ALDREN is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project aiming at establishing the business case for deep renovation in non-residential buildings with a focus on offices and hotels.
The 3-year programme which started in November 2017 intends to encourage investment and accelerate the movement towards a nearly zero energy non-residential building stock across the EU, by 2050 to meet Paris Agreement commitments. An improvement in both the quality and reliability of building deep renovations operations is expected to be reached from the implementation of the ALDREN methodology.

The ALDREN Consortium invites you to its final conference on Tuesday, September 29. This event is an important step to present the ALDREN methodology which consists of 4 Standalone MODULES and 2 Reporting TOOLS (BRP, EVC).

 

 

ALDREN FINAL CONFERENCE
Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 09.30 to 12.50, online

PROGRAMME

09.30-09.35: Welcome

09.35-10.45: Session 1
ALDREN Outcomes supporting the European building renovation wave:
– ALDREN, a holistic and voluntary modular framework: Mathieu Rivallain, CSTB
– A European Voluntary Certificate and energy ratings: Jana Bendzalova, ENBEE
– Closing the gap in between calculations and measurements in deep renovations of
offices and hotels: Robert Cohen, VERCO
– TAIL, an awareness raising health & welll-being indicator: Pawel Wargocki, DTU
– Linking sustainability metrics to financial valuation: Olivier Greslou, CSTB
– Renovation Roadmap: Nearly Zero Energy Buildings as a target point: Simon Ligier, CSTB
– Building Renovation Passport: Setting up a long-term renovation plan: Marta Maria Sesana, POLIMI

10.45-11.05: Session 2 (I)
ALDREN in practice: Experiences from all over Europe (I)
– Key insights from pilot studies: Christophe Gérard, Certivéa
– Health & well-being quality across Europe: Corinne Mandin, CSTB

11.05-11.15: Short break

11.15-11.35: Session 2 (II)
ALDREN in practice: Experiences from all over Europe (II)
– Deep Renovation of hotel buildings: Mayte Garcia Córcoles, HOSBEC
– Major renovation steps for hotels: Carlos Espigares, IVE

11.35-12.45: Session 3
Potential follow-up and related initiatives
– How to measure and integrate environmental quality into real estate valuation:
Jean-Philippe Carmarans & Chayma Oueslati, Cushman & Wakefield Valuation France
– London BE SEEN Initiative: Verifying actual performances to serve a Zero Carbon Vision
by Ioanna Mytilinaiou, Greater London Authority
– French Decree: Paving the way to energy consumption mitigation for the
Non-Residential Building sector by Frédéric Rosenstein, ADEME

12.45-12.50: Final messages and conclusion, CSTB

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