On the occasion of the Annual Meeting 2015, the following members of REHVA Member Associations received a REHVA Award:

<i>Jiří Petlach</i> (STP – Czech Republic) received a REHVA professional award in design and was recognized for his outstanding achievements in the design of HVAC systems and for his contributions to improve energy efficiency and the indoor environment of buildings.

<i>Prof. Zoltan Magyar</i> (ETE – Hungary) received a REHVA professional award in education and was recognized for his outstanding academic achievements and for his contributions to improve energy efficiency and the indoor environment of buildings.

<i>Prof. Arturs Lesinskis</i> (AHGWTEL / LATVAC – Latvia) and <i>Renato Merati </i>(AiCARR – Italy) received a REHVA professional award in technology and were recognized for their outstanding achievements in technology and for their contributions to improve energy efficiency and the indoor environment of buildings.

<i>Arturs Brahmanis </i>(AHGWTEL/LATVAC – Latvia) and <i>Wilmer Pasut </i>(AiCARR – Italy) received a REHVA Young Scientist Award and were recognized for their outstanding scientific achievements and for their contributions to improve energy efficiency and the indoor environment of buildings.

Prof. Karel Kabele (r) and Jiří Petlach

Prof. Karel Kabele (r) and Prof. Zoltan Magyar

Prof. Karel Kabele (l) and Prof. Arturs Lesinskis

Prof. Karel Kabele (l) and Renato Merati

Prof. Karel Kabele (l) and Arturs Brahmanis

Prof. Karel Kabele (r) and Wilmer Pasut

The REHVA Gold Medal, the highest REHVA recognition, was handed by REHVA President Karel Kabele to <i>Prof. Francis Allard </i>in recognition of his outstanding services to REHVA and for his excellent contributions to science and engineering in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning..

Prof. Karel Kabele (l) and Prof. Francis Allard

Prof. Francis Allard

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