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Programme (as of 16th March 2018)
Organized by: Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin and SETA Network supported by the: European Technology & Innovation Platform Photovoltaics (ETIP PV), ETIP-BIPV Group, Brussels, German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), Bundesarchitektenkammer (BAK), Buildings Performance Institute (BPIE), Allianz BIPV, Brandenburg Energy Network, European Technology & Innovation Platform Smart Networks fo Energy Transition (ETIP SNET), German Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency (DENEFF).
Overview of status/wishes/strategy of the local/national building sector
Hille Bekic, Berlin Chamber of Architects, Executive Board Member
Oliver Rapf, Building Performance Institute (BPIE), Director, Brussels (bio) "The future role of buildings in urban systems"
Carolien Gehrels, Arcadis, European Director Big Urban Clients, Germany "Solar Energy in cities: reeinventing public private partnership" (bio)
Nicolo Guariento, ARUP, Building Envelope Design, Associate, Berlin "Design Drivers for Building Integrated PVs"
Panel discussion with stakeholders and investors "Scaling up innovation in Metropolitan Solutions", moderated by Oliver Rapf
Christine Lemaitre, DGNB - German Sustianable Building Council, CEO (bio)
Martin Bornholt, DENEFF e.V., Germany Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency, CEO
Franz Karg, Triumph Science and Technology (Avancis), Chief Technology Manager
Carolien Gehrels, Arcadis, European Director Big Urban Clients, Germany
Frank Heinlein, Werner Sobek Group, Director Business Communication
Agustín Escardino Malva, EC, DG R&I, New and Renewable Energy Sources, Deputy Head of Unit
Silke Krawietz, ETIP PV, BIPV Group leader / SETA Network, CEO (bio)
17.40 - 17.50 Q&A session
17.50 - 18.00 Closing remarks together with Ministry representatives (tbc)
18.00 - 19.00 Reception and Buffet
March 20th, 2018
March 20th, 2018
08.30 - 09.00 Registration / Coffee
09.00 - 09.10 Introduction
09.10 - 09.30 Agustin Escardino Malva, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, New and Renewable Energy Sources, Deputy Head of Unit (bio)
"EU Innovative financial instruments supporting clean energy innovation"
09.30 - 10.30 Part 3: Specific developments, products & innovations
BIPV and architectural envelopes companies
Franz Karg, Triumph Science and Technology (Avancis), Chief Technology Manager (bio) "Variability, Aesthetics and Safety: Making PV a Real Option for Building Facades" Reiner Mack, ONYX Solar Germany, Managing Director (bio) "Unlimited - Photovoltaic Glass for Building Intergration" Christoph Schmidt, NICE Solar Energy „Next generation BIPV“
BIPV R&D in national labs
10.30 - 10.45 Coffee break
10.45 - 12.15 Part 4: Parallel working groups
A market pull approach is central to these workshops to answer the following key questions:
What innovation, be it aesthetical, technological, legislative, financial or otherwise, is required by the building industry stakeholders (developers, planners, architects, owners etc.) to enable massive-scale deployment of solar building skins/BIPV?
What is required to stimulate innovation among investors, building industry and PV industry through an interdisciplinary collaboration?
In the following working groups, different aspects of the workshop´s key question will be addressed and the various issues discussed should lead to an effective approach to stimulate Innovation within the Energy Efficiency and BIPV sector:
1- New buildings / Focus on innovation of solar building skin technologies / BIPV Chair: Nicolo Guariento, ARUP, Building Envelope Desing / Gregor Kassl, ARUP, Berlin
National developers’ and building industries’ approach for integration of energy efficiency measures and solar building skin technologies / BIPV into innovative design concepts.
Development of an innovative approach for facade integration of BIPV with building envelopes companies, together with developers, architects and investors for specific projects.
2- Existing building stock / National real estate companies:
Chair: Christine Lemaitre, DGNB, CEO
Development of market approach for renovation of existing building stock with innovative building skin technologies / BIPV and energy efficiency concepts. Evaluation of various BIPV solutions, based on stakeholders’ needs.
3- BIPV-technological needs and opportunities for the national building material and PV industry Chair: Sebastian Lange, Allianz
Input for national research and development approach
4- Financial Mechanism / Improvement of financial conditions:
Chair: Agustín Escardino Malva, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, New and Renewable Energy Sources, Deputy Head of Unit
Financial suport instruments for innovative BIPV projects in new buildings and in existing building stock
12.30 - 13.00 Part 5: Results: Where is the need for innovation, what measures should be executed? (reporting to full audience)
13.00 - 13.30 Part 6: Concluding remarks and Actions (Silke Krawietz, Rutger Schlatmann)