Webinar: Demand-Controlled Ventilation in the European context
International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance (INIVE EEIG)
Because ventilation represents a very substantial part of the space conditioning energy needs, there is a growing interest in European member states for Demand-Controlled Ventilation (DCV), i.e., for strategies and systems to control the amount of air provided indoors depending on the actual needs.
The objective of this webinar is to give an overview of the approaches developed in 4 European countries to consider these systems consistently with European standards, in particular, in an energy performance regulation context.
This webinar is organized in the framework of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre, which is operated by INIVE under the Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems implementing agreement, within the context of the International Energy Agency.
- 10:00 Introduction and context of the Webinar
Peter Wouters and Rémi Carrié
- 10:10 EU Approach to demand-controlled ventilation in residences
Marc Jardinier and Jean-Luc Savin, AERECO, France
- 10:25 Demand-controlled ventilation in the Belgium energy performance regulation
Jelle Laverge, Ghent University, Belgium
- 10:40 Questions and answers
- 10:50 Demand-controlled ventilation in Germany
Thomas Hartmann, ITG, Germany
- 11:05 Demand-controlled ventilation in the Dutch building ventilation market
Willem de Gids, The Netherlands
- 11:20 Demand-controlled ventilation in the French energy performace regulation
Julien Piriou, CSTB, France
- 11:35 Questions & Answers
Chairpersons: Rémi Carrié and Samuel Caillou
- 12:00 End of the webinar
All times local Brussels time.
Cost and registration
The participation to the webinar is free, but requires you to register via the webinar Website for the event. The webinar will be limited to a maximum of 200 persons.
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