energy efficiency

Building Envelop Improvements

This page provides information about energy efficiency measures implemented for commercial, industrial, public and residential buildings with focus on building envelop improvements. 

Building energy improvement measures cut down energy use and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

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Combined Heat and Power (Cogeneration) Systems

Combined heat and power process also known as cogeneration, is the simultaneous production of thermal and electric energy from a single fuel source (oil, gas, biomass, biogas, coal, etc.)

Currently the CHP systems are affordable not only for commercial buildings but also for homeowners.

The CHP engines producing electricity that can be internal combustion or Stirling engines. The micro-CHP installations applicable for residential buildings usually run on propane, natural gas, or even solar energy or biomass.   

Heat Recovery

Heat recovery system is a system that collects and re-uses the heat lost from a process. The process itself could be defined as capture of energy contained in fluids or gases that would otherwise be lost from a facility. The heat recovery system helps to be reduced the energy consumption of the process itself as well as to be provided heat or other type of energy to other processes. 

Technological Processes Improvement and Control

Technological process control equipment, generally manages production processes and prevents any variations in production, or keeps it within set limits. This helps to maintain the required output, its quality and process energy efficiency. The technological process control and improvement can be achieved through installation of controllers, automatic control system, and proper maintenance.

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Energy Efficient Street Lighting

The introduction of energy efficient street lighting is not only a step to reduce the world’s greenhouses gas emissions but also to become more energy efficient. The energy efficient street lighting can help to reduce the energy use by over 60%. The efficient equipment reduces light pollution has a pleasant and good-looking light color.

The following categories for the street lighting are applicable: Street lighting; solar street lighting; Flood Spotlight; Tunnel lighting, billboard lighting. Under those categories, different lighting technologies are currently used:

Energy Efficient Equipment for Industries

The industrial sector consumes more energy than any other sector. Although industrial energy efficiency increased steadily, there are many opportunities for energy savings.

This page provides information about energy efficiency equipment applicable for industrial facilities and equipment  such as, boilers and steam distribution systems, compressed air systems, HVAC systems, lighting systems, pumps, transformers, and a big number of other systems and equipment.

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Energy Efficient Equipment for Buildings

This page provides information about energy efficiency equipment for commercial or public buildings. This equipment typically related to energy efficiency improvements of cooling, ventilating, heating equipment, lighting and other building systems. Requirements to the new energy efficient equipment include average annual energy consumption, energy efficiency, and other. 

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