Innovations-Workshops

TERMIN

Freitag, 3. März 2023

VERANSTALTUNGSORT

Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Austria

SPRACHE

Englisch

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Neue Forschungsergebnisse rund um Gebäude, erneuerbare Wärme, Finanzierung und Energietechnologien

2023: Energieeffizienz = Energiesicherheit!

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Teilnahmebeitrag

  • 55 Euro für die Innovations-Workshops (3. März)
  • 370 Euro für alle WSED Konferenzen (28. Februar - 3. März)

Alle Konferenzbeiträge beinhalten auch eine Eintrittskarte für die Energiesparmesse und die Konferenz-Unterlagen. Alle Beträge zzgl. 10 % MWSt.

PROGRAMM

Friday
3 March

Three workshops present latest results from EU and national funded projects in the fields of buildings, renewable heating, financing and energy technologies.

(in English only)

12.00 – 14.30 Supporting EPC and energy efficiency service (EES) providers in decarbonising buildings

Roundtable organised in the context of the H2020 projects REFINE and FinEERGO-Dom

  • Welcome and opening
    - Paweł Mirowski, NFOSiGW, Poland
    - Klemens Leutgöb, e7, Austria
    - Karolina Loth-Babut, KAPE, Poland
     
  • The EPC+ priority programme for deep renovation
    Marta Babicz, NFOSiGW, Poland
     
  • Multi-source financing to boost deep renovation using EES
    Jana Szomolányiová and Jaroslav Maroušek, SEVEn, Czech Republic
     
  • Attitudes, expectations and possibilities of service providers
    Marek Tobiacelli, KAPE, Poland
     
  • Lessons learnt for boosting EPC markets
    Nicholas Stancioff, KAPE, Poland
     
  • Up-scaling private investments in residential buildings
    Representative of financial sector
     
  • Panel discussion: investors’ perspective on increasing capital in deep renovation
    Chairperson: Klemens Leutgöb, e7, Austria

9.00 – 11.30 Tackling the energy crisis through data sharing

Workshop organised in the context of the H2020 project BuiltHub

Boosting the energy efficiency of buildings while energy prices spike is an enormous challenge. Making relevant data available to decision-makers is key for shaping effective energy-related policies and measures. This practical session discusses how to help data sharing communities accelerate the transformation of the European building stock.

14.30 - 16.30 Heat Highway: Using decarbonised heat sources via supra-regional heat networks

Workshop organised in the context of the NEFI project Heat Highway, online only

The use of industrial waste heat is essential for the decarbonisation of heat supply. Interregional heat transmission networks connect urban consumption centres and waste-heat-intensive industrial sites and, in doing so, traverse areas with further heat sources and sinks. The workshop is dedicated to the exchange of experiences with interregional heating networks in Europe.

  • Welcome and introduction
    Christine Öhlinger, OÖ Energiesparverband/NEFI, Austria
     
  • Heat Highway: supra-regional district heating networks connecting multiple actors
    Simon Moser, Energieinstitut, Austria
     
  • Update on research and innovation in district heating and cooling (DHC+ Platform)
    Aksana Krasatsenka, Euroheat and Power
     
  • EU definition of waste heat: Is it really efficiency-first?
    Marie-Theres Holzleitner, Energieinstitut, Austria
     
  • Copenhagen - an example for interregional heat exchange
    Lars Gullev, VEKS, Denmark
     
  • Lessons learnt from European examples
    Nicolas Marx, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria

16.30 Discussion, end of workshop

Chair:
Christine Öhlinger, OÖ Energiesparverband/NEFI
 

Registration Heat Highway

 

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