EnerJ-Meeting Paris, the day of energy and environmental efficiency in building

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On February 6, 2020, take part in the 4th edition of EnerJ-meeting Paris which will be held at the Palais Brongniart. This is an opportunity for specifiers and decision-makers in the building industry to learn about the regulatory, economic and ecological issues that impact a rapidly changing building sector.

This day is important because it marks the beginning of the year 2020 which will be marked by regulations such as the RE 2020, the new tertiary decree but also a new low carbon approach both in new construction and renovation with a circular economy, integration of biodiversity, connected uses and carbon mobility. Either for designers and contractors a new, more sustainable and sensible vision based on the life cycle of a 2020 Ready 2050 building, as we are now committed to carbon neutrality in just 30 years time.
Philippe NUNES, event manager

Nearly 2,000 people are expected to attend a wide range of conferences delivered by 80 keynote speakers who will lead the plenary sessions with announcements and feedback from 2,000 project owners and contractors.

Among the speakers are:

  • Emmanuel ACCHIARDI, Deputy Director DHUP;
  • Jean-Christophe VISIER, Director of Foresight at the CSTB;
  • The architect Dominique PERRAULT who will share his project of the Olympic village for 2024
  • The architect Marie De France from the Sou Fujimoto international workshop for the project called 1000 trees, winner of the Réinventé Paris and Mipim Awards;
  • The architect Philippe MADEC who will discuss energy frugality, as well as Maude CAUBET, winner of the competition Inventons la Métropole du Grand Paris;
  • Jean-Louis MISSIKA, deputy mayor of Paris in charge of urban planning, architecture and Greater Paris projects, and the president of the FPI (Federation of Real Estate Developers).

In addition, in order to meet the challenges of the 2020 Ready 2050 building, 150 exhibitors (buildings, envelopes, technical equipment, connectivity, services, etc.) will be offering their solutions in a networking concept that encourages exchanges on problems/solutions and the setting up of meetings.