Energy Efficiency

Green Building Expo announced conference program


October 14, 2016






October 14, 2016





Organizers of Green Building Expo, that will take place from November 2 to 4 in Belgrade, announced conference program including participants and topics to be presented at the event.

Conference partner is United States Green Building Council (USGBC), organization that develops and manages Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification protocol.

Keynote speakers will be Nadav Malin, president of USGBC, Joseph Crea, USGBC member, and Milutin Folić, Belgrade City architect.

Three days event will also present international green building protocols and examples of good practice.

Agnese Riccetti will speak about BREEAM, Whitney Austin Grey and Marija Golubović will present LEED projects, etc.

Other speakers will present green buildings of their companies: Soren Ryom from Eurofins Denmark, Simone Casette from Michelin, Aleksandar Stevanović from Henkel, Serbia and Pascal Meirsschaert from Firestone.

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