9:00 - 10:00
10:00 - 12:00
Building envelope design is critical in defining the service demand for heating and cooling, and to guarantee comfort, indoor environmental quality, and safety. Its structure is also important in determining its embodied carbon impact.
To be in step with the Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario, all countries need to establish zero-carbon-ready building energy codes for both residential and non-residential buildings by 2030 at the latest, and all new buildings should meet this standard from 2030, according to the IEA. This also requires 20 percent of the existing building floor area to be renovated to this level by 2030, with annual energy efficiency renovation rates jumping from less than one percent today to 2.5 percent by 2030 globally.
• Strategies and solutions for energy efficient buildings in Romania
• How can local and central administrations accelerate the implementation of energy efficient technologies
• What are the challenges for improving energy efficiency in Romanian buildings?
• The nZEB standard: challenges and opportunities
• Unlocking financing for energy efficiency projects
• Innovative solutions for effective heating in Romania
• Strategies and policies for modern renewable heating
12:00 - 12:15
12:15 - 13:45
Solar PV generation increased by a record 179 TWh (up 22 percent) in 2021 to exceed 1 000 TWh. It demonstrated the second largest absolute generation growth of all renewable technologies in 2021, after wind. Solar PV is becoming the lowest-cost option for new electricity generation in most of the world, which is expected to propel investment in the coming years.
However, average annual generation growth of 25 percent in the period 2022-2030 is needed to follow the Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario. This corresponds to a more than threefold increase in annual capacity deployment until 2030, requiring much greater policy ambition and more effort from both public and private stakeholders, especially in the areas of grid integration and the mitigation of policy, regulation, and financing challenges. This is particularly the case in emerging and developing countries.
• Successful PV projects implemented in Romania
• Innovative solutions for energy efficiency: cogeneration and trigeneration
• Key ingredients for developing a sustainable photovoltaic project
• Challenges and opportunities for energy producers and suppliers
• New technologies for more efficiency in solar power generation
• Initiatives and implementations towards green electricity generation
• Data analytics tools to monitor and forecast energy usage
• Solutions to increase production efficiency
13:45 - 14:45
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