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SmartBuildings - What should the priority be between upgrading existing buildings and smartly building the new built environment?

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SmartBuildings - What should the priority be between upgrading existing buildings and smartly building the new built environment?

What should the priority be between upgrading existing buildings and smartly building the new built environment?

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MarcNezet
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Re: SmartBuildings - What should the priority be between upgrading existing buildings and smartly building the new built environment?

A fully smart building is the combination of smart devices and software , but also an efficient construction and efficient architecture for energy / heating cooling production and a smart connection to the Grid.

 

Upgrading an existing building will only provide a partial solution, but sometimes it can be enough. This needs to be assessed case by case.

 

Marc NEZET
SVP Strategy & Innovation, Energy Management & Secure Power


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