The WSED 2018will take placefrom 28 February – 2 March 2018. The deadline for the Call for Papers & Speakers is 10 October 2017. Further information will be published in the coming months at www.wsed.at
As part of the Forest City Project, Revolve Media is organising a 'Value of Wood Forum' in the Residence Palace, Brussels. The event will be hosted by Paul BrannenMember of the European Parliament Socialists & Democrats Group (S&D).
The event will focus on two discussions and be followed by a networking cocktail.
Don’t miss the ECO-SEE workshop on "Energy efficient building materials for improved indoor air quality", which will take place on the 8th of March from 10.30 to 12:30 as part of the EcoBuild exhibition!
The workshop will showcase the scientific and technical achievements of the ECO-SEE project, and provide the opportunity for interested parties to meet members of the project team.
The World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED), one of Europe’s largest annual conferences in this field, offer a unique combination of events on sustainable energy. The 2017 conference will take place from 1 - 3 March 2017 in Wels/Austria.
For more than 20 years, experts from all over the world have gathered in Upper Austria to attend the conference - in 2016, the event attracted over 700 participants from 57 countries. The conference makes an important contribution to awareness raising about renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The ETFE-MFM Project will hold a workshop at the European Research Conference: Buildings during the World Sustainable Energy Days, to be held in Wels, Austria on 1 March 2017. The workshop will cover innovative uses of ETFE as a construction material, and present the development of a new ETFE Multifunctional Module, with integrated solar PV and LEDs for sustainable façade lighting.
“Going Green in Seventeen (2017)”, is a project brokerage session for energy and climate change projects with 2017 deadlines jointly organised by the Assembly of European Regions (AER) and ERRIN. To participate, please register on the ERRIN website. Select the calls you are interested in and specify if you wish to just participate in or if are willing to lead the project.