Lecture: How to Prevent Overheating in Dwellings
10 February 2021 16:00 till 17:00 - Location: Online - By: Eveline Zeegers | Add to my calendar
Lecture by Pieter Nuiten, Senior Advisor, W/E Adviseurs
Hosted by the Urban Energy Institute
Date: Wednesday 10 February
Time: 4-5pm CET
Moderator: Kornelis Blok
Changing climate and changing building standards will lead to excessive overheating in new dwellings. The Dutch building code (Bouwbesluit) now has explicit requirements to prevent this from happening. Pieter Nuiten will explain the motivations for this requirement, the implementation in the building code, and will give practical examples and solutions how to adapt the design of new dwellings.
About the Speaker
Pieter Nuiten started working at Stichting W / E adviseurs for an Applied Physics course in Eindhoven. He has extensive experience as a project manager in the consultancy and research world and as an advisor to corporations, project developers and municipalities on policy and implementation of energy and sustainability. As a researcher he is involved in the development of (calculation) models such as GPR Building, Uniform Measure for the Built Environment and evaluation / monitoring of installations, buildings and projects.
Within W / E advisors he is responsible for research and development projects. He is also a responsible 'energy' within the GPR software, product owner for GPR Vastgoed and quality coordinator.
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