BPIE and the European Copper Institute invite you to a workshop on smart buildings covering both the policy aspects of integrating such a concept in EU legislation as well as real-world examples. This event will debunk myths about smart buildings and explore how consumers can be empowered by living and working in them. We also aim to demonstrate the links between smart buildings and other sectors such as ICT or mobility.
During this event there will be a eu.bac presentation on "A smart EPBD for people, business and the environment".
Note that the numer of seats is limited. Participation is free of charge, but registration is necessary (http://go.leonardo-energy.org/171121SmartBuildings_Join.html).
EPEE and EVIA will host a high-level conference bringing together NGOs, academia, decision-makers, and industry professionals across the HVAC-R value chain to brainstorm, build bridges, and positively impact our daily environment.
Heating, cooling and ventilation affects the daily lives of citizens across the globe. The two EU associations have made it their mission to explain how we can continue to make a difference to people and ensure future generations inhabit a comfortable environment, wherever they may be.
Generation Z, who was at the heart of EUREKA 2016, will be actively involved in discussions during EUREKA 2017, and will explore – with our industry – the best way for the HVAC-R sector to answer to future consumers' demands and make solutions fit for the future.
eu.bac Managing Director, Dr. Peter Hug, will be one of the brainstorm leader in the Breakout sessions to be held on Tuesday 12 December, 14.00-15.40.
REGISTRATION at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eureka-2017-heating-cooling-ventilation-sustainable-technologies-for-a-better-life-tickets-34068894982?aff=es2