The revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) 2018/1844 requires the Commission to conclude a feasibility study, clarifying the possibilities and timeline to introduce the inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems and an optional building renovation passport before 2020. This study has just been launched.

2018 Eurovent Summit officially opened with a speech by Naci Sahin

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2018 - Welcome Reception by the Eurovent Association President Opening Speech
Ribbon cutters from left to right: Domenico Chicco, UL; Karsten Fuchs, ebm-past; Roberto Solsona, AEFYT; Naci Sahin, Eurovent; Pilar Serrano, Junta de Andalucía; Luis Mena, AFEC; Erick Melquiond, ECC

Seville, 25 September 2018. The ‘Welcome Reception by the Eurovent President’ saw the official opening ceremony of the 2018 Eurovent Summit in Seville, Spain. Through a ribbon-cutting session, the Eurovent President Naci Şahin, the organisers and the representatives of Summit supporters have welcomed close to 500 high-ranking guests from Spain, Europe and beyond to Eurovent’s biennial flagship event. The evening was opened with an official speech by Naci Sahin, which can be read below.

The Eurovent Summit’s Innovation/HUB in Seville sees industry leaders presenting in a TED-style manner

Brussels, 26 July 2018. The Eurovent Association has announced its programme for the second edition of the Eurovent Innovation/HUB, the flagship event of the 2018 Eurovent Summit, powered by ebm-papst. The event, which is going to take place on the evening of 26 September in Seville, Spain, will welcome high-ranking speakers from Europe and the US to present in a unique manner.

Eurovent Summit Innovation/HUB en Sevilla vera a los líderes de la industria exponer en estilo TED

Bruselas, 26 de julio de 2018. La Asociación Eurovent ha anunciado su programa para la segunda edición del Eurovent Innovation/HUB, evento principal del Eurovent Summit 2018, patrocinado por ebm-papst, que tendrá lugar la noche del 26 de septiembre en Sevilla, España, y dará la bienvenida a exponentes de alto nivel de Europa y EE. UU. Quienes realizaran sus presentaciones de una manera única.

High-end HVACR equipment laboratory highlights connectivity approach

Brussels, Madrid, 5 July 2018. For the second edition in a row, laboratory CEIS (Testing, Innovation and Services Center or centro de ensayos, innovación y servicios) has become the official Connectivity Partner (sponsor) of the 2018 Eurovent Summit in Seville, Spain. 

World leader of HVACR control solutions to showcase Connected Efficiency

Brussels, Brugine, 21 June 2018. The manufacturer CAREL, world leader in control solutions for air-conditioning, refrigeration and heating, and systems for humidification and evaporative cooling, has become the official Connectivity Partner (sponsor) of the 2018 Eurovent Summit in Seville, Spain. At Europe’s major gathering for key HVACR decision-makers, CAREL is going to emphasise its Connected Efficiency approach.

Final programme and early bird registration now available at www.eurovent-summit.eu

Brussels, Seville, 16 May 2018. The registration portal and final programme of the EUROVENTSUMMIT are now online. The 2018 edition of Europe’s major gathering for key decision-makers in the area of Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain Technologies is going to take place from 25 to 28 September in Seville, Spain. It connects close to 500 industry leaders from Europe, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and international markets throughout around 40 seminars, meetings, and events. The EUROVENTSUMMIT again offers a unique side programme and experiences that go beyond the usual conference experience.

New report by European Environment Agency (EEA)

The report shows that the consumption of hydrocarbons (HFCs) was the lowest in terms of their global warming effect since reporting began in 2007. The pacing on the market of HFCs was 4% below the overall market quota limit for 2016 showing good compliance with the quotas.

Draft minutes of the 1st meeting held in Seville on 16 November 2017 available

The number of data centres and the associated energy consumption and related environmental impacts continue to increase. Green Public Procurement is expected to ease the burden on energy and environmental resources and would complement the EU Code of conduct for data centres. 28 persons participated in the first meeting. The preliminary findings are outlined below.

Documents available in view of the 1st meeting in Seville on 16 November 2017

The rise in the number and the continued building of new data centres has caught the attention of the European Commission’s DG Environment. Early in 2017, the Joint Research Centre in Seville together with a consortium led by Viegand Maagøe started a study that will develop procurement criteria. 

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