SBE2022 Delft Conference 11-13 October 2022

11 Oct 2022 - 13 Oct 2022

SBE22Delft will bring together 250-300 researchers, government officials, companies and professionals working towards a fast energy transition in the building renovation sector. The program of this conference will cover a wide range of themes regarding the built environment. 

Early-bird registration now open

Register by June 30 to benefit from the early-bird discount and save €40 on your registration fee


accelerating Europe’s energy renovation wave

The conference will enable participants to share ideas on state-of-the-art approaches for accelerating Europe’s energy renovation wave. The program includes keynote sessions, scientific paper presentations, industry and policy roundtables, panel discussions connected to current European policies and goals, and site visits of living labs.

The conference is being co-hosted by the Delft University of Technology (Urban Energy Institute and Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment) and TNO and is part of the SBE Conference Series.

The event will be hosted in-person, following Covid-19 protocols. 

Visit the SBE22 website for more details.

Conference themes

  • Renovation concepts for housing
  • Renovation concepts for non-residential buildings
  • Innovative technologies
  • Low temperature heating solutions for buildings
  • District energy systems
  • Energy harvesting and storage on the building scale
  • Smart, energy-flexible buildings, smart monitoring, management & control
  • Energy performance of buildings
  • Behaviour of building owners and users
  • Value chain innovation
  • Policies and regulations
  • The energy transition in progress
  • Sustainability assessment of mitigation measures
  • Assessment of existing buildings
  • Energy transition & climate change - consequences for cooling-related energy demand and solar cooling
  • Digitalization for innovation

Sustainable buildings: towards an energy producing built environment

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Nancy Westerlaken MSc

  • Building Physics & Systems
  • Sustainability
  • Building Performance Modelling
  • Product And Concept Development