Roomvent 2020 will be organized by Politecnico di Torino and co-organized by its Energy Department together with ATI Piemonte. Energy use in .. Read more residential, public sector and commercial buildings represented around 30% of the world energy consumption and its contribution to the greenhouse effect is just slightly lower, thanks to the larger amount of renewable energy used in buildings with respect to transport and industry. In the last ten years, the share of this sector has decreased by 1.5%, but in absolute terms the final use of energy in buildings has increased more than 10% from 2500 to 2800 Mtoe. The effort for energy performance in the design and management of new and retrofitted buildings should therefore be intensified, with special attention to the ventilation sector, which is sometimes neglected. While transmission heat losses can be minimized “at will”, there is an “optimal” amount of ventilation which should be provided to buildings, in order to make them healthy and comfortable while limiting their energy demand. This explains why the correct design of ventilation, in residential, commercial and industrial premises is such a complex issue, entailing both challenges and opportunities, and why Roomvent 2020 will be focused on the theme “Energy efficient ventilation for healthy future buildings”. The ROOMVENT 2020 Conference offers scientists and academics, business professionals like consultants, engineers and architects together with policymakers a forum for disseminating technical information, new ideas, and discuss the latest developments and future direction in the fields of natural and mechanical ventilation.
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