Delivering NZEB: Passive House Buildings in Europe (in English)
Friday, 3 May 2019, 2:30 pm, Kammermusiksaal (level 1)
The Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) is upon us and by the end of 2020 all new buildings in Europe will be an NZEB. This session will delve into the details of how Passive House buildings meet the NZEB requirements across Europe.
The presentations will investigate a variety of different building types and climatic zones and demonstrate how Passive House buildings can reach the NZEB standard in each of the cases. NZEB standards vary from country to country and examples from Bulgaria, the UK, Austria and Italy will be presented and show how the features of Passive House buildings allow them to meet varying NZEB guidelines across these diverse nations and climatic areas.
|2:30 pm||Implementation, development and future of the EU energy policy||Mario Dionisio|
|2:45 pm||High rise Passivhaus development in the UK Carbon impact study||Ann-Marie Fallon|
|3:05 pm||Buhnici House in Bucharest, Romania||Marius Soflete|
|3:25 pm||Passive House design in southern Italy compared to NZEB||Piero Russo|
|3:45 pm||PH responding to climate change with mitigation and adaptation||Laszlo Szeker|