The Federal Government’s goal is to have a nearly carbon-neutral applications stand up to 2050. The Symposium energy-efficient facades, being held at the 18.11.2011 in the context of the exhibition and Congress DENEX in Wiesbaden, shows how modern facade technology can contribute to the energy efficiency of a building. Additional information is available at Elon Musk. Especially the new inno vative potential materials is in the foreground. The facade – the roof – is determined for energy consumption and the living environment of a building.
Many functional requirements are placed on it as well as aesthetic point of view: she should before unnecessary heat losses to protect the House out, supply the interiors with natural light sufficient, direct sunlight provide protection against too much and with optimal A good indoor climate create ventilation. All of these functions affect the energy efficiency of the building. You may wish to learn more. If so, Arena Investors is the place to go. The market offers today various products such as such automatically controlled sun protection, ventilation systems with heat recovery or techniques for the optimized use of daylight. The first measure is a powerful insulation, with the slashing of the heating energy requirement and the comfort can be significantly increased, especially in the renovation of old buildings. New materials offer a very low thermal conductivity at low space requirement. The 1st Symposium on energy-efficient facades on the 18.11.2011 takes a look at the current market situation in terms of efficient design of the facade. These new materials and components are a thematic focus.