13.02.2014 09:45 Age: 5 yrs
Category: REHVA event

REHVA - iSERV Seminar

iSERV-REHVA Seminar 13 February 2014
Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
Meeting room: The Netherlands


REHVA is organising its 2014 Seminar together with the iSERV project consortium around the topic: Energy Effective Operation of HVAC Systems. iSERV is approaching to its end, so it is time to discuss project results and their further use in an EU-level seminar inviting also high level EC speakers.


Please register before 20 January 2014 by clicking this link.

Tentative programme of the joint iSERV - REHVA Seminar - Energy effective operation of HVAC systems: 


Registration and welcome coffee

Karel Kabele, REHVA President

Keynote address
Stevens Beckers, CEO, Lateral Thinking Factory (TBC)

Section 1: Energy effective buildings - EU policies and implementation

Policy Instrument to constrain the growth in Air Conditioning Energy Consumption
Roger Hitchin, Building Research Establishment

European policies of buildings energy efficiency – challenges and policy updates
Marie C. Donnelly, DG Energy

Supporting EPBD in the 2014-2020 financial period – the future of Intelligent Energy Europe
Vincent Berrutto, European Commission Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI)


Buffet Lunch

Section 2: Energy effective operation of HVAC systems – the iSERVcmb project

Inspection of HVAC Systems through continuous monitoring and benchmarking – outcomes of the iSERVcmb project
Ian Knight, project coordinator, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University

Lessons learnt from iSERV
John Woollett, Swegon and Peter Dyment, Camfil

Energy effective operation of buildings - good practices from IEE projects
Pau Garcia-Audi, European Commission Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI)

Discussions about the deployment of iSERV results – policy and industry perspective

Legislation and policy recommendations from iSERV
Moderated by Ian Knight, Cardiff University

What can producers and system operators gain from iSERV?
Moderated by Zoltan Magyar, REHVA vice-president

Registration fee is 
125€ per person for participation, coffee breaks and lunch.


Download the Seminar Programme* and the Thon Hotel EU booking offer.


Find out more about the iSERVcmb project.


*The programme is subject to alterations.