On behalf of the Organising Committee we invite you to register as exhibitors to CLIMA 2019 EXPO that will take place from 26 until 29 May 2019, in Bucharest, Romania under the motto "PROSPECTION INTO THE FUTURE".



The +2000 sqm exhibition area is collocated with the leading REHVA HVAC&S&R World Congress CLIMA 2019, in the beautifull building of the Romanian National Library. The event is a result of the ambitious goal of creating a high-profile opportunity for companies of the sector to present their flagship products and exchange knowledge and innovative ideas in a highly professional and specialized setting.


CLIMA 2019 EXPO is a showcase that „can not be missed” for the most extraordinary technological novelties at which environmental sustainability is not only examined as an ethical commitment but also as a concrete business opportunity prone to interesting prospects of development in the near future.

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The planet's average surface temperature has risen about 0.9 degrees Celsius since the late 19th century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Most of the warming occurred in the past 35 years, with the five warmest years on record taking place since 2010. The number of intense rainfall events, extreme storms, hurricanes and tornadoes has been increasing since 1950. Nowadays, the real scenario is completed by the fast declination of the extent and thickness of Arctic sea ice (over the past decades), the increasing by about 30 percent of the acidity of surface ocean waters (since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution), the risen of the global sea level by about 20 cm (in the last century). Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that the climate-warming tendency over the past century is very likely due to human activities.


CLIMA 2019 congress will address four main topics - all related to the built environment, the biggest energy consumer of a given national or regional economy:

  1. Modern HVAC&R&S Technology and Indoor Environmental Quality
  2. High Energy Performance and Sustainable Buildings
  3. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the Intelligent Building Management
  4. Sustainable Urbanization and Energy System Integration

Modern HVAC&R&S Technology and Indoor Environmental Quality

Over 90% of the typical human life is spent indoors. Many of us have adapted to the indoor realm as our "natural" environment IEQ encompasses indoor air quality (IAQ), which focuses on airborne contaminants, as well as other health, safety, and comfort issues such as aesthetics, potable water surveillance, ergonomics, acoustics, lighting, and electromagnetic frequency levels. All these IEQ parameters could not be optimized without advanced HVAC&R&S technologies. The buildings could not be refurbished without advanced HVAC&R&S technologies.


CLIMA 2019 proposed sub-themes are: Criteria for thermal environment and ventilation; HVAC in residential buildings and schools; Demand controlled, hybrid and passive HVAC systems, Filtration, air cleaning and air distribution; Solar thermal and PV systems; Heat pumps and refrigeration; Natural and mechanical smoke extraction systems; Water and wastewater systems and components etc.


High Energy Performance and Sustainable Buildings

Buildings shall be constructed and renovated with an appreciation of the importance of providing high-quality and sustainable interior environments, with minimum costs for all users.


A building design is deemed to be cost-effective if it results in benefits equal to those of alternative designs and has a lower whole life cost, or total cost of ownership. For example, the HVAC system alternative that satisfies the heating and cooling requirements of a building at the minimum whole life cost, is the cost-effective HVAC system of choice. Components of the whole life cost include the initial design and construction cost, on-going operations and maintenance, parts replacement, disposal cost or salvage value, and of course the useful life of the system or building.


We suppose that CLIMA 2019 sub-topics as: Low and zero energy building case studies; Predicted and real energy performance of buildings; Energy performance requirements, compliance assessment and cost optimality; Simulation models and predictive tools for the buildings HVAC, IEQ and energy; Building components and double skin facades; Occupant behavior and energy demands in buildings; Future and Emerging Technologies (FET): Nano-, micro- and bio-technologies for buildings components and HVAC systems; Mandatory and voluntary certification and labelling schemes for new and existing buildings; Renovation of historic buildings

could attract an important number of researchers, industrials and young students.


Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the Intelligent Building Management

Building management system (BMS) is a collection of software and hardware to seamlessly monitor and lead an important and vital part of a building. Task of this collection is constant monitoring of different parts of building and leading in way which performance of different parts of building together is efficient, undesirable usages decrease and pleasant and safe environment is created. Information and communication technology provides this needed infrastructure to immediately exchange information in long distances.


Today, the most part of the current technology in normal buildings is not smart, unfortunately. Innovative ICT is the key to future smart buildings as part of the truly sustainable built environment. Without substantial advances in ICT our buildings will continue to be poorly energy performant and of course, not sustainable at all.


That is why CLIMA 2019 has not neglected topics like: New ICT-based solutions for systems and building automation; Energy Efficiency through behavioral adaption based on ICT solutions; Indoor Environment control with advanced BMS solutions; Sensors and methods to control and authenticate indoor environment; Advanced fault detection and diagnostics; Integrated BIM solutions for buildings and systems; Digitalization of buildings equipment etc.


Sustainable Urbanization and Energy System Integration

In 1900, 15% of a global population of 1.5 billion people lived in cities. At the end of the 20th century urban areas in the world have grown considerably. According to the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations, in 1990 there were 10 so called “megacities” with more than 10 million inhabitants, representing less than 7% of the global urban population. By 2010, the number of megacities was 27, the population they contained grew to 460 million, and these agglomerations accounted for 6.7% of the world’s population. Since 2008 cities host more than 50% of the inhabitants of the planet with the share expected to increase up to 67% by 2050. Furthermore, cities are located on less than 5% of the Earth’s land surface and yet use around 80% of the resources and are responsible for approximately 80% CO2 global emissions.

Sustainable urbanization means reducing energy use in cities by managing the way energy flows into, through and out the city.


With justified interest in this area CLIMA 2019 will contribute by offering opportunity to researchers and experts in this field to present their work on subtopics like: Grid interaction of nZE, green and passive buildings; Architectural design integration; Health, demographic change and wellbeing; Energy management and distributed energy systems (heat and power generation, district heating and cooling); Innovative heating and cooling solutions using geothermal energy; Large scale and seasonal thermal storage; Smartness indicators; Demonstrating innovative nature-based solutions in cities etc.


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photo REHVA CL April2016 Prof.Assoc.Dr.Eng. Cătălin LUNGU CONGRESS ORGANISATION
Ilinca Nastase Prof.Assoc.Dr.Eng. Ilinca NĂSTASE SCIENTIFIC


Sponsorships go fast, secure yours today!
1. Select the sponsored items that are the best fit for your company.
4. Return the documents signed to CLIMA 2019 organizing team (info@clima2019.org).
5. You will receive back the signed documents from our side.
(Please send one logo in .jpg or .png format and one logo in a vector .eps file.)

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Opening Reception
20,000 Euro+VAT Exclusive
Audio Visual
20000 Euro+VAT Exclusive
Coffee Break
3000 Euro+VAT (6 Available)
Congress Lunch
15000+VAT (3 Available)
Wi-Fi Hot Spot
15000+VAT Exclusive
Student Volunteer Support
5000 Euro (2 available)
Congress Bags
15000 Eur+VAT Exclusive
Congress Lanyards+Notepads
5000 Eur+VAT Exclusive
Congress pens
5000 Eur+VAT Exclusive
Full cover of the congress program
5000 Eur+VAT Exclusive


Our offer covers:

1)  A slot of max 2,5 hours in the official program of the CLIMA 2019 congress
2) Equipped room (sound system with 2 microphones, projector, screen, laser pointer, flip-chart and notebook)
3) The workshop announced (with name and logo of the supporter/supporters)
       in the official program of the congress
       in REHVA newsletter - 2 times
       In REHVA bulletin - 2 times
       in REHVA journal - once
4) The summary of the workshop will be published (with name of the supporter/supporters)
       on  REHVA & CLIMA website
       in REHVA journal
       in the congress e-newsletter (at least 2 times)
       on social-media (at least 2 times)
5) A REHVA Report published after the event, with workshop summaries  20 REHVA Reports will be sent to the workshop supporter(s) (OPTIONAL)
6) A full page advertisement in the summary report
7) Free full entrance(s) at the congress for workshop chair(s)
8) Possibility to place one ore more roll-ups/banners in the workshop room and/or in front of the workshop room
9) Possibility to distribute promotional materials during the hole congress period
10) Possibility to co-organise in team (maximum 4 members and 2 co-chairs) an workshop. In such case the advertisement in the journal has to be shared.
11) 5…10% discount for an exhibition booth rent.
Before organizing a CLIMA 2019 workshop:
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CLIMA 2019 continues with its longstanding tradition to offer several practical, interactive workshops beside the plenary paper sessions. The workshops are organised by REHVA and its international sister associations, by AIIR and European research and innovation projects, as well as REHVA or AIIR supporter companies representing leading HVAC manufactures and service providers.


Here bellow we list the entire set of the workshops awaiting for your attendance. This list is still open to other potential workshop organizers !




Sponsor & Organiser: DAIKIN

Chair: ...


Speakers: ...

Short description: Daikin is looking to invite for papers amongst (PhD) students based on subjects provided by Daikin. Prior to the event, papers assigned to poster presentation session will be nominated for the Daikin award and presentations will be held in a workshop organized by Daikin including a jury to select the final price winner. The presentations will be mixed with short Daikin presentations on subjects of interest to the (academic) stakeholders. A special team of reviewers (experts in Daikin and also external reviewers) will make a selection of 8 nominated papers. The 8 nominations will be requested to present the paper (15 minutes each) for a special jury during CLIMA 2019. The jury will select the final winner.



Title: Third-party confidence for building projects: Eurovent tools to deliver value



Chair: Eric Melquiond, President of Eurovent Certita Certification


Speakers: Erick Melquiond - President of Eurovent Certita Certification, Thibaud De Loynes -Project Director of Prodbim, Cormac Ryan -Project Director of Copilot

Short description: As quality is critical to risk management, we have developed a portfolio of solutions to help you de-risk your products and projects. Third party certification provides the best assurance that “you get what it says on the box”. This reassurance adds value as it de-risks products and projects. Eurovent offers third party certification of HVAC products and projects. We cover the entire lifecycle of HVAC from manufacture to installed operation. The workshop will introduce you to:

  1. ECP certification programme: focus on Indoor Air Quality
  2. HVAC Products data from PIM to BIM: PRODBIM
  3. The installation and operation of HVAC equipment: COPILOT Building Commissioning Solutions

EUROVENT CERTITA CERTIFICATION is a major European certification body providing voluntary 3rd party certification in the field of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC-R), offering its customers a one-stop service solution thanks to the extensive scope of its activities. 

PRODBIM, as part of the Eurovent group, provides a new service to HVAC manufacturers for the management of their product information (PIM). With the new digital usage of the Building Information Modelling (BIM), and the multi standards and countries codes, there is a need to deliver multi-formats of product data to the market. The new BIM standard for the information exchange (standard file IFC format under ISO 16 739) redefines the catalogue and custom product data to send to softwares, and brings 3rd party confidence requirement on the product data. We will highlight and explain what the requirement for product data qualification means for the building, and how PRODBIM acts as a bridge between PIM and BIM as 3rd party qualified database service provider.   

COPILOT supervises and Eurovent-certifies HVAC commissioning to enhance installed quality and performance. We verify and certify that HVAC systems are designed, installed, tested and documented in accordance with client requirements. COPILOT uses Client Workshops to identify objectives and define KPIs. These Client KPIs drive design, construction and operation commissioning.

Certified Commissioning Managers apply COPILOT protocols and undertake commissioning on site. We verify HVAC performance by Comfort Alerts and seasonal testing. COPILOT solutions can be used on all building projects.



Title: The Value of Good Performance; How High-Performance Buildings Protect the Asset value and Increase your Bottom Line

Organiser: BRE-Building Research Establishment

Sponsor: BRE Global


Speakers: Dr. Andy Lewry and James Fisher, presenters of case studies

Short description: The discussion would address questions such as: we have the ability to design good buildings and the knowledge to operate them in an effective and efficient manner – so why doesn’t it happen? Why doesn’t the design feed through to performance-in-use? “The performance gap”, with increased energy usage of between 200-450%: what are causes and how can this be remedied? What is the effect on the asset and its value from poor performance?  The second session will be a showcase for high performance buildings in Romania – Where 4 cases where presented and then the discussion on how the sustainable performance and certification was achieved.


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Title: NZEB concepts in Europe and Japan

Organiser: REHVA & SHASE

Chairs: Jarek Kurnitski-REHVA; Gyuyoung Yoon-SHASE

Speakers: Jarek Kurnitski - Tallinn University of Technology, Gyuyoung Yoon - Nagoya City University; Hideharu Niwa - Nikken Sekkei Research Institute, HisaTaka Kitora - The Kansai Electric Power Co, Martin Thalfeldt - Tallinn University of Technology

Short description: Recent developments of nearly zero and zero energy requirements in EU and Japan are discussed and possibilities to benchmark NZEB performance levels in different climates and countries will be analysed in more general. The aim is to show how energy performance requirements are set and how these can be compared so that climatic differences, national input data and calculation rules are taken into account.



Title: Evidence-based ventilation needs and development process of future standards

Organiser: REHVA & ISIAQ

Chairs: Jarek Kurnitski-REHVA, Pawel Wargocki-ISIAQ


Speakers: Jarek Kurnitski, Pawel Wargocki, Bjarne Olesen, William Bahnfleth

Short description: Recent research findings, their interpretation and meaning for ventilation system sizing is discussed with the aim to establish evidence-based design criteria of ventilation rates for residential and non-residential buildings. The workshop attempts to summarize existing evidence, possible knowledge gaps and to specify further actions what are needed to implement evidence-based ventilation rate values into future indoor climate standards such as EN 16798-1:2019 and possibly some other ventilation standards.



Title: Dissemination and roll-out of the set of EPB standards. Asking feedback from practitioners

Organiser: REHVA & EPB Center

Chairs: Jaap Hogeling-REHVA, Dick van Dijk-EPB Center


Speakers: Jaap Hogeling, Dick van Dijk

Short description: The EPB Center (www.epb.center) has been set up to support the uptake of the (CEN and CEN ISO) Energy Performance of Buildings standards developed under EC Mandate M/480, by providing tailored information, technical assistance and capacity building services for involved stakeholders. The purpose of this workshop is to inform the participants about the ongoing activities, more importantly to interact and obtain feedback from professionals involved or interested in the EPB assessment and in the implementation of the related articles of the recently revised EPBD.



Title:  From regular inspection to BACS supported HVAC system technical monitoring, commissioning and certification

Organiser: REHVA & eu.bac

Chairs: Atze Boerstra-REHVA; Peter Hug-eu.bac


Speakers: DG ENERGY (tbc); Bonnie Brooks - Siemens/eu.bac; Stefan Plesser, synavision; Cormac Ryan, CoPilot

Short description: This workshop will present the wide spectrum of tools supported by BACS to improve and optimize HVAC systems’ performance and make it transparent to building owners and operators. Speakers will present requirements of the revised EPBD, discuss the role of BACS in ongoing commissioning with outlook to the future, present BACS supported technical monitoring tools and introduce the COPILOT commissioning certification scheme developed with contribution of REHVA Member Associations and other partners.



Title: Towards optimized performance, design, and comfort in hybridGEOTABS buildings

Organiser: hybridGEOTABS

Chair: Lieve Helsen, KULeuven


Speakers: Lieve Helsen, KULeuven; Eline Himpe, UGent; Ongun Berk Kazanci, DTU; Qian Wang, Uponor/KTH; Wim Boydens, Boydens Engineering.

Short description: HybridGEOTABS refers to the integration of GEOTABS (Geothermal heat pumps in combination with Thermally Activated Building Systems) with secondary heating and cooling systems. This technology offers huge potential to meet heating and cooling needs throughout Europe in a sustainable way, while providing a very comfortable conditioning of the indoor space. This workshop will discuss the effects of radiant heating and cooling systems on IEQ, as well as the proper design of hybridGEOTABS buildings.



Title: Building commissioning in Europe

Organiser: QUANTUM

Chairs: Stefan Plesser, Ole Teisen


Speakers: Stefan Plesser, IGS TU Braunschweig; Jan Mehnert, IGS; Ole Teisen, Sweco; Margot Grim, E7; Cormac Ryan, CoPilot

Short description: New buildings and deep retrofits with their sophisticated systems for heating, cooling and air conditioning are rather complicated technical systems. Especially, building automation and control systems have added complexity to building projects. As a consequence, the performance gap appeared. Quality management, a process of supporting the fulfilment of requirements, can solve this problem. The workshop will present the current stage of quality management for building performance. This workshop is part of the project ‘QUANTUM – Quality management for building performance’ and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 680529.




Title: Why people matter? Exploitation strategies for people-centred design

Organiser: TripleA-reno & MOBISTYLE

Chair:  Dr. Simona D’Oca, Huygen Engineers & Consultants


Speakers: Dr. Simona D’Oca, Huygen Engineers & Consultants; Dr. Dan Podjed, Institute for Innovation and Development of the University of Ljubljana; Ana Tisov, Huygen Engineers & Consultants

Short description: the workshop is organised by the H2020 projects TripleA-reno and MOBISTYLE, which both adopted a people-centred approach to improve the performance of the European building stock reaching beyond the focus on technology-driven solutions. The workshop will introduce the TripleA-reno and MOBISTYLE open ICT solutions, followed by a dynamic interactive brainstorm session around the following questions: What problems can the gamified platforms and ICT solutions solve for the engineering branch? Why these open platforms are better than the existing ones? What results do these projects offer for engineers and manufacturers? Who are the users of these innovative solutions and how can we better deliver the tools to them?



Title: The Power of the Cloud

Organiser: Belimo Automation AG

Chair: Dr. Marc Thuillard


Speakers: Dr. Marc Thuillard, Dipl. Ing. Marc Steiner, Dipl. Ing. Forest Reider

Short description: This workshop presents how the power of the cloud can benefit the HVAC industry, by facilitating the exchange of information between stakeholders, it can affect the entire lifecycle of a building. The design, commissioning, operation and maintenance can leverage the cloud as a medium to store and share information, configure and monitor devices, and provide a gateway to integrate technologies.  It provides a medium for transparency, intelligent monitoring, and optimization.



Title: Advanced HVAC/R Measurement Technology and Indoor Air Quality Monitoring


Chair:  Horatiu BASA


Speakers: Horatiu Basa

Short description: This workshop presents the latest measurement technology in the HVAC/R market and will demonstrate how SMART instrumentation is able to considerably reduce the commissioning time and costs for any HVAC/R technician. The communication between the measuring instruments and mobile devices is a huge benefit  for any technician who wants to become more efficient. Testo will also present the latest, state of the art and unique instrument for Indoor Air Quality analysis and measurement of the VAC systems.



Title: Societal changes and the impact on energy consumption (TBC)

Organiser: EPEE & EVIA

Chair:  EPEE & EVIA


Speakers: Members from the industry/EVIA and EPEE representatives

Short description: Energy use strongly affects and is affected by living standards and culture. The objective of the workshop is to discuss how the societal changes impact the energy consumption. 

Structure: After a short opening speech from each of the partners, the workshop will be structured as a World Café: according to the number of participants, groups of people will discuss a topic at several tables, with individuals switching tables periodically and getting introduced to the previous discussion at their new table by a "table host". Each table has a different set of questions belonging to a comprehensive theme. After approximately 20 minutes participants move to a next table where another topic is discussed.

After this slot, there will be closing remarks and a short summary of the discussions.



Title: Energy in Buildings  Paths in Europe and China - Two Zooming Experiences

Organiser: REHVA & CCHVAC

ChairProfessor Manuel Carlos Gameiro da Silva


Speakers: REHVA & CCHVAC reprezentatives

Short description: From each side, there will be 3 presentations corresponding to different scales when studying the problem of Energy in Buildings:

-First, a large scale presentation about energy markets, primary energy data, targets regarding energy efficiency and emissions, etc

-Second, a medium scale presentation about buildings and urban environment, where topics like smart cities, nearly zero energy buildings, nearly zero energy districts and integration of renewables may be addressed;

-Third, a micro-scale presentation related to indoor environmental quality, where monitoring web based tools, human factors, the smart readiness indicator (for the European side) may be the topics for the presentation;







Chair:  Dan Moraru & Jeroen Van Parijs 


Speakers: Jeroen Van Parijs/Belgium, Dan Moraru/Romania, eng. Alin Epure/Dubai, arch. Andrei Uleia/Romania, eng. Eugen Rotariu/Norway, eng. Ciprian Popa-PhD Student/Romania

Short description: BIM is an essential step to move the construction industry into a digital world. Building Owners, Contractors, Architects, Structural Engineers, Building Services Engineers should work hand-in-hand, in a virtual environment, to design modern, cost and energy efficient buildings, according to client requirements and with the latest norms. The speakers will have individual presentations in which they cover the following topics:

  • Green BIM Projec t Study cases
  • Green Design Approach using challenging materials
  • BIM in education



Title: Indoor Environment Design for Smart Buildings - UPDATED !

Organiser: HALTON

Chairs: Anna Gagneur, Halton Oy


Speakers: Prof. Arsen Melikov, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Dr. Panu Mustakallio, Halton Oy, Prof. Risto Kosonen, Aalto University

Short description: This workshop presents and discusses the intelligent indoor climate technologies for smart buildings. The workshop focuses to non-residential buildings. It starts from the overall target of providing and ensuring wellbeing for building occupants.

The need for paradigm shift in generating indoor environment that complies with the needs of smart buildings is presented. Design options focused on providing indoor climate for single or group of occupants in smart buildings is discussed. In such buildings the design of indoor climate system sets boundaries for smart management of indoor conditions. Important question is how to assess indoor environment in future buildings. Current and future methods for control and assessment of indoor environment is presented and discussed.

The design of Halton Vario demand based indoor climate system for smart office building is introduced. This design enables flexible variable airflows in spaces with different needs, based on intelligent room units with sensors and user interfaces. The system responds to floor layout changes and operates in energy efficient manner. Case study of Halton Vario system in European research project LowUp is presented.

Room systems as a service platform for smart buildings is introduced. The performance of the concept is demonstrated in seven meeting rooms of an educational building. The main benefits of the novel, smart system compared to the standard ones are the improved monitoring of the ventilation system performance, enhanced controllability of indoor climate in energy efficient manner, and improved users’ perception on the indoor climate. Overview of the trends in smart management of indoor climate conditions with the Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) for buildings as established by the European Union is presented.

There will be discussion and brainstorming of the subject between the presentations.



Title: Costs and benefits of antibacterial filter and its effects on energy saving, human health and worker productivity

Sponsor: Rhoss SpA, Italy

Chairs: Leonardo Prendin - Marketing Director


Speakers: Leonardo Prendin - Marketing Director & Micaela Ranieri - Product Manager

Short description: The outdoor air pollution and the insufficient hygiene of HVAC systems often result in the low quality of indoor air. The World Health Organization estimated that 50% of indoor biological contamination comes from the air-handling system. Some studies demonstrated that the air filters are sources of pollution due to the accumulation and proliferation of bacteria on the surface. Furthermore, the presence of contaminants in indoor environments can have a negative impact on health and productivity of the occupants, who spend about 80% of their time indoors (of which 30-40% in offices). To guarantee not only a better indoor air quality but also a lower health risk and an increase in worker productivity, a new concept of biocidal filtration has been introduced.

The workshop will present the results of a literature review aimed at exploring how to integrate the health and performance effects on building occupants into the economic benefits of the antibacterial filter. In detail, the research focuses on the methods used to evaluate costs and benefits produced by the application of a biocidal filter, comparing it with a traditional one, by means of computing both direct costs (related to hospitalization and antibiotic treatment) and indirect costs (mainly identified with the loss of working days). Therefore, this analysis want to enhance the focus on energy technology developing an idea of the impact on human health and employee performance.




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Title: Energy renovation of building stock towards nZEB levels - How to prepare the market for the challenge?

Organizers: Fit-to-nZEB & iBRoad                                         Grundfos Romania

Chairs:  Dr. Horia Petran/INCD URBAN-INCERC &Cluster Pro-nZEB, Dragomir Tzanev/Eneffect


Speakers: Horia Petran - INCD URBAN-INCERC & Cluster Pro-nZEB, Dragomir Tzanev (Eneffect), Octavian Serban - Grundfos Pompe Romania

Short description: The workshop is organised by the H2020 projects iBRoad (Individual Building Renovation Roadmaps) and Fit-to-NZEB (Innovative training schemes for retrofitting to nZEB-levels​) together with Grundfos Pompe Romania bringing the innovations offered by the BetterHome initiative. The workshop focuses on developing and combining effective tools to facilitate deep energy renovation of existing building stock at high performance levels in order to support the achievement of decarbonising targets for 2050.

The workshop will introduce the preliminary results of iBRoad and Fit-to-NZEB projects and relevant initiatives from Grundfos, followed by a dynamic interactive consultation session around the development and implementation of tools like building renovation roadmap (step-by-step plan) and building-related information logbook, as well as quality training and education programs for all qualification levels. One of the key questions to be answered is how can we better deliver these innovative tools to the users.

The target audience is broad and includes professionals (from energy auditors for buildings and designers to representatives of construction companies and on-site tradespersons), decision makers (central and local authorities, representatives of financial institutions and building owners) and technology suppliers.



Find a partner for your projects!

Organising the B2B session, we offer you the exceptional occasion to meet potential technological or business partners for your projects and to make the most of your time at the congress by:

  • Facilitating your meetings with international companies (15...30-minute slots)
  • Introducing you to potential partners and presenting the opportunity to advance your business (present your company, your projects and the technological or business collaboration you are expecting to concretise).
Important Dates:
  • Register until the 15th of April 2019
  • Book meetings until the 1st of May 2019
  • Final e-agenda will be published the 15th of May 2019
  • B2B meetings will take place the 27th and 28th of may 2019
Romanian National Library, 22nd Bdul Unirii, Bucharest, Romania
Contact B2B Session:
Ileana MOANTA (office@aiiro.ro, tel/fax +40212524295)


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