12 septembre 2016

Join us in our Parliament lunch debate - The Human Dimension of Energy Efficiency in Buildings vol. 2 - by Andrei Litiu

Join us in our Parliament lunch debate - The Human Dimension of Energy Efficiency in Buildings vol. 2 - by Andrei Litiu

Lunch debate

The Human Dimension of Energy Efficiency in Buildings vol. 2

How to Bring People on Board Towards Energy Efficient Behaviour

 

When

Thursday, 29th September 2016

12:00 - 12:30 Registration

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch debate

Where

ASP 0 G Salon, Members' Salon

European Parliament

Rue Wiertz 48, B-1047 Bruxelles

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It is our pleasure to cordially remind you about the invitation to our lunch debate hosted by Dr. Peter Liese, MEP of the EPP group.

If vol. 1 focused on the purchasing decisions (find more details here), now we shall look at triggering behaviour change of people indoors during the operation phase of buildings, so that high energy performance buildings actually deliver their promises in real life and at the same time ensuring people's satisfaction with their comfort, well-being and productivity. We shall go together through the current policy framework, recent research and practical examples for both residential and non-residential buildings.

Book your place by registering now! In case you don't have an European Parliament access badge please fill in all fields of the registration form (i.e. also birth date, nationality, type of ID card, No ID card).

RSVP before 21st September.


Click here for downloading the agenda of our lunch debate.

Debate moderated by Peter HUG, Managing Director, eu.bac

12:30 Welcome and introduction

Peter LIESE, Member of the European Parliament

12:40 Energy Efficiency Package state of play

Paul HODSON, Head of Unit C3, DG ENER, European Commission

12:55 Behaviour of people indoors linked to energy use, comfort and productivity

Valentina FABI, Researcher, Politecnico di Torino

Stefano CORGNATI, Professor, Politecnico di Torino & President of REHVA

13:10 A residential example from the building automation and controls industry

Stephan KOLB, Head of Industry Affairs - Residential Heating, Danfoss

13:20 A non-residential example from the building automation and controls industry

Betrand DEPREZ, Vice-President EU Government Affairs Strategy, Schneider Electric

13:30 Discussion

13:50 Policy outlook & conclusions