Innovation Workshops

DATE

Friday, 25 June 2021

VENUE

Online

LANGUAGES

English

What is it all about?

Green Finance · Buildings · Technologies
New research results on finance, buildings and technology innovation

Energy efficiency ↔ Green recovery

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Conference Fees

The Innovation Workshops are free of charge.

 

PROGRAMME

Friday
25 June

Online only

Green Finance · Buildings · Technologies

Six workshops presenting the latest results from EU funded projects in the fields of green finance, sustainable buildings, renewable energy in industry and innovative technologies

(in English only)

Morning
session

09.00 - 11.00 Managing "active buildings" with Energy Performance Contracting

Organised in the context of the H2020 project AmBIENCe

  • Welcome and introduction
    Jesse Glicker, BPIE, Belgium
     
  • The Active Building Energy Performance Contract (AEPC) concept, methodology and tool
    Nilufar Neyestani, INESC TEC, Portugal
     
  • Value creation of the AEPC business model: actors and interactions
    Jean-François Marchand, ENERGINVEST, Belgium
     
  • Key lessons learned from pilot tests in Belgium and Portugal
    Ricardo Ramos, EDP CNET, Portugal
    Christophe Szpyt, Engie Solutions, Belgium

Chairperson: Jesse Glicker, BPIE, Belgium

Morning
session

09.00 - 11.00 Deep renovation of residential buildings made easy (4RinEU)

Organised in the context of the H2020 project 4RinEU

  • The 4RinEU building renovation approach
    Roberto Lollini, Eurac Research, Italy
     
  • Innovative solutions for deep energy renovation
    Riccardo Pinotti, Eurac Research, Italy
     
  • A rating tool to support decision making
    Adrian Werner, SINTEF, Norway
     
  • Interactive demonstration of the 4RinEU tool
    Adrian Werner, SINTEF, Norway
     
  • Discussion on further tool development
     
  • Examples of real-life applications:
    • Multi-family building in Norway
      Kari Thunshelle, SINTEF, Norway
    • Nursing home in the Netherlands
      Chiel Boonstra, Trecodome, NL

Chairperson: Roberto Lollini, Eurac Research, Italy

Midday
session

11.30 - 13.30 Public-backed financing schemes to leverage energy efficiency investments

Organised in the context of the H2020 project CitizEE

  • CitizEE and the implications of the EU Renovation Wave: a regulatory overview
    Maximilian Wimmer, SUER, Germany
     
  • CitizEE investment platforms and financing schemes
    • Using public financing instruments to leverage private finance
      Jean-François Marchand, ENERGINVEST, Belgium
    • Structured financial solutions using public and private funds
      Jean-François Marchand, ENERGINVEST, Belgium
       
  • Citizen financing schemes: status of pilot countries
    • Lithuania: lending arrangement & crowdfunding for PV
      Renata Adomaviciene / Asta Gladkauskiene, VIPA
    • Belgium: co-financing EPC for deep renovation in the education sector
      Barbara De Kezel, VEB, Belgium
    • Portugal: Loan Fund & crowdfunding for the community building sector
      Luis Couto, GO PARITY
    • Croatia: lending arrangement & crowdfunding for PV
      Velimir Segon, REGEA
       
  • Discussion and conclusions

Chairperson: Conny Weber, European Crowdfunding Network

Midday
session

11.30 - 13.30 Innovative "pay-for-performance" (P4P) business models for building renovation

Organised in the context of the H2020 project SENSEI

  • The SENSEI project
    Filippos Anagnostopoulos, IEECP, Belgium
     
  • Experience with P4P schemes from the US
    Marion Santini, RAP, Belgium
     
  • EU regulatory framework supporting P4P    
    Samuel David Lloyd Thomas, RAP, Belgium
     
  • Envisaged implementation of P4P in the EU
    Charles Bourgois, Factor4, Belgium
     
  • Quantifying the value of demand changes from energy efficiency
    Sotiris Papadelis, HEBES, Greece
     
  • Engaging with SENSEI – We need your expertise
    Emil Sigbrand, DBT, Denmark
     

Chairperson: Sotiris Papadelis, HEBES, Greece

Afternoon
session

14.00 - 16.30 Hybrid systems for industrial solar cooling

Organised in the context of the H2020 project HYCOOL

  • HYCOOL: project overview
    Silvia Jané, Veolia Serveis Catalunya, Spain
     
  • Hybrid heat pumps for industrial solar cooling applications
    Ursula Wittstadt, CSEM, Switzerland
     
  • Latent heat storage up to 400 °C for industrial applications
    Christoph Zauner, AIT, Austria
     
  • Solar steam generation for process heat & cooling
    Antoni Castells/Akshay Kumbhar, Ecotherm, Austria
     
  • Expert round table: industrial renewable heating & cooling programmes
    Pietro Menna, European Commission
    Pedro Dias, Solar Heat Europe
    Uli Jakob, Green Chiller, Germany
    Guglielmo Cioni, TVP Solar, Switzerland

Chairperson: Marco Calderoni, R2M Solution/RHC ETIP

Afternoon
session

 

14.00 - 17.00 Innovative renewable solutions for residential buildings

Organised in the context of the H2020 projects HYBUILD, SCORES and GEOFIT

  • Welcome and workshop overview
    Johann Emhofer, AIT, Austria
     
  • The HYBUILD project in a nutshell
    Miquel Morata Royes, COMSA, Spain
    Gabriel Zsembinszki, University of Lleida, Spain
     
  • HYBUILD: Key project results
    • DC bus controller solution for the heat pump market
      Nelson Koch, CSEM, Switzerland
    • Adsorption heat exchanger with high surface area
      André Große, Fahrenheit, Germany
       
  • The SCORES project in a nutshell
    Erwin Giling, TNO, The Netherlands
     
  • SCORES: Key project results
    • Heating with air heat pumps and PCM storage
      Luis Coelho, IPS, Portugal
    • PVT water-to-water heat pumps
      Clement Dumont, Heliopac, France
    • Chemical looping heat storage
      Pavol Bodis, TNO, The Netherlands
    • Building energy management system
      Hans Hennig, Siemens, The Netherlands
       
  • The GEOFIT project in a nutshell
    Thomas Messervey, R2M Solution, Italy
     
  • GEOFIT: Key project results
    • Designing geothermal heating and cooling projects
      Henk Witte, Groenholland, NL
    • Optimal heating and cooling technologies
      Qian Wang, Uponor, Finland
       
  • Discussion and conclusion

Chairperson: Johann Emhofer, AIT, Austria

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