Registration & Program

Ticket Rates

A) Full Access – Early Bird Rate (Until June 30)€ 310
B) Full Access – Regular Rate (July 1 – September 26)€ 350
C) Full Access – Latecomer Rate (September 27-October 11)€ 395
C) Full Access – Students (50%) Bachelor and Masters only*€ 175
Conference Dinner€ 75

* You will be asked to provide proof of being a student upon completion of registration.

Conference Program

Download the preliminary conference program here.

Day 1: 11 October

  • Keynote address
  • Practical panel discussions & workshops
  • Scientific paper presentations
  • Exhibition floor
  • Site visits in Delft
  • Conference dinner
image Prinsenhof Mandelazaal (2)

Dinner location: Prinsenhof Museum

Day 2: 12 October

  • Keynote addresses  
  • Practical panel discussions & workshops
  • Scientific paper presentations
  • Exhibition floor
  • Networking

 

business team at international conference

Day 3: 13 October

  • Site visits to factories and renovation projects showcasing approaches to energy renovations in the Netherlands

 

 

Confident manager guiding tour for business partners

Meet the Speakers

Holger Wallbaum

Keynote Presentation: Challenges for a sustainable energy transition in the built environment – Reflections from a research and implementation perspective

Holger Wallbaum is a Professor in Sustainable building, Chalmers University of Technology and lead author of the affordable climate-neutrality chapter of the UNECE/UN Habitat Housing 2030 initiative.

Maarten van Poelgeest

Maarten is a Partner at Andersson Elffers Felix. Formerly, he was the Chair of the Built Environment table of the Climate Agreement and alderman of the municipality of Amsterdam responsible for Spatial Planning, Area Development, Climate & Energy. He is working on the energy transition, housing cooperatives and area development

Kornelis Blok

Keynote Presentation: Transforming buildings in the context of the energy transition – findings of the last IPCC report

Kornelis Blok is a Lead author of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Chair of the Delft Energy Initiative at TUDelft. He is founder of Ecofys.

Tours & Site Visits

The Green Village Energy Renovation Tour

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The Green Village is a field lab for sustainable innovation located on TU Delft Campus. It offers companies, SMEs, entrepreneurs, research institutes, students and civilians with a location to experiment, validate and demonstrate energy renovation concepts.

On this tour, conference delegates will visit the DreamHûs project consisting of a replica of three row houses built to 1970s standards which are occupied by real residents. One home has an energy label F and two have an energy label B. Delegates will learn about the affordable, user-friendly sustainability solutions being tested in these homes (including H2@Home, Fresh-r, Tarnoc, DeZonnet, Itho Daalderop, and Borg).

TNO Building Innovation Lab Tour

TNO Building Innovation Lab

In 2021 TNO opened a state-of-the-art Building Innovation Lab. The building itself is BREEAM In-Use Excellent certified. In this lab, TNO performs developments, experiments and tests in a number of fields related to buildings, infrastructure and maritime applications. The tour will focus on the lab facilities for heat pumps, heat recovery units, indoor air quality and material research.

The Hague School of Applied Sciences Living Lab Tour

HHS

More details coming soon.

TU Delft Climate Neutral Campus Tour

Climate Neutral Campus

More details coming soon.

Conference Dinner

Enjoy a charming reception dinner in the historical center of Delft and get to know participants and sponsors of the SBE22Delft conference.  

  • The conference dinner will take place the 11th of October.  
  • The dinner will take place at the historic Prinsenhof Museum in Delft.  
  • Delegates can access the museum before the reception begins.
  • A selected menu with vegetarian options will be available.
  • The ticket price include full 3 course dinner and drinks.  
  • Entertainment.