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Principles for nearly Zero-Energy Office Buildings

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IEECB 12_draft programme for brochure.doc 1 Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Building Conference (IEECB’12) Frankfurt 18-19 April 2012 Conference Programme 1st Day Wednesday 18 April 09:00-10:40 Session 1.a Policies and Programmes I Chair: Barriers to achieving energy and carbon reductions in new-built and refurbished schools in England Amrita Dasgupta Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De-Montfort University (United Kingdom) Latest developments of electricity consumption and efficiency trends in the tertiary sector in the European Union Bettina Hirl Joint Research Centre of the European Commission DG JRC (Italy) Energy consumption analysis in the service sector Georg Benke e7 Energie Markt Analyse GmbH (Austria) Database for Energy Consumption of Commercial buildings in Japan Shigeki Kametani Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan) Session 1.b HVAC I Chair: Improved indoor air quality by energy efficient air filtration Thomas Caesar Freudenberg Filtration Technologies KG (Germany) Evaluation and optimization of geothermal heat exchanger in energy efficient office buildings Franziska Bockelmann Technical University of Braunschweig (Germany) Energy recovery in air handling units by using multifunctional integrated circuit systems Raffael Ahmed GEA Air Treatment GmbH (Germany) Energy and peak demand savings potential in office buildings by night time ventilation Hashem Akbari Concordia University (Canada) 2 10:40-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-13:05 Session 2.a Policies and Programmes II Chair: Principles for nearly zero-energy office Buildings Bogdan Atanasiu Buildings performance institute Europe (Belgium) Zero energy commercial & public buildings strategies and transaction pathways building Armin Mayer Institute for Building Efficiency Evaluation of the European GreenBuilding Programme Paolo Bertoldi European Commission JRC (italy) Aligning building energy policies with technologies Yamina Saheb Intern

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