Dr. Simon Jenniches, KREFELD BUSINESS will speak about best practice: Healthy Buildings
Innovation in the building sector in the Dutch-German border region. Healthy buildings combine the advantages of energy and resource efficient, circular buildings with a user friendly approach. This integrated approach covers ecologic, economic, and social dimensions in the building sector. How healthy buildings drive the sustainability transition in the Dutch-German border region and why especially our region is suitable for innovation in the construction industry.
Simon Jenniches studied Economic Geography with a focus on economics and innovation in Aachen and Lorraine and completed his PHD studies on the energy transition at Utrecht University in 2020.
After four years of working in research and policy consulting in the field of sustainable development Simon Jenniches started to work at KREFELD BUSINESSS, the economic promotion agency for the city of Krefeld as an international project manager. His tasks are supporting international enterprises in their internationalization, as well as mostly international projects in the field of economic development and innovation for example in the field of biotechnology or sustainable buildings in the Dutch-German border region.
About this event series
The SURE Eurodelta network is preparing a common project on circular economy in the Eurodelta. In the run-up to this, the network is embarking on a series of ‘meet and learn’ webinars to explore some of the relevant themes.