SuHRFs Symposium - Energy Transition in Heritage Contexts

  • Date: –12:00
  • Location: Zoom: Room E41, Campus Gotland, Cramérgatan 3, Visby and via Zoom
  • Lecturer: Föreläsare från Uppsala universitet Kkulturvård och och EURAC Research/ Institute for Renewable Energy, Bolzano, Italien.
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  • Organiser: SuHRFs Sustainable Heritage Research Forum, Campus Gotland
  • Contact person: Joakim Andersson
  • Seminarium

SuHRFs Symposium on "Energy Transition in Heritage Contexts" with reseach teams from the Department of Art History/ Conservation and the Department of Earth Sciences/ Wind Energy at Uppsala University Campus Gotland and the EURAC Research/ Institute for Renewable Energy in Bolzano, Italy.


Uppsala University, Conservation Group
Introduction and overview – Tor Broström

Energy efficiency and built heritage: legal aspects – Mia Geijer
Energy efficiency and heritage values in houses: local and regional policies – Mattias Legnér
Improving energy performance in single family houses from the 20th century – Gustaf Leijonhufvud
Dynamic management of change: understanding relations between energy efficiency and heritage values – Petra Eriksson
Smart control of indoor climate – Gustaf Leijonhufvud/Tor Broström

Uppsala University, Wind Energy Group
Introduction and overview – Stefan Ivanell

Energy transition of islands – policy change imperatives for energy planning and environmental repercussions – Andrew Barney
Gotland’s sustainable energy systems transition: a planning perspective – Gubb Marit Stigson
NEGAF, Negative emission in agriculture, and ELO, Local ownership in transition towards sustainable energy system – Charlotte Flodin

EURAC Research
Introduction and overview – Alexandra Troi

Solutions for energy retrofit of historic buildings:
A heritage and life cycle perspective – Franziska Haas
Window solutions for different types of buildings – Dagmar Exner
Hygrothermal aspects of interior insulation – Marco Larcher
Building integrated photovoltaics – Elena Lucchi

A regional energy model to show the potential and viability – Wolfram Sparber
Social Aspects: how to involve society – Jessica Balest


The symposium takes place via Zoom and at Campus Gotland and is open for all!


Room: E41 Campus Gotland, Visby.