Sustainability through thermally charged buildings
Reduce the cost and carbon footprint of your educational buildings with rechargeable buidlings
How to plan low carbon buildings in 3 Simple Steps using your lean budget
A - Start with
One floor – 5 systems: is your Path of Least Resistance to cost effective climate smart outcomes today.
B - Link to Your HVAC
Heating or cooling delivered via Main Duct “C” through smart floors into the space as required. Temperature controlled by user via wall mounted thermostats to suit their preferences.
C - Use Regular Workers
No new skills or new materials required to link smart floor kits with Ventilation, Heating or Cooling to deliver low carbon building.
How to plan low carbon buildings using lean budget
Track where you money goes with Geothermal systems
Building as a Thermal Battery validated in real buildings elevates performance and profitable outcomes from the start. This transformational innovation that expands outcomes of todays specified materials and creates new operational reliability.
Heating and Cooling reduced
We help you to unlock new way to plan and construct Climate Smart Buildings with smaller Heating and Cooling equipment.
It includes above ground geothermal loops, year-round thermal energy storage and radiant comfort without wet in-floor systems.
Connected to profitable decarbonization
Buildings connected to Thermal Energy Storage (TES) become rechargeable. Desired Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is critical climate smart response to weather situations. In additional, they benefit buildings from energy grid surpluses seamlessly. TES enables frequent and flexible customized digital interactions in energy balancing edge, lower energy, carbon and costs
675,000 sq.ft.Net Positive K-12 school portfolio listed in Guide to Net Zero
How Important to you the following decarbonization issues?
Controlling Financial Losses
2.Implement energy management systems and monitor energy consumption
3.Buildings in auto-pilot mode reduce the need to train building occupants on energy-efficicent practices.
4.Preventative maintenance or repair costs reduced due to fewer moving parts.
5.Need to renewable energy sources reduced by 25%-30%
Control Material Losses
2.Implement waste management strategies (e.g. expand dormant concrete properties to eliminate several carbon intensive mechanical systems)
3.Optimize material waste and usage through efficient design and construction techniques
2.Cost savings through reduced utility bills and maintenance expenses
3.Improved occupant comfort and productivity
4.Enhanced building reputationa nd market value
5.Compliance with environmental regulations and certifications