One Stop Shop for Energy Efficiency

Improved energy efficiency at scale reduces energy generation needs, delivers greenhouse gas emissions reduction, and decreases costs across the economy.

Energy remains one of the main critical challenges of the future. Stakeholders must choose equilibrium between operational eficacity and sustainable development. Continous energy price increase and scarse resources, energy efficiency – from planning to production – from operations to management, is the first and best solution for business and social applications.

Energy efficiency programs should be developed with a comprehensive understanding of stakeholder s across the supply chain

  • Supporting energy efficiency upgrades for existing buildings
  • Ensuring that new buildings are delivered to high energy standards is important
  • Financial incentives for energy efficiency upgrades to existing commercial buildings
  • Emerging high efficiency technologies, as well as business model innovations
  • Capacity Building of the Stakeholders: Evidence, education and professional training
  • Public Awareness and communication: Providing end-users with relevant energy related information (energy use, lifetime, etc.) is the first step to raising awareness and increasing energy efficiency through behavioral changes, especially in households.

The objective of Smart City Lab is to offer technical and technological solutions to improve services. This objective is fulfilled through a series of measurements and benchmarking steps in order to achieve a holistic analysis approach in all our service lines:

  1. Energy Efficiency – Optimize energy consumption processes and services
  2. Sustainability – Improve energy intensity and reduce energy consumption costs.
  3. Mobility – Improve logistics and connectivity. Increase flexibility and ease the access in sustainable transport
  4. Economic growth – Create added value through optimization of process and services cost.
  5. Inclusive City – Help build a creative and sustainable environment for young professionals and companies focused in the green economy.

Energy-efficiency optimization include both cross-cutting as well as sector-specific measures. However, energy consumers are not always aware of energy-efficiency improvement potentials. Conducting an energy analysis is one of the first steps in identifying these potentials and planning the right funding and investment in new technologies. Even so, many buildings and industrial plants do not have the capacity to conduct an effective energy performance analysi

Usually only limited technical and financial resources for improving energy efficiency are available, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises. The goal from finding these solutions is to decrease the energy intensity of processes and building energy consumption. Our optimization solutions reduce costs by maintaining the same products and services quality and in case of state-of the art measures implementation, increases products quality.