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Part of the National Construction Summit taking place on 1st of March 2023 at the Sports Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin Passive & NZEB Construction 2023 will focus on energy efficiency, energy conservation and high energy performance in buildings.

Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) are characterised by a very high energy performance and are designed to generate as much energy as is used. The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources, including energy from renewable sources produced on-site or nearby, according to the SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland).

Similarly, high energy performance is also a feature of Passive Buildings but here the emphasis is not on energy production but on energy reduction and the use of renewable energy sources to bridge any energy gap.

Passive & NZEB Construction 2023 will highlight the latest trends and developments in this area and provide practical advice for visitors to enable them to keep up-to-date with changes in Building Regulations and Energy Ratings. The energy efficient products and technologies being showcased at the event include:

* High Performance Glazing & Insulation
* Air Tight Construction
* Heating Systems
* Cooling & Ventilation Systems
* Heat Recovery Systems
* Heat Pumps
* Exhaust Air Heat Pumps
* Double Duct Heat Pumps
* Nanotechnology for Power, Heat and Transport
* Demand Control Ventilation
* Group Heating Systems.

Location: Sport Ireland, National Indoor Arena, Snugborough Road, Dublin

Passive & NZEB Construction 2023

General Info

Event Type(s) Other Events
Admission / Cost FREE
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Organiser Passive & NZEB Construction 2023

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