Day 7: Reducing Energy Demand; Transport, Built Environment and Industry

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The issue of 'Reducing Energy Demand; Transport, Built Environment and Industry' was presented.

Intro:
The Global Energy Challenge is often focused on the necessary switch of the energy system from fossil to renewable sources, and consequences of the energy system. One has to realize, however, that in facing this challenge the need to reduce the overall energy demand in society is an as important component. This Energy Day will touch upon and discuss the possibilities to improve technology efficiencies and reduce the total energy consumption in the energy-intensive sectors transport, built environment and industry.

 

 

Program
13h15Reception with coffee/tea

13h45 

Welcome & Introduction 

Erik Langereis, Chair of the day - DIFFER - Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research

13h50Materials Matter: Connecting Energy and Material Efficiency
Ernst Worrell - Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University
14h35How can we make energy efficient buildings?
Marijke Menkveld - ECN
15h20Break
15h40

Energy Efficiency in transport; 'Is gasoline the best diesel fuel?'

Bart Somers - Combustion Technology/Internal Combustion Engines, TU/e
16h25General discussion with audience
16h55Closure by chair
17h00Open café

Location

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Contact

Any further questions on the EnergyDays can be sent to Elle Abzach.