Energy Refurbishments

Energy efficiency norms, issued by the European Union following the Kyoto Protocol, have set clear objectives to member countries: a reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emissions by 20% and an increase in the use of renewable energy sources by 20% by 2020. As buildings account for approximately 40% of all energy consumption, and almost 50% of CO2 emissions, the energy renovation of existing properties will play an important role in reaching these goals. Why undertake energy refurbishments?

  1. Because organizations have social and environmental responsibilities
  2. Because consumers continue to migrate towards organizations that demonstrate sustainable behavior towards the environment
  3. Because a reduction in energy consumption means a significant reduction in fixed costs andCO2 emissions, and increased comfort in the workplace
  4. Because energy renovation is still voluntary (for now) and rewarded with tax reductions and financial incentives
  5. Because energy renovation means protecting the value of existing buildings in the property market

We assist organizationsEnergy refurbishments aim to:

  1. Analyze total energy consumption of a building (heating, cooling, lighting, air treatment,
  2. Identify inefficiencies
  3. assess technical and economical feasibility of solutions to improve energy performance
  4. propose solutions that have the best cost-benefit ratio and improve comfort

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