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Constructing Energy Efficiency: Buildings for 2020 and Beyond

February 13th, 2014, 3 p.m. - 4.25 p.m.

Réunion à Paris
Buildings consume 40% of final energy and are responsible for 23% of greenhouse gas emissions. In the wake of the Directive on the energy performance of buildings in 2002, there have been major projects for new buildings that not only have low levels of consumption, but that now even have net positive energy. ICT and smart grids are also being revolutionised, creating new local level solutions for more efficient urban districts. These achievements are encouraging, but should not slow the progress of building renovations, which have considerable economic, environmental and social benefits.
  • What is the status of the energy consumption of buildings in Europe?
  • What are the prospects and projects for “low energy” or “positive energy” buildings?
  • How can these new solutions reduce consumption of existing buildings?
  • What will the smarter European district look like?
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Liste des intervenants
Vincent Maret
directeur énergie
Pierre Duchesne
Charles Gourio
Smart Impulse
Directeur Développement
Lone Feifer
Programme Director, Sustainable Living in Buildings
James Drinkwater
Senior Policy Advisor
Eva Boo
LGI Consulting
Chief Innovation Officer