IEECB 2010 Commercial buildings

Start/Stop Date:
13–14 Apr 2010
Jointly organised by Messe Frankfurt and the European Commission DG JRC in conjunction with the Building Performance Congress.
Focus Areas:
energy efficiency
Type of Event:

The IEECB’06 conference will take place on 13 and 14 April 2010 in Frankfurt during Light+Building, the world’s leading trade fair for Architecture and Technology, 11 – 16 April 2010, in Frankfurt, Germany. Light+Building integrates the sectors related to building design – light, electrical engineering as well as home and building automation – at one trade fair. Integrated planning approaches and systems-linking interaction of various technical trades are no longer just a vision but a growing reality. Light+Building does justice to this with its unique international scope by presenting the subject in its entire breadth and depth. From investors to architects and engineers, up to specialist planners, process workers and operators, Light+Building is the number one industry event in 2010 forall experts involved in the conception, planning and management of buildings.

The IEECB conference seeks to bring together all the key players from this sector, including commercial buildings’ investors and property managers, energy efficiency experts and building technologies researchers, equipment manufacturers, service providers (ESCOs, utilities, facilities management companies) and policy makers, with a view to exchange information, to learn from each other and to network. At the conference key representatives of leading organisations and companies, institutions and equipment industry will present the overall picture and give details of policies, recent advancements and examples of best practice.

The wide scope of topics covered during the IEECB’06 conference includes: macro/micro approaches, state-of-the-art equipment and systems (lighting, HVAC auxiliary equipment, ICT & office equipment, miscellaneous equipment, BEMS, electricity on-site production, renewable energies, etc.) and the latest advances in R&D, tools, regulation & policy, demand-side and supply-side perspectives for all branches of activity (public and private sector, the commerce and retail sectors, hotels and restaurants, banks and insurance companies, local authorities, civil services & public bodies, education, universities & laboratories, hospitals, airport and stations, etc.).

In particular the conference aims to attract property investors, architects, and city planners to present and discuss synergies and cooperation in removing existing barriers to energy efficiency. The energy efficiency contribution to shareholder value and corporate social responsibility in publically traded companies, as well as the importance of public buildings as showcase example for energy efficiency solutions and practices.

The IEECB conference aims at attracting high level papers presenting new technologies, techniques, services, policies, programmes and strategies to increase energy efficiency, energy savings and to reduce greenhouse gases emissions in non-residential buildings. The conference covers both new buildings as well as existing buildings. Of particular interest are the existing barriers to energy efficiency investment, and analysis of behaviour of building investors, and occupiers.

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