Integration of Renewable Energies in NZEB

Tuesday, 28 March 2017; 01:00 – 02:00 pm CET Time

This is the third of a series of webinars for FREE that MEnS project is going to deliver for its e-learning platform.

The webinar deals with the role of renewable energy technologies in the retrofit of existing buildings toward the NZEB standard.

NZEB should obtain a substantial fraction of their energy consumption from renewable energies. To assure the feasibility of such renewable supply, solutions should be find that takes into account the different types of renewable resources and their integration in a microgrid system that, depending on the possibility to be connected to the grid, could include storage system.

In this lesson, a review of the main aspects to be considered in the design of the renewable system for a NZEB will be addressed.

Q&A will follow the end of the presentations.

Participation is open to all stakeholders and professionals working in the building sector.

REGISTER NOW. Registration is open and for free. Any data in the registration process or during your use of the MEnS portal will be recorded and only be used anonymously in order to measure the impact of the MEnS project. MEnS consortium ensures that personal data is kept securely, and is only retained for as long as is necessary. In any case data will not be given to third parties or used for commercial scopes. To register please go to Open the application form that is presented below.

Registration will close on the 27th of March 2017, 12:30 CET time.

An email will be sent to each participant to the address used in the registration, with the instruction to join the webinar via Webex.

Please note: the email will be sent only few hours before the webinar.


Prof. Ángel Pérez-Navarro is the Head of the Advanced and Renewable Energy Research Group and Director of Master in Energy Technologies for a Sustainable Development at IIE-UPV.

He received his BSc and PhD in Physics from the Universidad Complutense in 1968 and 1973, respectively.  Since then, he has been involved in many energy research projects, mainly in renewable energies, energy monitoring in buildings, energy efficiency strategies for energy planning, and load characterization.

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