Energy saving plays a key role today in the processes aimed at reducing pollutants and reducing the thermal needs of a building and is becoming increasingly important as the continuous multiplication of energy-intensive users is leading to an unbridled and irrational use of fossil resources, the main antagonists of maintaining sustainable environmental conditions.
Unfortunately, not even the development of renewable energy and nuclear power is managing to meet the huge demand for energy. Many ways are being pursued to curb consumption.
In fact, the energy challenge of recent years has two main objectives: to make the currently available renewable energy technologies more efficient and to be able to equip the structures, already present in the area, with innovative materials that guarantee better performance than those used.
The European Union is turning its interest to a redevelopment of the resources already present in the territory, especially the topic of residential energy saving seems to be one of the most interesting.
We had the pleasure of working with Ing. Jonathan Leoni, and he developed his thesis that can be consulted here.