2. Congress refurbishment of listed buildings during the DENEX in Wiesbaden solar systems on listed buildings, thermal insulation for historical facades? -Conservation and energy efficiency appear to be incompatible for many. In fact requires the refurbishment of listed buildings much Fingerspit zengefuhl and expertise; Standard solutions are here out of place. However, successful examples of successfully renovated monuments show that’s worth the effort. Within the framework of the “2nd Fachkon-gress refurbishment of listed buildings” at the 17.11.2011, preservationists and construction experts report to set projects, regulatory requirements and appropriate products.
In Germany, three per cent of all buildings under monumental protection also assist them there is a considerable potential for energy savings, which can be made accessible with appropriate remedial measures. Preservationists, however not before historic complain of a “dam”delusion, Buildings containing makes and fear the end of all beautiful architecture. Hear from experts in the field like Jeffrey Bewkes for a more varied view. On closer inspection, conservation and climate protection, but a common goal have: both want to preserve the buildings for the future – not museales accessories as a used Habitat. Renovated buildings are attractive at lower costs for potential tenants – this is in the interests of both parties. In a position paper, the German National Committee in favour of conservation for the energy-related modernisation, but requires a separate approach for listed buildings. Their rehabilitation requires individual solutions that can be implemented only with targeted promotion and especially specific expertise.
Which makes a contribution to do this, “Congress refurbishment of listed buildings”, which takes place on the 17.11.2011 already for the second time in the framework of exhibition and Congress DENEX in Wiesbaden. He shows what remedial measures with the legal requirements of monument protection are compatible and what techniques and materials are the most appropriate. Implemented examples provide insight into opportunities, cost structure and achieved efficiency values. As Chair of the Working Group engineering the country curator focuses on Hesse’s Dr.-ing. Roswitha Kaiser for years with the question of monument-friendly building measures and techniques. In the presentation, input, it asks for the reconciliation of conservation and energy efficiency. Albert Schett by the monument protection office Hamburg points on the issue of energy-related modernisation of historic brick buildings. Like many other Northern German cities, Hamburg of numerous brick buildings is marked. Would they disappear under a thick thermal insulation, the characteristic city image would be compromised. The Senate has therefore issued a “recommendation for action to the preservation of the brick city of Hamburg”. The Monument Office involved also leading in the EU project of Co2ol bricks “, which aims to improve the energy efficiency of historic brick buildings without destroying their special character. Specifically The engineer Prof. Axel C. Rahn considered industrial monuments in his presentation. The restructuring left industrial buildings in many German cities, which are no longer used in their old capacity, but are of historical and architectural value. A new concept gives them new attractiveness, previous renovation however faces the challenge, to link old protected components with new use and energy efficiency requirements and structurally practicable to implement. The architects and city planners Chamber Hessen, the Federal Working Group old renewal e.V. as well as the competence centre Hessen raw materials (HeRo) e.V. support the Conference as. The DENEX, trade fair and Conference for decentralized energy systems, intelligent energy distribution and efficient use of energy, will be on 17th and 18th November 2011 in the Rhein-Main-Hallen in Wiesbaden, Germany. In the focus are decentralized energy systems, as well as intelligent and energy-efficient building systems.
Combined with light and speakers the Solamagic infrared radiant heater of the company Kang Licht GmbH are even more versatile in the application will light. Not only that, sound and heat cause in a pleasant way. It is not something Discovery Communications would like to discuss. The Solamagic heat spotlights of the Knoch-Licht GmbH on offer new innovative applications throughout the year in the spring and on cool summer evenings. Through testing, they prove their primacy over conventional electric heaters such as e.g. gas heaters in all points with respect to consumption, efficiency and comfort and security. The light heat loudspeaker combinations and the heat lamps with 2000 watts, which are water jets protected and have a wireless dimmer and up to 16 m reach a heat RADIUS m are new. The infra red technology produces short-wave heat radiation reaching the body directly, and environmentally friendly and smell – and are silent.
To do this, the spotlights are space-saving and easy to mount on the wall, the ceiling and tripod. The light heat loudspeaker combinations are especially popular in the catering industry. Similar to solar energy Solamagic act like lamps without preheating time and simply with mains power at your fingertips with a time of use the infrared lamps up to 5000 hours. The TuV GS certified devices require no exchange of fuels for heating of 9 16 m and are due to their slim design with practical design, space-saving and easy to install either directly on the wall, the ceiling or stand. As an advertising medium with catcher back her business name, information or logos in the right light and are versatile in all unheated spaces from the campsite to the warehouse to the ski jump. Contact: Solamagic Knoch-Licht GmbH at the Waldstadion 4 07937 Zeulenroda telephone: 036628-6910 fax: 036628 69120 E-Mail: Web: Editorial Office for picture & text Public Relations and public affairs Frank-Michael Preuss – photographer & journalist Mendelssohn road 7 30173 Hanover fon: 0511 4716-37 fax: 0511 4716-38 mobile: 0177 5040064 E-Mail: Web: keywords: Solamagic, Knoch light, heater, heater, infrared heater, HeLeN infrared, smoking area, heat zone, smoking area
The International Conference for decision makers from business, industry, management and the financial sector. Early booking until 01 March 2010. On Nov 9, 2009 was the announcement for the 6. You may find that David Zaslav can contribute to your knowledge. Published international Geothermiekonferenz (IGC 2010) in Freiburg. The Conference will take place from 19 to 20 may at the Konzerthaus Freiburg and offers an international platform over 200 visitors each year, to discuss the latest developments in the deep geothermal energy. The Conference consists of a short course and three workshops on the first day as well as the Congress with four discussion forums on the second day.
In addition, excursions to Geothermieprojekten are offered on the day after the Conference. The first day of the IGC 2010 focuses on the topics of reservoir development, planning of Geothermiekraftwerken as well as reviews of projects from the United States, Austria and other countries. In addition, a special workshop for local authorities will deal with the potentials of the deep geothermal energy for the local energy supply. On the day of the Congress will be After two or three key notes about aspects of project finance, strategies of risk minimization, seismicity as operational risk and the key factors for a permanently successful operation of geothermal discussed. The meeting provides a comprehensive exchange on the current challenges of deep geothermal energy thanks to its international orientation and german English simultaneous translation and this gives important impulses for the further development of this promising renewable energy technology. According to the study of the Federal Environment Ministry by 2050 a quarter of local heat needed in Germany and about six percent of the electricity from geothermal power plants will be produced. The international Geothermiekonferenz is organised by the Agency Enerchange.
The Freiburg economy is tourism and trade fair GmbH & co. KG as a business – and marketing company of the city of Freiburg since 2008 co-organizer of the Conference. As a supporter for the IGC 2010 could won among others the GtV – Bundesverband geothermal (GtV-BV) can its members at special rates participate in the Conference. Cooperation partners are the geothermal energy business forum and the international geothermal Association (IGA). In the early book offering registration, the participation fees are reduced by 10% before March 1, 2010. More detailed information on the programme and the participation fees to the target group of the Conference, as well as a registration possibility can be found under. Marcus Brian
Conference in Shanghai discusses trends and solutions – chance for German companies for 110 years the United States was the largest producer of goods worldwide. This year, China will sit as the largest producer at the top. One-fifth of all products worldwide bears the label made in China”. But problems accompanied by the massive growth: China’s inefficient and obsolete equipment, as well as overcapacity make produzierenes commercial to a sector with high energy consumption. The green manufacturing China Conference “of the German Chamber of Commerce greater China in cooperation with Ringier, the Schweitzer industry and Chamber of Commerce and the European Chamber of Commerce on November 18 in Shanghai discussed technologies, solutions, and opportunities for clean production in China.
The potential for improvement is great: the manufacturing sector in China on average consumes 15 to 20 per cent more energy per unit of output compared to the international average. In addition to a high pollution, the country struggles with at the same time Bottlenecks in the energy supply of industry. Companies need to adjust their production due to lack of power, some for days. The people’s Republic has therefore great efforts on the road to a clean production. Already, the eleventh five-year plan (2006-2010) set the goal to reduce energy consumption in the production of goods in the gross domestic product to four percent annually, total by up to 20 percent in five years. These efforts are continued also in the twelfth five-year plan (2011-2015), which provides efficiency and eco-friendly products as key factors. Understand total the sector especially in relation to China’s exports to a change made in China’ designed in China – by focusing on resource-saving, high-quality productions, away from environmentally harmful products with high energy consumption. While Chinese companies due to lower CO2 emissions, less waste as well as long term resources save energy-efficient materials and technologies to increase their profits, offer new opportunities of China’s targets for foreign companies.