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The Cyprus Energy Agency announces the holding of a free theoretical and practical training seminar on "Thermal Insulation of Buildings and Energy Performance", on Thursday, November 9, 2023, between the hours of 15:30-19:00, at Training and Certification Center "The Builder".

This is the 1st seminar in the series of free seminars that the Cyprus Energy Agency will offer in Cyprus within the framework of the European project UPGREAT (Upskilling Professionals for deep energy efficiency REnovations: A Tool for better schools) The seminar is aimed at builders and craftsmen and its aim is to inform the participants about the importance of energy efficiency and to train them theoretically and practically in the various methods of thermal insulation of existing buildings.

The seminar is funded by the project UPGREAT and its content is based on the Learning Toolkit developed by the project as part of its action.

Here is the agenda:

15:30 - 16:00Attendance & Registration
16:00 - 17:15Presentation "Thermal Insulation of Buildings and Energy Performance"
Christina Palochi (Architect Engineer) & Soulla Karra (Civil Engineer), Cyprus Energy Agency
17:15 - 17:30Presentation "Passive Building: From design to construction, challenges and quality assurance"
Stefanos Pallatzas, Civil Engineer, Hellenic Passive House Institute
17:30 - 17:45coffee break
17:45 - 18:15Thermal insulation in external and internal masonry with KNAUF systems (Theoretical training)
Mattheos Kleovoulou, Sales Manager, KNAUF CYPRUS LTD
18:15 - 19:00Demonstration of the application of a thermal insulation system in external and internal masonry (Practical exercise)
Evangelos Moustakas, Application Technician, KNAUF CYPRUS LTD

To register, fill in the form you will find here or contact one of the following telephone numbers:

  • 22 667726 (Mr. Andreas Pastides)
  • 22 667839 (Mrs. Christina Palochi)

Stay tuned for the next seminars in the series!

*The play UPGREAT is part of it European Climate Initiative (EUKI), of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action of the Federal Government of Germany.