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Symposium: Energy efficiency and renewable energies in the building sector including heritage buildings

September 12 @ 09:00 - 15:00
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As part of the business delegation on energy efficiency (11-15 September in Bucharest), the German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organising a symposium on “Energy efficiency and renewable energies in the construction sector, including heritage buildings” .

The event will be attended by German and Romanian experts who will discuss current legislative issues, technical solutions, concrete experiences in the field of energy efficiency, opportunities, practical examples of optimal building design for low energy consumption.

Eight German companies will briefly present their systems and products, and between 13 and 15 September their representatives will hold talks with potential partners in the country. Their fields of activity are: insulating building materials, building equipment (heat pumps for heating and cooling, biomass heating systems, etc.), innovative cogeneration units (CHP) for decentralised energy supply, lighting and metal construction solutions, intelligent and modular remote monitoring systems in industry and energy supply, building materials and exclusive logistics solutions, solar modules.

The symposium is part of the project initiated and funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) for German and Romanian companies interested in developing bilateral business in the field of energy efficiency and aims to promote German energy efficiency systems and products on the Romanian market.

Energy efficiency in buildings is an EU policy priority and aims to promote green energy. EU countries must therefore develop long-term sustainable strategies to achieve these goals. In Romania, almost a third of the total housing stock, especially buildings built before 1985, requires significant renovation and technical upgrading.

Public administration, educational and commercial buildings account for about 75% of non-residential energy consumption.

Romania aims to achieve a 30.7% share of domestic energy consumption from renewable resources by 2030. In 2020, it was already one of 11 EU countries to reach its national green energy target, one of the most ambitious in Central and Eastern Europe. Romania currently covers more than 25% of its domestic consumption from renewable sources (National Integrated Energy and Climate Change Plan 2021-2030).

For more information and registration, please visit the Event’s website, available below, in the section Details, Website

Address: 1-3, Strada Episcopiei, District 1
Bucharest, 010292 Romania

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Organizer Name: AHK Romania