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Open­ing plen­ary | Fri­day 10 Septem­ber

Open­ing plen­ary of the 25th In­ter­na­tion­al Pass­ive House Con­fer­en­ce

Fri­day, 10 Septem­ber 2021, 10:00 am

Time (CEST) Speak­er Top­ic                                               

10:00 am
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Jan Steiger


Man­age­ment Pass­ive House In­sti­tu­te

Open­ing of the 25th In­ter­na­tion­al Pass­ive House Con­fer­en­ce

 
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An­dreas Pink­wart
© MWI­DE/ F. Wie­de­mei­er

Min­is­ter for Eco­nom­ic Af­fairs, In­nov­a­tion, Di­git­al­iz­a­tion and En­ergy of the State of North Rhine-West­phalia

Wel­com­ing speech

 
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Uwe Schneidewind
© Wolf Son­der­mann

May­or of the city of wup­per­tal

Wel­com­ing speech

 
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Ernst Uh­ing
© Ingo Lam­mert / Ar­chitek­ten­kam­mer NRW 

Pres­id­ent, Ar­chitek­ten­kam­mer Nordrhein-West­falen

Wel­com­ing speech

 
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Dirk Mobers
© En­er­gieAgen­tur.NRW, Frank Wiedemei­er

Head of Heat and Buld­ing top­ics, En­er­gieAgen­tur.NRW

Wel­com­ing speech

 

 

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Diana Ürge-Vorsatz

 

Vice-Chair of Work­ing Group III of the In­ter­gov­ern­ment­al Pan­el on Cli­mate Change (IP­CC) and Pro­fess­or at the Cent­ral European Uni­versity (CEU)

 

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Passive House Insitute

Wolf­gang Feist, Jes­si­ca Gro­ve-Smith, Ben­ja­min Krick, Jür­gen Schnie­ders

The path to a cli­mate-com­pat­ible build­ing stock

How can the build­ing sec­tor play its part in achiev­ing the 1.5 °C cli­mate tar­get? After dec­ades of missed op­por­tun­it­ies, bring­ing all build­ings to cli­mate-com­pat­ible en­ergy levels by 2050 is a daunt­ing task.
This present­a­tion sheds light on the is­sue and presents a so­cially, eco­nom­ic­ally, and en­vir­on­ment­ally be­ne­fi­cial scen­ario for how the trans­ition to a sus­tain­able level of build­ing en­ergy us­age can be achieved. The key is to in­clude both, ret­ro­fits and new builds, to use ef­fi­ciency and re­new­ables in a high-qual­ity man­ner, and to per­form en­ergy ret­ro­fits with­in reg­u­lar re­new­al cycles des­pite time con­straints. High-ef­fi­ciency com­pon­ents are par­tic­u­larly im­port­ant; ap­pro­pri­ate policy in­stru­ments for im­ple­ment­a­tion will also be dis­cussed.

     

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