EPB Center, The Netherland

  • Towards a common EU energy performance certificate
    Jana BendĹžalovĂĄ, ENBEE, Slovakia

  • Closing the gap between calculated and measured energy demand
    Laurent Socal, SLR, Italy

  • The ALDREN building renovation passport
    Johann Zirngibl, CSTB, France

Chairperson: Johann Zirngibl, CSTB, France


Energy-efficient buildings with reused materials

Organised in the context of the H2020 projects RE4, VEEP, INNOWEE, GREENINSTRUCT and FISSAC

  • Welcome
    Barbora Blaškovičová, FENIX TNT, Czech Republic

  • RE4: CDW materials in energy-efficient prefabricated elements
    Linus Brander, RISE, Sweden
    Michael Scullin, CDE Global, UK

  • VEEP: CDW in prefabricated concrete components
    Anna Paraboschi, RINA Consulting, Italy

  • GREENINSTRUCT: modular refurbishment with a universal building block
    Gediminas Kastiukas, Brunel University London, UK
    Ines Kantauer, Alchemia-Nova, Austria

  • INNOWEE: economically viable, flexible and modular solutions for CDW
    Adriana Bernardi, CNR-ISAC, Italy
    Vilma Ducman, ZAG, Slovenia

  • FISSAC: sustainability in resource-intensive industry
    Girogio Urbano, RINA Consulting SpA, Italy

  • Interactive poster session and panel discussion

Chairpersons: Barbora BlaĹĄkovičovĂĄ, FENIX TNT, Czech Republic 

 


     

Thermal energy storage: save today, use tomorrow!

Organised in the context of the H2020 projects CREATE, HYBUILD, SCORES, TESSE2B, THERMOSS, SUNHORIZON

  • Welcome Gabriela UrbanovĂĄ, FENIX TNT, Czech Republic

  • CREATE: compact thermal energy storage for existing dwellings
    Rebekka Koell, AEE, Austria

  • HYBUILD: compact hybrid storage for low energy buildings
    Luisa F. Cabeza, Universitat de Lleida, Spain

  • SCORES: increasing self-consumption of renewables with hybrid storage systems
    Christophe Hoegaerts, TNO, The Netherlands

  • TESSE2B: thermal energy storage for energy efficient buildings
    LuĂ­s Coelho, Instituto Politecnico de Setubal, Portugal
    Aniol Esquerra Alsius, Ecoserveis, Spain

  • THERMOSS: managing heat demand - from building to district heating level
    Federica Fuligni, Exergy, United Kingdom

  • SUNHORIZON: sun-coupled innovative heat pumps
    Alessandra Cuneo, RINA Consulting, Italy

  • Interactive poster session and panel discussion

Chairperson: Petra Colantonio, FENIX TNT, Czech Republic


Geothermal heat pumps and thermally activated buildings

Organised in the context of the H2020 project HybridGeotabs

  • Introduction
    The heat pump market – responsibilities and challenges
    Wim Boydens, EHPA/Boydens Engineering, Belgium

  • Decentralised storage: impact on renewable share in grids and buildings
    Anke Uytterhoeven, KULeuven, Belgium

  • Model predictive control for “HybridGeotabs”
    Lukas Ferkl, Energoklastr, Czech Republic

  • Geothermal applications
    Hector Cano, Geoter, Spain

  • Heat pump design
    Gert Dewandeleer, Nathan, Belgium-The Netherlands

  • Designing a “HybridGeotabs” building
    Anne Caminade, Lemon Consult, Switzerland

  • Value propositions of “hybridGEOTABS” buildings
    Suleyman Dag, Uponor, Finland

  • Discussion: Challenges for market deployment and policy support 

Chairperson: Wim Boydens, Boydens Engineering, Belgium

19.00 Evening programme


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