“…And the Insulation is Perfect: Physics, Ecology and High Performance Enclosures” Oct 24th at AEA West
Lothar Moll, an expert in building enclosure physics, will discuss building enclosure physics, airtight building envelope design, vapor control, energy efficiency, and ecological material concerns.
Information will be tailored to the Pacific Northwest climate zone.
The presentation will take place on October 24th from 3:00 – 5:00 PM at the Association for Energy Affordability‘s West Coast office at 5900 Hollis St., Suite R2, Emeryville, CA 94608.
About the Presenter:
Lothar Moll is CEO of Pro Clima, a German manufacturer of professional products to achieve an airtight building strategy. With a degree in Engineering Wood Technology Study and Industrial Engineering, Mr. Moll established MOLL bauökologische Produkte GmbH, an environmentally focused building product business, in 1979. Additionally, he co-founded the Institute of Building Biology + Ecology Neubeuern (IBN), the first information office about ecological building methods. In 1986 Moll developed the first ecological airtightness system, which was upgraded in 1991 with the first humidity-variable vapor check, later endorsed by The Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics in 1994. This led to the launch of the Pro Clima trademark in 1994 and a full range of professional products to achieve an airtight building strategy. (more…)