Venue: Leopold Hotel Brussels
Address: rue du Luxembourg 35, 1050, in Brussels
Up to 90% of our lives is spent indoors, yet the air quality inside buildings has been shown to be 2 to 5 times poorer than outdoors. This can also true for modern energy efficient buildings due to increased insulation levels and greater air tightness. In this event, policy makers, industries, building designers and academia will have the opportunity to learn how innovative eco-materials can help address both indoor air quality and energy efficiency in buildings, and discuss how best to bring those innovations to the market.
As places are limited, please make sure to register for the event no later than 31 May 2017.
14:00 | Registration and coffee
14:30 | Welcome and introduction
14:45 | Keeping indoor air quality on the energy efficiency agenda
15:00 | Innovation with eco-materials: low energy solutions using natural materials
15:15 | What place for eco-materials and indoor air quality in EU and national policies?
15:30 | Questions and answers
15:45 |Coffee break
16:00 | Integrating IAQ and eco-materials in industrial strategies
16:15 | Supporting solutions people can actually use
16:30 | Overcoming market barriers to the deployment of bio-based solutions for energy efficient buildings
16:45 | Panel discussion: Eco-materials – what now to expand the market uptake?
17:20 |Closing words
17:30 | Networking reception
ECO-SEE is a four-year project that set out to develop and assess the performance of innovative eco-building materials. As the project is nearing its conclusion, this event will build on the results of the project as well as input from other similar initiatives. More information at www.eco-see.eu.
Please contact Guillaume Corradino, Greenovate!Europe