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Retrofit Conference: Substantial energy saving in existing housing now

A unique international conference will take place addressing policy development for low energy housing retrofit !
The conference will take place in the framework of final meeting of two work groups of the International Energy Agency, on Wednesday 14 October 2009, in the Golden Tulip Hotel, Antwerp, Belgium.

Objectives of the conference

• sustainable buildings - challenges and visions in existing housing buildings
• presentation of the IEA SHC Task 37 and Annex 50 and how to use the results
• presentation of the different policies and researches

Who should attend?

• Policy makers
• Professionals (architects, engineers, innovative companies,..)
• Researchers and International Energy Agency experts


•9.00 h: Registration


• 9.30 h: Opening and welcome
• 9.40 h: Housing renovation - challenges and visions - how can IEA influence, Fritjof Salvesen (KanEnergi AS, Operating Agent IEA SHC Task 37)
• 10.00 h: Environmental Impact Assessment of the building stock, André De Herde & Sophie Trachte (UCL, Architecture et Climat)
• 10.20 h: From demonstration project to volume market, Trond Haavik (Segel AS) & Are Rodsjo(Norwegian State Housing Bank)

10.40 h: Coffee break

• 11.00 h: Scope and limitations of ‘Energy Renovation 2020', Luk Vandaele (BBRI)/ Geert Matthys (Flemish Building Confederation)
• 11.15 h: Demonstration projects in the Brussels Capital Region: initiating a long-term trend?, Caroline Jadoul (Brussels Environment)
• 11.30 h: The Dutch programme ‘More with Less': a successful initiative for market growth?, Ivo Opstelten (ECN)/ Chris Bruinesse (Meer met Minder)
• 11.45 h: Reaching the volume market with energy policy programmes: lessons from Canada, Paul Parker (University of Waterloo)
• 12.00 h: Round Table: economic and political challenges for low energy housing retrofit

12.30 h: Lunch


• 14.00 h: Overview of ECBCS Annex 50 Prefab-Retrofit, Mark Zimmermann (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research Empa, Operation Agent IEA ECBCS Annex 50)
• 14.20 h: Building Typology and Focus Types in function of prefab retrofit, Prof. Dr. Peter Schwehr (Hochschule Luzern)
• 14.40 h: Dieselweg Demonstration Building in Graz, Sonja Geier (AEE - Institute for Sustainable Technologies)
• 15.00 h: Renovation Module Development, René Kobler (Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, Institut für Energie am Bau)

15.20 h: Coffee break

• 15.40 h: Advances in Housing renovation - processes, concepts and technologies, Sebastian Herkel (Fraunhofer Institute Solar Energy Systems)
• 16.00 h: Worldwide best practice demonstration projects, Robert Hastings (AEU GmbH)
• 16.20 h: Renovation project Sterrenveld in Belgium, Bernard Wallyn (VMSW)
• 16.40 h: Renovation project Brogarden in Sweden, Ulla Janson (Lund University)
• 17.00 h: Round Table: Social and technical challenges for low energy housing retrofit

17.30 h: Reception

18.30 h: end

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