The EU has approved revisions of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, with renovation of existing buildings and the creation of smarter energy systems for new properties being targeted as part of a drive towards zero-emissions buildings by 2050.
The building sector accounts for 40% of Europe’s energy consumption, with three quarters of properties in the continent being classed as inefficient. Therefore, there’s huge potential for improving energy-efficiency in buildings.
Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems are responsible for around 40% of a building’s energy use and should be one of the first areas for building and facilities managers to tackle.
Gibbons HVAC Services is a global air handling system specialist and, via comprehensive energy audits, can identify areas for making efficiency improvements. We cover everything from maintenance to retrofitting and our engineers are experienced at delivering projects to the tightest timescales and overcoming challenges such as awkward access.
We boast an extensive range of state-of-the-art HVAC equipment which, when connected to ABB variable-speed drives, can enable substantial energy savings while providing high performance and reliability.
Meanwhile, our Ultraviolet Solutions division supplies and installs high-output ultraviolet-C (UVC) light disinfection equipment designed specifically for HVAC systems. As well as improving indoor air quality (IAQ), these systems increase HVAC equipment efficiency and can provide return on investment in energy savings within a matter of months.
Find out more about our range of HVAC products and services by calling Andrew Knight on 07850 204 915 or email email@example.com.