Energy efficiency in existing buildings: the pre-conditions for an effective intervention.
The seminar will present information and synergies about 3 European projects co-financed under the Horizon 2020 Programme: "BUILDHEAT", "SMART-UP", "GUARANTEE".
Seminar Agenda 3rd July, 2017
Roberta Dalla Casa
President of IV Municipality - Roma Capitale
New urban development models - RIGENERA's contribution to the Colli Aniene District Demo case: the innovative european project BUILDHEAT.
Stefano Rocchi, Presidente Rete RIGENERA
The sustainable district: between participation and technological integration
Carlo Proietti, vice presidente Consorzio AIC
The precondition to achieve high building energy performance
Pierluigi Cavicchioni, architect
The incentive tools for energy efficiency improvements on real estate
Mario Nocera, ENEA (Agency for new technology, energy and sustainable economic development)
Building information modelling for Sustainable Building and best practice example under the European project “GuarantEE”
Anna Moreno, Chemical Engineer, senior researcher and project manager at ENEA
Engineering solutions and thermal insulation in the building
Fabrizio Martini, Engineer expert in energy management
SMART-UP – H2020 European project - Training for professionals and consumer support
Marina Varvesi - AISFOR
Buildheat project: Not just technology but an opportunity for cultural exchange among the inhabitants
Giorgio Scavino, euro-project advisor
The seminar is organized under the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) and in coordination with the "BuildHEAT" project (GA 680658) devoted to urban regeneration through highly innovative solutions for the energy efficiency of buildings in the Colli Aniene district.
Other 2 European project will take part at the Seminar co contributing to the discussion on sustainable energy actions:
The "SMART UP" project (GA 649669), coordinated by AISFOR and aimed at increasing awareness of vulnerable families on household energy consumption (how much and how they consume) and to help them in adopting new energy efficient consumption habits through training of and assistance / information from social workers and energy technicians (e.g. installer of smart meters) working directly with vulnerable consumers (frontline staff).
Meeting organized under the European Energy Week (EUSEW) in coordination with the european projects BUILDHEAT, SMART-UP and GUARANTEE, co-funded by the Horizon 2020 European Program.
c/o SALA FALCONI
Largo Franchellucci, 69 Roma 00155
The seminar is held under the European Sustainable Energy Week and co-ordinated by RIGENERA, partner of "BUILDHEAT" european project, devoted to urban regeneration through highly innovative solutions for the energy efficiency of buildings in the Colli Aniene district.