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Home Meetings and Events 6th International ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins, 6-7 Dec 2011, Bressanone, Italy

6th International ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins

06 - 07 December 2011, Bressanone, Italy

It is a pleasure to invite you to this year's ENERGY FORUM on Solar Building Skins that will take place from 06-07 December in Bressanone, northern Italy. The main objective of the conference is to contribute to a multidisciplinary, integrated planning approach among architects, engineers, scientists, energy managers and manufacturers, with the aim to reduce energy consumption while improving the comfort of the building's occupants. Emphasis will be placed on the latest developments and innovations in integrated components for the building industry, in particular with regard to the use of renewable energy and multifunctional building envelope. This year's topics include:

- Intelligent and adaptive building skins

- Cost aspects of integrating photovoltaics into façades (BIPV)

- Lessons learned from BIPV projects

­- Innovative developments in photovoltaics and glazing

- Affordability and marketability of plus energy houses

- Natural ventilation and thermal behavior of the building envelope

- Enhanced daylighting and shading

- Models, tools and simulations for solar buildings

For the complete conference and workshop program, please visit  www.energy-forum.com. The conference fee is 480 EUR and includes the proceedings (full manuscripts), two lunches and all coffee breaks; participants who register online by October 15th will receive a 10% discount.

Last Updated (Saturday, 30 June 2012 17:23)

 
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