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Wednesday 10 April 2019
13:00 Welcome and introduction; Aitor Erkoreka – UPV/EHU, ES
13:15 Introduction to IEA-EBC Annex 71; Staf Roels – KU Leuven, BE
13:30 Measurement for validation (in-situ and real data); Richard Fitton Salford University, UK
14:20 Renovation projects for buildings and cities (EPBD, EED); César Valmaseda – CARTIF, ES
15:10 Coffee break
15:40 The urban dimension (from building to city modelling; CityGML); Volker Coors, University of Stuttgart, DE
16:30 The EPBD and energy related standards – CEN/ISO; Jaap Hogeling – EPB Centre, NL
17:20 Summary of day 1
17:30 End of day 1
Thursday 11 April
09:00 Documentation of performance gaps and energy flexible buildings (Annex 67); Søren Østergaard Jensen – DTI, DK
09:50 Renewable energy integration (Danish CITIES project); Henrik Madsen – DTU, DK
10:40 Coffee break
11:10 Electric vehicles integration (electrical storage); Pete Beckman – Argonne National Laboratory, USA
12:00 Panel discussion – IEA-EBC Annex 71 Task-leaders with invited experts
13:00 End of the Symposium.
During a final panel discussion, these topics will be discussed with IEA – EBC Annex 71.
The Symposium is organized around seven topics introduced in a separate article available here.
The symposium runs from Wednesday noon till Thursday noon. It is organised in the frame of the IEA-EBC Annex 71 6th Expert meeting, 8-11 April 2019 in Bilbao.