Promotion of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies: Leading You Towards a Sustainable Future.
From June 20th to 22nd, the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is celebrated, also known as European Sustainable Energy Week. This week is an initiative of the European Commission aimed at promoting energy efficiency and renewable energies in the European Union and other countries.
It is the largest annual event dedicated to renewable energies and the efficient use of energy in Europe.
We are aware that we are currently consuming too much energy in almost every aspect of our daily activities, but we may not always be fully aware of all the improvements we can make to reduce this consumption.
At home, we think about using appliances with better energy ratings to consume less energy, switching to LED lighting, but we may not always consider that one of the major energy consumers is the building itself where our apartment is located.
Building Renovation for Improved Energy Efficiency
In France, apartments that consume a significant amount of energy are referred to as “Passoires énergétiques,” meaning energy sieves, and certain restrictions are imposed on them until their energy ratings are improved.
The vast majority of buildings were constructed before the enforcement of the Technical Building Code, so insulation was not taken into account during their construction. Approximately 80% of the real estate portfolio is classified in the E, F, and G categories.
AmatZonia offers a pre-diagnostic service for buildings to initially assess the energy consumption of your building, proposing energy-efficient renovation options to carry out a rehabilitation with Next Generation Funds, with subsidies of up to 80%.
In addition to consuming less energy, we must also consider consuming in a “cleaner” way, which leads us to renewable energies.
Today, there are many alternatives for consuming sustainable energy, both in single-family and multi-family buildings. You can learn about these alternatives in this blog post.
At AmatZonia, we aim to contribute to a more efficient use of energy, not only during this week but throughout the building renovation process. In doing so, we can reduce energy consumption in our homes and ensure that this consumption is cleaner by utilizing sustainable energy sources.
If you want a building that consumes less energy, has cleaner energy sources, increases in value, and helps improve health, all while taking advantage of rehabilitation subsidies of up to 80%, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be delighted to assist you.