Energy efficiency has been and will remain the largest contributor to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and is set to account for 40% of reductions by 2050, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
This is why a "community of interest" on energy efficiency was launched at the Movin'On Digital Meetings on Sustainable Mobility. The community led by BNP Paribas aims to bring all kinds of companies together to seek out concrete solutions to accelerate and scale up energy efficiency measures.
Distributed, low-cost, energy efficient technology to enrich and store biogas
Increasing hvac efficiency by measuring and controlling water flow and temperature differences
Empowering renewable energy project developers through the assessment of decentralized energy resources and production systems
An all-in-one solution for on-site renewable power generation and storage
A software-controlled mirror to reflect solar radiation onto a heat exchanger for power generation
A solution for building contemporary, low-energy homes with sustainable and recyclable materials
Data storage systems reducing energy consumption and space utilization
Smarter, healthier, and sustainable buildings through iot sensors, actuators, and fuzzy algorithms