Unpacking and explaining sustainable renovations – an essential workshop for energy professionals
CITyFiED is proud to join forces with the dynamic World Sustainable Energy Days in Wiels, Austria to deliver a hands on session full of practical takeaways and real world insights 2 March 2018.
Get your first inspirational knowledge boost of 2018 by joining the variety of excellent parallel events in Wiels, Austria. Several thematic conferences dedicated to energy issues and sustainability are on offer, including a workshop fuelled by experts from Sweden, Spain and Turkey associated with the CITyFiED project.
A session is entitled “A smarter way to delivering sustainable urban renovations at district level? Real world experiences unpacked and explained” will be chaired by Ali Vasallo of research organisation CARTIF and include interventions focusing on the social and economic keys to renovation success.
- Time-saving tools for success in complex urban environments: the CITyFiED approach
- People, planet, profit? Financing and delivering 140,000m2 of deep retrofitting
- District development and the social fabric – importance of a mature and respectful dialogue with communities
Join us for some powerful lessons from around Europe and a packed few days of energy efficiency and sustainability in the presence of over 700 fellow professionals.
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