Innovative public and commercial buildings

Cost pressure and increased energy requirements present challenges in building construction and renovation/retrofitting. The conference will present innovative technologies and outstanding examples from all over Europe.

Date:3 March 2005, 9 to 18.15
Venue:Stadthalle Wels, Austria
Registration:please register before 18 February 2005
Languages:German, English, Italian
Costs:

200 Euro for the whole WORLD SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DAYS (for fulltime students 50 Euro)
100 Euro for the Innovative public and commerical buildings

Organisation and conference office:O.Ö. Energiesparverband
Landstraße 45, 4020 Linz, Austria
Tel. +43/732/7720-14380
Fax +43/732/7720-14383
office [AT] esv.or [DOT] at

Programme

Bridging the gap between ecomomy and ecology

9.00Opening and welcome
9.20

"Buildings of the future"
Elisabeth Huchler, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und
Technologie (BMVIT), Austria

9.40

Energy efficiency - the everyday innovation
Jörg Probst, GERTEC GmbH, Germany

10.00

Profiting from sustainable buildings
Richard John, FaberMaunsell, United Kingdom

10.20

Sustainability in public and commercial buildings
Santosh Ghosh, Centre for Built Environment, India

10.40

Discussion/coffee break

Policies & Programmes

11.20

Global initiatives for energy efficiency in buildings
Paul Waide, International Energy Agency

11.40

Towards energy efficient buildings in Europe
Andrew Warren, EuroACE - European Association for the Conservation of Energy

12.00

The implementation of energy certification for buildings in Austria
Gerhard Dell, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria

12.20

The Australian Building Greenhouse Rating Scheme
Paul Bannister, Exergy Australia, Australia

12.40

"KlimaHaus" - an innovative building programme
Norbert Lantschner, Landesamt für Luft & Lärm der Autonomen Provinz Bozen-Südtirol, Italy

13.10

Discussion/lunch break

Innovative Technologies

14.40

Solar Cooling
Hans-Martin Henning, Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme,
Germany

15.00

Heating, Cooling and electricity from biomass
Ludger Eltrop, Institut für Energiewirtschaft und Rationelle Energieanwendung der Universität Stuttgart, Germany

15.20

Efficient use of daylight and artifical lighting systems
Helmut Köster, Köster Lichtplanung, Germany

15.40

An innovative phase change material
Marco Schmidt, BASF AG, Switzerland

16.00

Discussion/coffee break

Inspiring Projects

16.40

Factor 4 - biomass and TPF in Stuttgart
Jürgen Beck, Major of Environment, City of Stuttgart, Germany

17.00

Energy efficient shopping centres
Marko Umberger, Mercator, Slowenia

17.20

Innovative financing of biomass installations
Diana Hehenberger, KEWOG Gebäudemanagement GmbH, Germany

17.40

The "ChristophorusHaus" - an exemplary building
Franz X. Kumpfmüller, BBM - Beschaffungsbetrieb der MIVA, Austria

18.00Discussion
18.15

Conference end

19.30Evening Programme