ASIEPI web event 1

ASIEPI web event 1

Ways to stimulate a market transformation of envelope airtightness -
Analysis of on-going developments and success stories in 5 European countries

Date: 12 December 2008, 10:00-12:00 GMT+1 (Paris time)

Envelope airtightness is an important feature for low-energy, well-ventilated buildings. Germany has produced a continuous effort on this issue during the past two decades. More recently, there has been an increasing interest for this issue in some other European countries, with interesting developments to further stimulate the market.  

The objective of this WebEvent is to give you :
- an overview of those interesting developments in Belgium, France, Finland, and Norway;
- feed-back on the German experience;
- an opportunity to give your point of view.

 

You missed this WebEvent? No problem. The presentations have been recorded. You may find the recordings of the presentation, as well as the .pdf files, in the next table. The answers to the questions raised during the web events are also available in the table. (To watch the recordings, WebEx Network recording player software will be installed.)

 

Topic

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Brief presentation of the ASIEPI project by Rémi Carrié, CETE de Lyon, WP5 leader

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Introduction in the building airtightness issue bridges as covered in ASIEPI by Rémi Carrié, CETE de Lyon

Airtightness revival in Norway by Aurlien Tormod, SINTEF

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Recent steps towards the generalization of airtight buildings in France by Rémi Carrié, CETE de Lyon

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Recent market trends in Belgium by Nicolas Heijmans, BBRI



here

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Over two decades of experience with airtight buildings in Germnay by Bernd Rosenthal, E-U-[Z]

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Questions

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Conclusion and closure by Rémi Carrié, CETE de Lyon, WP5 leader

 

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