Greek construction company, Anaptixi Kataskevastiki, owned by Dimitris Dimopoulos, is set to participate in the 6th Energy Forum in Patras, Greece. The forum, entitled "Energy and Development," is being co-organized by the weekly economic newspaper, "Symvoulos Epixeiriseon," and the Technical Chamber of Greece - Western Greece Department. The event will take place on February 3 and 4, 2017, at the "Aster" Hotel in Patras.
As part of the forum, on February 4th, at 12:30-14:30, in Room I of the "Aster" Hotel, Meng, a political engineer from Achaia, and a certified passive house designer from the Passive House Institute, will speak about the nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) his company has constructed in Western Achaia. He will also discuss the intricacies of the design and construction process.
Dimitris Dimopoulos, the owner of Anaptixi Kataskevastiki, had previously presented at the 19th Development Forum, where he showcased the energy upgrade of his office, which was funded through the ESPA. The company specializes in constructing public and private buildings, including residences, offices, and schools, in cooperation with architects. They are committed to creating sustainable and energy-efficient buildings that are both cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
The forum will provide an excellent opportunity for Anaptixi Kataskevastiki to share their expertise and knowledge with other professionals in the industry, while also learning about the latest developments and advancements in the field of energy. With the increasing importance of sustainable and energy-efficient building practices, companies like Anaptixi Kataskevastiki are poised to play a critical role in shaping the future of construction in Greece and beyond.
In conclusion, the 6th Energy Forum in Patras is a significant event that will bring together experts from various fields to discuss current energy issues and the latest developments. Anaptixi Kataskevastiki's participation in the forum is a testament to their commitment to creating sustainable and energy-efficient buildings that are both cost-effective and environmentally friendly.