The energy transition in the building sector

If the buildings sector represents nearly 40% of energy-related CO2 emissions, according to the 2017 UN report, the potential for emission reduction is significant. 

Indeed, hundreds of millions of tonnes of carbon emissions from housing could be saved by 2050, up to 170 million for G7 countries. This is made possible in part through the development of smart buildings.

Sustainability and energy efficiency in Smart Building

Smart buildings integrate New Information and Communication Technologies into their functioning and rely on Smart grids. Smart grids facilitate the integration of renewable energies into the building network.

This ecosystem optimizes energy consumption through integrated, automated, and remote control of building equipment. 

Ecomesure's air quality monitoring solutions contribute to this energy optimization. One device can monitor up to 6 pollutants (carbon monoxide CO, volatile organic compounds VOCs, carbon dioxide CO2, nitrogen dioxide NO2, Particulate matter PM1, PM2.5, PM10, noise, etc.) and environmental parameters (temperature, humidity, pressure) and be connected to the internet through any communication mode (Wi-Fi, 3/4G, LTE-M, LoRa, etc...) for data management and data access. 

They easily embed into Building Management Systems and can remotely control ventilation systems depending on air quality.  While preserving the inhabitants' comfort, our solutions make it possible to reduce energy expenses. 

Thus, smart buildings can not only improve well-being and comfort but also cut energy bills. If you want to optimize your energy consumption and participate in the integration of clean energy into the grid, you can get free advice from the web platform Hello Watt.


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