9-11 Sept 2015. Lausanne, Switzerland
"Future Buildings and Districts - Sustainability from Nano to Urban Scale" is the slogan of 2015´s international scientific conference CISBAT. Every two years, building scientists, industry, research, academia and other professionals active in the domains of renewable energy, sustainability, building and urbanism get together at this worldwide event.
CISBAT 2015 will be held in the Swiss city of Lausanne on 9 - 11 September 2015 offering a platform for dialog and presentations focused on sustainable building and urban district design and featuring high-level keynotes, thematic sessions and technical visits.
All three demo sites and activities from the project have submitted papers.
Sustainable Places 2015
16-18 Sept 2015. Savona, Italy
The 3rd edition of Sustainable Places will round up key stakeholders from the energy efficiency value chain in Savona. Around 200 scientists, researchers and engineers from research institutes and the industry are expected to attend this annual worldwide conference. Energy efficiency at building, district and city levels will be at the core of the event. Organised by EU-projects RESILIENT and PERFORMER, Sustainable Places 2015 will foster dialogue and clustering among projects funded under FP7 and H2020 EeB PPP.
Ali Vasallo and Julia Vicente from CARTIF and Belén Gómez-Uribarri Serrano from ACCIONA are represented in the Technical Programme Committee.
European Biomass to Power
16-17 Sept 2015. Berlin, Germany
Berlin will host the 5th annual European Biomass to Power on the 16 - 17 September. The two-day event will bring up the latest developments on the European biomass market. Practical examples of biomass cogeneration projects and the sustainability and commodity challenges will also be covered during the conference. European Biomass to Power attracts stakeholders such as power companies, biomass producers, biomass traders and distribution companies, renewable energy consultancies, regional and national governments and regulatory and research bodies.