Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) at the Centre for Regional Development of the Czech Republic have organized with a cooperation with ABF company and Roofs Prague mission of German entrepreneurs on February crafts fairs, which will take place at PVA EXPO PRAGUE in Letnany.
The main foreign partner of the project is EEN at Dresden Chamber of Trades and Crafts Handwerkskammer Dresden, members of which have a long-term interest in cooperation with Czech crafts firms and suppliers of building materials.
The most important information about passive houses gained viewers of Thursday Breakfast with Nova. Those who missed interesting inputs in the morning, could come to the concurrent fairs FOR PASIV and CESTY DŘEVA (ALL ABOUT WOOD) where are dozens of reputable companies would like to advise them. Outside exposure there is also a possibility to visit specialized lectures. More information on www.forpasiv.cz and www.cestydreva.cz
Pasive house of 2016 people were choosing form the middle of December and until the end of January. Almost five thousand voters (4 815 votes) wanted to participate, quarter of them chose wooden pasive house in Černošice. In competition for the best passive house and highly energy-efficient buildings, either family houses, flats, administrative, new or reconstructed, have participated in total 53 buildings. Public Award was handed over the winner by Director of the State Environmental Fund Petr Valdman.
On Thursday, February 9, 2017 has started the fifth edition of the fair for low-energy, passive and zero-energy buildings FOR PASIV and new edition of the fair CESTY DŘEVA (ALL ABOUT WOOD) focused on cabins, log cabins and prefabricated buildings. The ceremonial bond cut Industry and Trade Minister Jan Mládek together with the Environment Minister Richard Brabec, chairman of the Association of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises of the Czech Republic Karel Havlíček, director of ABF company Tomas Kotrč and the director of the Roofs Prague fair Jitka Šefránková. Visitors could look forward to nearly three hundred interesting expositions in the gross exhibition area of 12 600 square meters and a rich accompanying program. Fair will last until Saturday, February 11. On Thursday and Friday it is open from 10 to 18. On Saturday the action will end at 17. More information about fairs could be found on websites www.forpasiv.cz and www.cestydreva.cz.
Remember to take your children with you to the February trade fairs ALL ABOUT WOOD, FOR PASIV and ROOFS PRAGUE organised at the PVA EXPO PRAGUE in Letňany. Opposite the CAFÉ LETOHRÁDEK in Hall 2, Sector D, they will be able to enjoy the large playing area for the smallest visitors. Parents can have a rest over a cup of good coffee and absorb the information obtained at the trade fair.
The educational programme known as LESNÍ SVĚT (Forest World) will have an extensive exposition in this part of the trade fair as well, and children will have an opportunity of trying interactive wooden aids intended for environmental education and forest pedagogy, such as blackboards, ecological games and aids.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Are you planning construction or renovation of a house? Are you running a firm operating in the field of the wood-processing industry or are you a craftsman? If yes, then please welcome to the Trade Fair of Low-energy, Passive and Zero-energy Building FOR PASIV and simultaneously held Trade Fairs CESTY DŘEVA (ALL ABOUT WOOD) and STŘECHY PRAHA (ROOFS PRAGUE). The trade fairs will be held from 9 to 11 February 2017 at the PVA EXPO PRAGUE Exhibition Centre in Letňany.
The FOR PASIV Trade Fair will introduce all about passive buildings, walled as well as wooden buildings, and an advisory centre is prepared for you as well.
The most suitable constructions for passive houses are those which are able to ensure high-quality insulation capacities at the lowest possible thickness of walls. Selection of the construction material is influenced by construction costs as well as directly by useful characteristics or other advantages of the given type of constructions. As far as the final appearance of the construction is concerned, the selection of the constructional material does not have almost any influence. After the plastering phase it is almost impossible to differ wooden buildings from walled houses and on the other hand, some solid constructions lined with larch wood look as wooden buildings.