Context of the conference
This symposium will take place on 11th of June 2019 in Brussels. During this event activities of various Technical Collaboration Programmes (TCP) of the International Energy Agency will be presented and focus will be on the energy reduction in the built environment and the reduction of CO2- emissions.
The symposium will explain the various activities. Special attention will be paid to the Belgian and Dutch context. The results of a diverse selection of projects will be presented, including energy resources on community and building level, the indoor environment and the role of users. The day will be closed with an interactive discussion and drinks.
The IEA Technical Collaboration Programme ‘Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme’ took the initiative to organise the symposium whereby the program and the practical organisation is handled by the Belgian and Dutch representatives. The target audience includes Belgian and Dutch professionals as well as representatives from international organizations based in Brussels.
This conference is organised by Dutch Flemish Buildings Physics Association (NVBV) and the Belgian Building Research Institute (WTCB-CSTC-BBRI).
Registration and fee
Registration can be done by google form: Click here (full link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gnk9xSEM-IIu3HfLFzdvdnSgfiYdbW2EcgpKX4POZgM )
The workshop fee is:
- 121 EUR (VAT incl.) : normal price
- 133.10 EUR (VAT incl.) : workshop fee and subscription NVBV1 till end 2019
This fee includes participation to the conference, documentation, lunch, coffee breaks and reception. After registration, the organizers will send an invoice (payment only possible by bank transfer).
The number of available seats is limited. You will receive an official confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org after registration on line or by e-mail.
The event will take place in the Herman Teirlinck Building (Havenlaan – Avenue du Port 88, 1000 Brussels), very close to the site Thurns & Taxis. This building (of the Flemish Authorities) is accessible by public transport and there is a shuttle service between the Herman Teirlinck building and Brussels-North station. When registered, you will receive a few days before the event more information about this service. Other accesses: a lot of possibilities on the following site (in Dutch language) : https://overheid.vlaanderen.be/bereikbaarheid-herman-teirlinck
English will be the official language. No translation is foreseen.
We like to thank the Flemish Energy Agency (VEA) for providing the conference facilities.
For additional information, please contact Stéphane Degauquier at BBRI: Avenue P. Holoffe 21, B 1342 Limelette, Belgium – tel: +32.2.655.77.11 – email@example.com