Reducing buildings energy consumption and CO2 emissions while improving the indoor environment and comfort is a priority for ISOVER.
To prove that primary energy consumption due to building services has been reduced and that the feasibility on the use of renewable energy has been studied.
Reducing primary energy consumption due to heating, cooling, lighting, Service Water Heating, ventilation and ancillary systems linked to user comfort, consumption of artificial lighting not related to the visual comfort of users, consumption by electromechanical equipment, using of renewable energy, reducing the primary energy consumption of the refrigeration systems used in refrigerated warehouses.
4.2.1 Reduce primary energy consumption due to heating, cooling, lighting, Service water heating, ventilation and ancillary systems linked to user comfort.
An insulated building consumes up to 80% less energy than an uninsulated one. Over its installed life (usually 50 years), a typical ISOVER glass wool insulation product, 0,32 m2.K/W and thickness of 160mm, can save up to 145 times of the energy consumed and the CO2 emitted in its production, transport, and disposal. The energy balances the switch after 6 months of heating.
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