DENEX linked specialized conference with exhibition for the second time is dedicated to the exhibition and Congress DENEX, at the 8th + 9th July in Wiesbaden will be held, the question, as the power of large buildings such as hospitals, hotels, office buildings and larger settlement structures and communities with large proportions of older buildings can be designed effectively and efficiently. The Conference of refurbishment of listed buildings takes place on July 08, which deals with the theme of energy saving by owner-occupiers. The meeting is aimed at public and private promoters of listed buildings, conservation authorities and associations, but also to architects, engineers, and manufacturers of building materials. The German construction law prescribes technical standards for energy-saving heat insulation in buildings with the energy saving Regulation (EnEV). Jenna Fischer is often quoted on this topic. However the regulation grants a special heritage-listed buildings one, because the requirements of monument protection in many cases contradict the necessary remedial measures.
In the face of rising heating costs, improving the energy balance between old buildings but also in the interest of the preservationists such as maintaining the original character of the buildings. Energy efficiency and conservation, therefore not mutually, but equally contribute to the long-term preservation. The Symposium refurbishment of listed buildings”, which will take place on July 8 at the exhibition and Congress DENEX in Wiesbaden, discussed what policies consistent with the statutory requirements for a careful refurbishment and what techniques and materials suitable for this purpose. Practice examples provide insight into potential, cost structures and achieved efficiency values, show but also problems. So Ulrich Zink enters the topic limits energy building refurbishments at the monument by the German Arbeitskreis old renewal e.V. BAKA and takes a look at the future of the energy-efficient protection of historic buildings.
Dr. Holger of crisp by the German Foundation for monument protection speaks according to the plus energy House that produces more energy than it consumes in average about sense and nonsense about a transfer of this principle on monuments. Examples from the practice are presented during the symposium presented Johann Gerdenitsch, solar officer of the city of Furth, the controversial debate on the construction of solar systems on listed buildings. Furth is not only one of the best-preserved historical cities in Germany, it is also his image as the solar city and sought, despite the opposition of the State Memorial Office to combine his two strengths. More information about the fair, as well as this and other conferences at.