ESI participates in European Project directed at energy saving technologies

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems account for approximately 35% of the total energy consumption in residential and commercial buildings. Although today most of the energy consumed is spent on heating, there is an increasing demand for cooling solutions. The demand is expected to escalate in the coming years due to climate change. To reduce overall energy consumption, the European Commission has identified a compelling need to seek new and innovative technologies able to increase the efficiency of HVAC systems.....

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New technology can save millions in cooling and ventilation

While the majority of the energy consumed in the northern part of Europe is spend on heating, large sums can be saved by enhancing the energy efficiency of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, the so-called HVAC systems. Of the total energy consumed in housing and commercial buildings, 35% is used directly in these HVAC systems. A new EU funded project will create new technologies reducing this massive use of energy......

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Ny nanoteknologi vil markant reducere energiforbruger i ventilations- og kølesystemer i Danmark

HVAC konsumerer ca. 35% af det samlede energiforbrug i beboelses og erhvervs byggeri, men nu skal et nyt EU-støttet projekt skabe nye teknologier, som kan hjælpe med at reducere energiforbruget.....

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