The meeting was opened by Mr. Robert, policy officer at DG ENER, assigned on behalf of the European Commission with the supervision of the feasibility study.
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Summarising the discussions of the day, Mr.
In this part of the meeting, a set of 6 questions were opened to trigger discussion among participants.
The morning session continues with a further dive into survey results and an overview of possible measures and approaches by Mr. Wouters. A highlight of this part of Mr.
During this second round of questions and discussions, a product supplier expressed his support for inspection, in particular for small/residential buildings, for which inspection must not only be seen as a cost.
Mr. Durier, leader of the part of the feasibility study on the inspection of ventilations systems, first introduced the context, scope and objective of the study and relevant definitions.
During the first discussion round, a representative of a standardisation body enquired about the relation between the installed and measured ventilation capacity against indoor air quality, as found in the field tests run and p
Mr. Laverge first highlighted some key characteristics of “good” ventilation system. He then presented the results of a selection of field studies on ventilation performance.