The Buildings of Nearly Zero Energy Consumption Congress (EECN), which will be held on October 23th in Madrid, will address the future of the green housing sector. The REZBUILD Project will be present at the event
The challenges of sustainable housing, the latest architectural trends or the new technologies for the construction will be some of the main topics addressed by the sixth edition of the Buildings of Nearly Zero Energy Consumption Congress (EECN, acronym in Spanish), which will be held on October 23th in Madrid.
The REZBUILD Project, backed by H2020 European programme, is taking part of this important event by publishing an Abstract in the congress magazine. Some of the partners will be present at the forum as well.
The EECN is a professional forum that addresses the current state of high efficiency buildings and the implications they represent for construction, architecture and related services sectors.
The main motto of the next edition is “And after the NZEB what? A vision of the future” and with this approach the congress will arise the key aspects of this kind of buildings from an integral and multidisciplinary point of view.
Conferences, papers, roundtables and keynote presentations about a wide range of topics such us architectural and construction solutions, integrated systems and technologies, renewable energy integration or urban rehabilitation will complete the Congress programme. The event will also be an important spot for networking and exchanging knowledge.
For REZBUILD project this congress is a new chance to meet new stakeholders, approach other successful experiences and learn from inspiring points of view.
Started in 2017, the REZBUILD Project will run for 4 years with the aim of creating a collaborative refurbishment ecosystem focused on the existing residential building stock. The Project pursues goals such as optimize the execution time of the works and boost rehabilitation processes using BIM technologies.