IEA Building Webinar Series: Register now!

May. 05, 2014

The IEA will be hosting a series of webinars in May and June 2014. Webinars 1 and 2 are listed below and are scheduled for May 21st and 22nd. Thomas Nowak, Secretary General of EHPA will participate as a speaker in Webinar 1. 

Webinar 1
Building's Programmatic Priorities and ETP 2014 (Building Related Results)

  • IEA Overview - Policy Priorities and Technologies, Marc LaFrance, IEA
  • ETP 2014 High Electrification - Promotion of Heat Pumps, Thomas Nowak, EHPA
  • Zero Energy Buildings, Rod Janssen, ECEEE Consultant
  • Appliance and Equipment Standards Savings Potential/SEAD Update, Dr. Michael McNeil, LBNL

Date:   Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Time:   4:00 PM - 6:00 PM CEST (Paris)

You can Register here.

Webinar 2
Capacity Building and Construction Transformation in Emerging Economies

  • IEA Webinar overview, Marc LaFrance and Melanie Slade, IEA
  • Policy Development Essential to Private Sector Investment, Rob Joyce,
  • Guardian
  • Requirements for Capacity Buildings, Andriah Feby Misna, MEMR,
  • Indonesia
  • Capacity Development - Challenges and Opportunities for ASEAN, Dr. Pattana Rakkwamsuk, KMUTT, Thailand

Date:   Thursday, May 22, 2014
Time:   10:30 AM - 12:30 PM CEST (Paris)

You can Register here.

This overall effort is aimed at increasing interaction with building sector partners and stakeholders.  Furthermore, IEA is seeking for input in establishing our priorities and to partner with on various potential projects. 

Webinar Series Objective: To seek advice from key global building stakeholders in the development of the IEA's new initiative for Sustainable Buildings. A key focus of the Partnership is to raise the importance of building energy efficiency among high level energy policy directors while providing the fundamental analysis to support more investment from both the public and private sectors.

For more information please contact:

- mail "Opens window for sending email">P Marc La France
Energy Analyst - Building Sector
International Energy Agency