Cutting-edge research on zero energy buildings
The mission of the CZEBS is to reduce the environmental impact of buildings while enhancing their safety and comfort by advancing knowledge through research and the building engineering discipline in Canada, by enriching the learning and research experience of students, and by assisting industry in implementing research results and innovations.
Roadmap to Resilient, Ultra-Low Energy Built Environment with Deep Integration of Renewables in 2050
We are pleased to inform you that the Canadian Academy of Engineering Resilient Built Environment Roadmap is officially launched with the following communique on the CAE website. This project is co-chaired by Andreas Athienitis and Andrew Pape-Salmon. Our Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies (CZEBS) co-organized with CAE at Concordia the planning workshop for the Roadmap on March 22, 2019.
Drs. Luis Candanedo and Liam O'Brien received their first-places Best Paper Awards of Energy and Buildings: http://www.concordia.ca/research/zero-energy-building/research/publications.html
The proceeding for eSIM 2016 Conference is now available online at IBPSA: http://www.ibpsa.org/?page_id=662
A video for the Solar Decathlon China 2018 is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ec6d6_njUs
The Solar Simulator–Environmental Chamber is the only facility of its kind worldwide.
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