Scientific Papers






Following our highly productive Symposium of the Canadian Academy of Engineering  "Roadmap to Resilient Ultra-Low Energy Built Environment with Deep Integration of Renewables in 2050", we are pleased to provide the final published proceedings that include the presented papers.

The Symposium is contributing to a more integrated approach to the design and operation of the built environment to target carbon neutrality while achieving resilience, such as to pandemics - COVID19.  The design and operation of the indoor environment is becoming critical for people's health and the economy,  and  it can play a key role in fighting the current and future pandemics, while optimizing the integration of renewable energy sources and smart grids. 

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Many of the projects of SNEBRN were presented at 2016 eSIM Conference available at the link below: