Future of energy-efficient buildings

Buildings are responsible for 35% of greenhouse gas emissions through their final energy consumption. It is, therefore, crucial to focus on energy transition by emphasizing energy efficiency in buildings and the effective use of local energy generation and distribution systems. In addition, energy storage systems can be used to isolate energy consumption and production, thereby increasing self-sufficiency. There is growing pressure to reduce operating and energy costs, stricter decarbonization targets, and increasing demands from building occupants for safer, more comfortable, and healthier environments. Digitalization is emerging as a key solution to address these challenges. By leveraging digital infrastructure, buildings can achieve energy and cost savings, optimize performance to minimize equipment downtime and maintenance, improve the occupant experience, and ensure compliance with regulations and business continuity.

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